Café de Paris Monte-Carlo, the legendary brasserie on the Place du Casino, has reopened its doors this week (14 November) after a major renovation.
An iconic Monaco landmark that has been operating since 1863, it now has three levels, two for the Café de Paris brasserie and one for the forthcoming Amazonico Monte-Carlo.
On the ground floor, the brasserie features an Art nouveau setting, with restored historic stained-glass windows, chequered marble, terrazzo mosaics, leather and wood panelling, and a high ceiling.
Upstairs has a more elegant, hushed atmosphere marked by warm tones, parquet flooring and a terrace offering views of the Place du Casino, the Casino de Monte-Carlo and Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo.
Headed up by chef Victor Marion, the menu features essential dishes from the Café’s gastronomic heritage: French onion soup, leeks with sauce gribiche, pâté en croute, eggs mayonnaise with a touch of caviar, millefeuille monté minute, and Crêpe Suzette.
By spring 2024, the boutiques that line the building, including Chopard, Arije, Tag Heuer and Tiffany & Co, will have opened their doors, along with the Amazonico Monte-Carlo restaurant which will take up residence on the rooftop.
This Brazilian concept, well-known internationally, with outlets in Madrid, Dubai, and London, will offer customers and groups an extraordinary culinary and musical experience inspired by the Amazon rainforest.