L'Oiseau Blanc | Rooftop Restaurant | Michelin-starred
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A First-Class Culinary Journey
In this restaurant, we pay tribute to the adventuresome spirit of two French pioneers of aviation: Charles Nungesser and François Coli, who were the first pilots to attempt a Trans-Atlantic non-stop crossing. The replica of the original aircraft - with a wingspan of 11 meters - is suspended in the air, in full flight bound for the Eiffel Tower.
L’Oiseau Blanc, awarded with one star in the 2020 Michelin Guide, welcomes you on a first-class culinary journey.
In a unique setting on Paris’ rooftops, L'Oiseau Blanc team offers a new menu served exclusively for lunch: "La Table de L’Oiseau Blanc". Available in two or three courses and imagined as a gourmet stopover, this menu reflects the entire philosophy of Chef David Bizet: naturality, regularity and authenticity.
At dinner, guests rediscover L’Oiseau Blanc and set off on a gastronomic journey to discover Chef Bizet’s signature dishes. Served in 6 stops, this gourmet menu unveils exceptional products - including some from the Chef's garden - enhanced by daring combinations of flavors. Chef David Bizet uses his talent to bring emotions to his guests like nowhere else, counting on the expertise of his team in the kitchen and in the dining room. Facing the Eiffel Tower, the experience promises to be unforgettable.
Maximum occupancy: 41 guests
Chic and Elegant
+331 58 12 28 88
Meet the Chef Fresh Talent at L'Oiseau Blanc
L'Oiseau Blanc is thrilled to welcome chef David Bizet to its ranks, where the culinary maestro will flex his creative and culinary prowess refined over years spent in some of France’s top dining destinations. He embarked on his culinary career at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, in Paris. He remained at the hotel for 18 years, eventually taking on the role of Chef at Le V restaurant in 2014, and then of Chef at L’Orangerie restaurant where, in 2017, he was awarded his first Michelin star. In 2018, Chef Bizet moved on to join the team at Paris’s storied Le Taillevent restaurant, where he received his second Michelin star in January 2020.