Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris

Dining

The fine dining experience at Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris can be enjoyed in three different restaurants. At 19.20, a cocktail and culinary memoir bar, the spirit of Paris is combined with elegance and warmth to elevate the art of mixology. The Patio is an invigorating haven of peace in the heart of Paris, a refreshing restaurant surrounded by greenery, ideal to enjoy a lunch, a dinner under the stars, or simply a cocktail. Enthusiastic about beautiful adventures and new experiences, the Prince de Galles is delighted to open a fresh chapter at the end of 2020 with the new Akira Back restaurant, named after the international, Michelin-starred chef who has chosen our Paris hotel as his first European venture.

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Akira Back

Japanese

Michelin-starred chef Akira Back has chosen Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris for the opening of his first restaurant in Europe. Opened in 2022, this unique venue offers modern Japanese cuisine with Korean and international flavors.

Open for Dinner
Bar 19.20

Bar 19.20

French

This cocktail and culinary memoir bar offers, in an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, the opportunity to savor recipes that honor Paris, to discover the realms of cognac and taste some of the very best wines and champagnes from local producers.

Everyday
7:00 AM-12:30 AM
The Patio

Le Patio

International

This elegant courtyard adorned with thousands of mosaics at the very heart of the hotel, is an oasis of tranquility and the ideal hideout for a meal or a refreshing cocktail. Our cabanas offer additional privacy for our guests.

Everyday
7:00 AM-12:30 AM

Prince de Galles Gift Experiences

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The Best Unions of the Century Take Place in the Kitchen

Bar 19.20 offers French culinary delights from breakfast to a late night snack. With 100 years of history behind it, the Prince de Galles takes you on a journey through a century of cuisine that have marked French culture, revived by locally sourced ingredients and a passion for seasonality. Every decade reveals its treasures, forgotten dishes brought back to life in an uncomplicated, simple manner. On the sweet side, the pastry Chef Tristan Rousselot takes his inspiration from the iconic sweet pastries and pays homage to the skills and expertise of French patisserie with his “Miroir” collection. This innovative journey through time also inspired the Tea Time.

Light food arrangements gracefully adorn a plate.
A guest holds a cocktail in a rocks glass garnished with orange peel and a cherry.

French-style Cocktails

The great Parisian events of the century serve as a backdrop for 10 refined signature cocktails. These are balanced and easy-to-drink combinations because great cocktails are always the simplest.

A pair of tall, labeled tasting glasses display different varieties of cognac for tasting.

La Cognathèque

The team set off to explore the great cognac terroirs and came up with ‘La Cognathèque’. Esteemed small producers and private houses are featured on the front page of the Journal du Cognac and tell stories of the authentic cognac houses.

A group of guests seated around a table as a sommelier presents and pours wine.

L’Alcôve

The secluded room hosts 10 people and is specially tailored for epicureans who want to deepen their knowledge of French and Parisian ‘savoir-faire’. Conceived around the idea of experience, excellence, and encounters, tastings are organized with winegrowers and cognac producers, as well as artisan cheese-makers and bakers.

An Extraordinary Chef

A new restaurant will be opening its doors in 2021 at Hotel Prince de Galles. At its helm is Akira Back - an extraordinary, Michelin-starred chef who already manages 16 restaurants around the world. Since his early days, he has been influenced by modern Japanese, Korean and international cuisine taking diners on a delicious journey to discover his own free and individual cuisine in an electrifying atmosphere that deliberately breaks the usual codes of gastronomy. The melting-pot of culinary traditions brings new flavor experiences and wild creativity. He is now bringing his cuisine to Paris for the first time.

Arrangements of delicately rolled hors-d'œuvres.

The Suite Akira

Exclusive and reserved for a privileged few only, The Suite Akira offers up to 21 seats to experience, in complete privacy, the chef's cuisine from up close.

Bowl of delicately assembled bites of food topped with caviar.