In the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, a few steps from Place Victor Hugo, 59 Avenue Raymond Poincaré welcomes the Russian concept with Parisian accents.
Maison Russe showcases luxurious finishes using noble materials. It combines Art Nouveau with a hut (a traditional Russian house built of wood, similar to a chalet), with Tsarist-era decorations, a library, a fireplace, a fabric blanket and bird-shaped fire lamps. This is a real trip to Russia.
The restaurant, directed by Laurent de Gourcuff (Paris Society), combines timeless style with a “Franco-Russian” menu; a bar that, depending on the season, turns into a winter garden; separate dining rooms in complete privacy.
Noble products and shared cuisine take pride of place here, and the menu is refined and refined.
You can, of course, try the traditional smoked salmon and caviar, as well as dishes such as king crab mayonnaise and black truffle pizza.
To continue the tasting, try salmon tartare, avocado, lime or stracciatella, delicately enhanced with the power of bottarga.
Dishes will not leave you indifferent. You will discover an unrivaled salmon pie with its white butter and blue lobster with its casarecces.
For dessert, Maison Russe stays true to tradition with its famous Norwegian citrus omelet.
In addition to the restaurant, Maison Russe includes a shop similar to a jewelry store, offering more than a hundred items of delicacies (caviar, salmon, vodka, tarama, desserts, …), textiles (pajamas, slippers, .. .), dishes.
Maison Russe is more than a restaurant, it’s a way of life.