Traditional French cuisine
Le Grand Colbert, taken from the name of Louis XIV’s famous minister, a well versed man on French cuisine in which some dishes still refer to his celebrity, is situated in the heart of the 2nd district in Paris which borders the Palais Royal gardens, la Place des Victoires, the Stock Exchange and well known theatres such as Les Bouffes Parisiens, La Michodière as well as Le Theatre des Variétés, Palais Royal and many others.
You will find in the large room an architectural column which is quite impressive, walls as high as 6 meters, relics and sculpted pillars. You can also admire Pompeian style paintings of which there are very few examples in Paris. The mosaique floor, exactly like the one in the Galerie Vivienne, is worth admiring. Le Grand Colbert has now been listed as an historic monument.
Le Grand Colbert offers classic and modern dishes, the menu offers a wide range of specialties of French cuisine.