24 Sep 2014 - 12:49 pm

On the second floor of a rather grand 19th century townhouse on 12 Rue de Presbourg, you will find one of Paris’ latest fine dinning additions, the Victoria 1836.  As hospitality entrepreneur Benjamin Patou’s latest venture, the restaurant features sophisticated and contemporary cuisine which can be enjoyed with a view of Arc de Triomphe. 

The grand 19th-century hôtel particulier, designed by Sarah Lavoine, offers another highly elegant and luxurious atmosphere to the Parisian fine dining landscape. The setting is welcoming and features raw materials such as stone, oak, marble that blends beautifully with the loft space.


The menu is spear headed by Chef Alexander Auge who puts his spin on traditional dishes that would intrigue any costumer. Open from breakfast to late dinner, Victoria 1836 boasts cosmopolitan offerings for any time of day.