There is a lot to say about Lucas Carton. From 1860, under the name Taverne de France, he ruled all of Paris towards this building, built in 1839. In 1880 it was renamed Lucas. It got its final name when Francis Carton bought it in 1924. It already had its present appearance, decorated with Majorelle. at the end of the 19th century. In the shadow of the Madeleine Church, among the woodwork and lemon and sycamore, on the Corian tables of the 1960s, we experience a timeless moment.
The history of this iconic restaurant in Place de la Madeleine continues. The chef knows how to make the best of the finest ingredients. Particularly noteworthy are vegetables from small producers and its combination of sour and bitter flavors. Well balanced dishes that convey a unique Mediterranean spirit.