Odette, your restaurant in Paris Rivoli in the heart of Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf

Are you looking for a restaurant where you are sure to be charmed by the style, the cuisine and the quality? If there is no shortage of addresses in Paris, there is no need to risk being disappointed since you have Odette, the restaurant in Paris Rivoli at Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf. Freshness, atmosphere, quality, decor, reputation of the chef, everything is there.

An urban inn in Paris in the 1st district

An urban inn, that's how Odette, the restaurant in Paris Rivoli of Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf, presents itself. Behind this expression lies the entire philosophy of the establishment. First of all, it is about fresh products, from short circuits, from the season and from producers in the Paris region. This restaurant near the Pont-Neuf even pushes the experiment of a quality production to the point of proposing baskets of seasonal vegetables, on order, composed from the same producers as those of the restaurant. The structure of the menu also plays on the theme of the urban inn, with so-called local dishes, recipes like those of home, or dishes that can be shared with others. Conviviality, among many other words that define this restaurant in Paris Rivoli, takes a particular importance here.

A Michelin-awarded restaurant near Rivoli

Odette is a restaurant held by the Rostang family in Paris , one of the great families of French gastronomy. For six generations now, the Rostangs in Paris have been expressing their know-how and creativity. This has earned them a Michelin award for Odette (1 plate), as well as 2 stars for the reference restaurant, Maison Rostang in the 17th arrondissement. Odette, your restaurant in Paris Rivoli, is also a place with a very elaborate atmosphere, where you can find both the codes of the bistro and the inn, while adding an artistic touch specific to the personality of Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf. The best proof of this stylistic research is the huge bench designed as a tribute to the ephemeral work of Christo during the Pont-Neuf's runaway success in 1985.

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