The apostrophe "s" added to its name made Fouquet's café, initially a meeting place for coachmen in the late 1900s, one of the most famous places in the world! The café embodies the spirit of the Parisian brasserie whose taste for festivity sparked off at the beginnings of the silver screen by Maurice Chevalier, Raimu, Georges Simenon and later Orson Welles and Jeanne Moreau who held the reins of shows such as Joséphine Baker, and later on Liza Minelli. Today, other artists figure on the credits of this constantly renewed history that is added to by each day and each party.
A lively institution can be felt in the Parisian air. The brasserie spirit of Fouquet's is the image of the Champs Elysées. Luxury is not just an appearance here. It is in the truth, the attention and the discreete expertise of those who welcome you.
For over a century, this warm, international location is home to the worlds of business, films, Arts and culture. In addition to the historical restaurant, why not enjoy the terrace on the Champs-Elysées at the legendary Escadrille bar.