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Il Carpaccio



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Il Carpaccio, the destination for Italian gastronomy in Paris

  • Gastronomic cuisine

  • Italian specialities

  • Exceptional setting

  • Local produce

In a décor reminiscent of Sicily, discover Italian gastronomy prepared and served in a convivial setting. Inspired by the greatest transalpine chefs, our culinary team revisits the essential classics and sends your taste buds on a journey to the Bel Paese.

A little jaunt to Lombardy reveals the essence of Il Carpaccio. Brusaporto is home to the three-starred Da Vittorio, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. Its exceptional chefs collaborated with our own Oliver Piras and Alessandra Del Favero, who met while working at Da Vittorio, to create the exclusive menu found at our table.

Whether you wish to try the Milanese-style orecchia di elefante (an enormous veal escalope the size of an elephant's ear!) or our pasta dish paccheri alla Vittorio, you will discover the great Italian classics at Il Carpaccio. The distinct flavours of this exceptional gastronomy are enhanced by superior ingredients sourced from the transalpine region. Pastry Chef Yazid Ichemrahen has created a dessert menu for that gives pride of place to transalpine products, while defying expectations.

In the elegant Sicilian Baroque setting replicated in the heart of Paris, you will adore the chic conviviality of the dining room as well as our team's tableside cooking. In season, spend some time in the garden terrace designed by the inimitable Philippe Starck. Here you can enjoy lunch or dinner while sitting around a soothing outdoor pool.

Il Carpaccio, Italy in all its glory

Renaissance art and a renowned recipe

The restaurant is named after Vittore Carpaccio, the Italian Renaissance painter whose colourful tableaux inspired the creation of the famous dish made of thinly sliced raw beef. Thus, Il Carpaccio pays homage to the artist and the speciality!


"Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5, based on 198 reviews"

  • Mel Vanilla

    4 stars out of 5

    4 days ago

    (Translated by Google) Despite the delay we had, we were very well received. Nice place. Small room with very geometric decoration and pastel colors. Beautiful view of the hotel's outdoor patio. We really liked the truffle carpaccio which was exceptional. The other dishes on the tasting menu were also very good. However, the downside to the two desserts I had, the first, with hibiscus, is a question of taste. I hate hibiscus so obviously I didn't like it. They were kind enough to bring me another dessert instead (small ball of pistachio ice cream) even though I told them that it wasn't worth it but it was very nice and the ice cream was good. The second dessert was the tiramisu, what a disappointment, does not resemble the classic tiramisu, the coffee is too strong (unanimous opinion of the table while some were coffee lovers), too much cream for little biscuit... In short. Maybe we shouldn't call it tiramisu? The little desserts (cannello?) cream pastries were delicious. The pastry chef brought us a specially lactose-free one which they managed to make on the spot and we really appreciated it. We were happy to see her because we had seen her on TV a few weeks earlier, we pointed it out to her but either she didn't appreciate it or she was very embarrassed because she stopped smiling and told us "well, good tasting" and left. Damage. But she is very talented.
    The wine pairing wines were very good, especially the 20 year old port.

    I don't know why this restaurant is said to be the best Italian in the world because of course the chef is Italian, the waiters too, the music too, the influences in the dishes are undeniably Italian, on the other hand... We don't we don't really find the typical Italian dishes. It's a very good restaurant, but not the best Italian in the world (at least not the classic Italian cuisine that you can find in Italy). Best gourmet restaurant with Italian influences: Yes :)

    Thank you to the servers for their humor, relaxed side and kindness. In my opinion, the service still deserves a little improvement for a starred restaurant.

