Robinet d'Or The overhead light that emerges from the glass roof invites you to discover, under the sky of Paris, a menu that combines seasonal flavors and traditional French dishes.
The industrial spirit
Robinet d'Or The Robinet d'Or hotel is not just a hotel restaurant! Already in the 1930s, it was a tap factory with an uninterrupted rate. A story that endures in the decoration of the place.
Robinet d'Or In a pretty blue and stone decor, you can have lunch, dinner, but also brunch or simply come and sip a delicious homemade cocktail.
Robinet d'Or Spiced up with an atypical and offbeat decoration, the hotel restaurant Le Robinet d'or offers a second life bathed in elegance and character.
Robinet d'Or Here the cement tile floor is next to a superb green wall and a Formica bar. A successful mixture of styles for a character decoration.
The little extra that makes the difference
Robinet d'Or In fine weather, the chef offers picnic baskets to take full advantage of the sun and settle down by the Canal Saint Martin.
Robinet d'Or The renovation of the place was orchestrated by the Cabinet Laurent Moreau. For the rooms, it was chosen to recreate a British spirit, a bit offbeat.
Robinet d'Or The "standard" rooms also consist of a small living room which skillfully mixes the Art Deco spirit with the industrial style.
Golden Faucet The spirit of the 1930s takes over in the decoration of bathrooms with chrome fittings, the famous metro tiles, vintage mirrors and Art Deco-style lighting.