In recent posts, we’ve been highlighting some of the best restaurants in Paris for your dining pleasure. Of course, listing them is a big challenge in a city like Paris, so renowned for excellent dining choices. It’s an ongoing job.
This week, I want to add to those suggestions with another dining spot that’s high on our list fo the best restaurants in Paris. Today, we add Le Marloe to your list. It’s the sister restaurant of the fine duo at L’Arôme, Eric Martins and Thomas Boullault.
Le Marloe is one gastronomic spot you shouldn’t miss on your next trip to Paris.
Le Marloe is the perfect place to experience the very best in chic Parisian bistro dining. In fact, it’s an excellent example of Parisian bistronomy, the new wave of French cuisine.
Le Marloe, Bistronomy & Elegant French Cuisine
Le Marloe has been pleasing Parisian gourmands for years now with dishes that both respect tradition and celebrate the creativity of its chef.
Discover with every dish a true passion for fine, yet simple cuisine.
In the kitchen is Jérôme Salmagne, former second L’Arôme’s Michelin-starred chef, Thomas Boullault.
Jérôme masterfully spotlights French traditional cuisine, naturally using the very best seasonal produce.
After a short summer break, Le Marloe is re-opening for the new season. And it’s much more than culinary excellence in elegant French cuisine that’s on offer.
The venue has undergone a renewal of its interior decorations, too. Enjoy a new warm and cosy atmosphere, surrounded by the habitual conviviality its Parisian clientele enjoy.
Service is highly professional and relaxing. Focus is on your enjoyment. Every dish, filled with tradition, creativity and passion, is served meticulously and precisely, without pretention.
Le Marloe is well known for it’s truffle dishes. This most rare and valuable ingredient is always featured in season.
It’s also renowned for an exquisite croque-monsieur, rated the “best in Paris” by critics at Le Figaro.
And to complete your fine dining experience in Paris, take a look at this exceptional Michelin-starred experience with Thomas Boullault
Dine at Le Marloe
Address & Contact Details:
10 Rue d’Artois
75008 Paris, France
Telephone: +33 (0) 1 53 76 44 44
See Le Marloe on the map:
Closest Metro Station to Le Marloe
Métro Saint-Philippe-du-Roule (Line 9) or George V (Line 1)
Services at Le Marloe
Of course, Le Marloe is fully air conditioned, offers a valet parking service and free Wifi connections.
There is also a terrace, if you’d prefer to dine outdoors.
Planning a private event? Le Marloe does cater for private functions with a maximum of 45 guests.
Dining hours at Le Marloe
Le Marloe is open from Monday to Friday, offering two services.
Lunch: 12am to 2:30pm
Dinner: 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Le Marloe is closed on weekends.
Do also check out how you can spend time with Michelin-starred chef, Thomas Boullault