    Malgré le retard que nous avons eu nous avons été très bien reçus. Bel endroit. Petite salle à la décoration très géométrique et aux coloris pastels. Belle vue sur le patio extérieur de l'hôtel. Nous avons beaucoup aimé le carpaccio à la truffe qui est exceptionnel. Les autres plats du menu dégustation étaient également très bons. Toutefois, bémol sur les deux desserts que j'ai eu, le premier, à l'hibiscus, c'est une question de goût. Je déteste l'hibiscus donc évidemment je n'ai pas aimé. Ils ont eu la gentillesse de m'apporter un autre dessert a la place (petite boule de glace pistache) alors que je leur avais dit que ce n'était pas là peine mais c'était très appréciable et la glace était bonne. Le deuxieme dessert était le tiramisu, quelle déception, ne ressemble pas au tiramisu classique, le café est trop fort (avis unanime de la table alors que certains étaient des amateurs de café), trop de crème pour peu de biscuit... Bref. Peut être ne faut il pas l'appeler tiramisu ? Les petits desserts (cannello?) viennoiserie à la crème étaient succulents. La pâtissière nous en a ramené un spécialement sans lactose qu'ils ont réussi à faire à la minute et nous avons beaucoup apprécié. Nous avons été contents de la voir car nous l'avions vu à la télé qques semaines plus tôt, nous lui avons fait remarqué mais soit elle n'a pas apprécié, soit elle était très gêné, car elle s'est arrêtée de sourire et nous a dit "bon bah bonne dégustation" et a filé. Dommage. Mais elle est très douée.
    Les vins de l'accord mets et vins étaient très bons, surtout le porto vieux de 20 ans.

    Je ne sais pas pourquoi on dit de ce restaurant qu'il est le meilleur italien du monde car certes le chef est italien, les serveurs également, la musique aussi, les influences dans les plats sont incontestablement italiennes, en revanche... Nous ne retrouvons pas vraiment les plats typiques italiens. C'est un très bon restaurant, mais pas le meilleur italien du monde (en tt cas pas la cuisine italienne classique que l'on peut trouver en Italie). Meilleur restaurant gastronomiques aux influences italiennes : Oui :)

    Merci aux serveurs pour leur humour leur côté décontracté et leur gentillesse. À mon goût le service mériterait malgré tout une petite amélioration pour un étoilé.


    5 stars out of 5

    4 days ago

    (Translated by Google) Magnificent welcome, top service, presentation of dishes and their qualities!
    Real Italy in the heart of Paris
    Special mention to the chefs for their kindness
    Top waitresses and waiters! ✅🇮🇹

    Magnifique accueil, service top présentations des plats et leurs qualités !
    L’italie la vraie en plein Paris
    Mention spéciale aux chefs pour leurs gentillesses
    Serveuses et serveurs top ! ✅🇮🇹


    5 stars out of 5

    1 week ago

    (Translated by Google) Very beautiful starred restaurant in the heart of this beautiful Royal Monceau Raffles house..delicious Italian cuisine, very friendly and extremely professional chefs and staff..a beautiful address..we understand better why it is voted the best Italian restaurant in the world outside of 'Italy..Jm & S BOUET

    Très beau restaurant étoilé au cœur de cette belle maison Royal Monceau Raffles..cuisine italienne délicieuse ,chefs et personnel très sympathiques et extrêmement professionnels..une belle adresse..on comprend mieux pourquoi il est élu meilleur restaurant italien au monde en dehors de l'Italie..Jm & S BOUET

  • Adrian Paul Cartoni

    2 stars out of 5

    1 week ago

    Very bad service! One of the waiters spilled red wine on my white jacket and didn't even apologize. They brought us wrong dish and again acted like it's not a big deal. And when they brought our check the wrong item was added! Double check your bill before paying! Plus the portions are tiny, their sauces are too heavy. I've had better Italian food in Paris. Any other hotel nearby, like Bulgari or Four Seasons.

Location & Contact


37 Avenue Hoche
Paris 75008

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:00 - 14:30, 19:00 - 22:30
Wednesday 12:00 - 14:30, 19:00 - 22:30
Thursday 12:00 - 14:30, 19:00 - 22:30
Friday 12:00 - 14:30, 19:00 - 22:30
Saturday 19:00 - 22:30
Sunday Closed

Restaurant location


  • Non Smoking Area

  • Credit card

  • Other payment options

  • Wheelchair access

  • Free Wireless internet (WiFi)

  • Parking

  • Booster Seats available (for Baby)

  • Reservation recommended

  • Air conditioning

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