The Saut de Loup’s spacious terrace, running along Percier and Fontaine’s façade and giving directly onto the Louvre’s Carrousel Gardens, inspired the restaurant’s name.
Accessible via the Arts Décoratifs entrance hall and the Carrousel Gardens and located at the heart of the museum between the Fashion, Advertising and Decorative Arts collections, Le Saut du Loup has one of the most privileged and beautiful restaurant settings in Paris.
Pascal Bernier’s cuisine combines the great classics with more personal, gastronomic creations. With its contrasting savours, the menu surprises by its apparent simplicity, proposing dishes in which creativity and elegance rub shoulders with classicism… And it is this superb culinary cocktail which makes eating at Le Saut du Loup such an unforgettable experience.
Managed by Stanislas Dewynter, chairman of the SDW Group, Le Saut du Loup is an ideal venue for a business lunch, a break between visiting the museum and shopping, or a dinner for two or with friends. The restaurant provides a refined, relaxed, contemporary setting for people eager to discover a masterful blend of dishes and savours...
The interior design
Philippe Boiselier’s sober lines and colours play on contrasts between light and dark to modulate the restaurant’s spaces (on the lower level, the floor is black and the ceiling white). The furniture is an integral part of this spatial construction. Ample black bench seats divide the space on both levels, and innovative use of materials such as Corian and reflected and indirect light softens the volumes and creates a warm atmosphere of discreet luxury.
The service is personalised, friendly and always available!