From Paris to New-Orleans
For this first London opus, Paris Society takes over a famous townhouse in the heart of Convent Garden at 13-15 West Street.
Drawing on several eras, Louie is a tribute to two key figures in the history of New Orleans and France: Louis XIV, and Louis Armstrong the famous jazz musician. It is also an obvious nod to Louisiana.
A setting that draws on the energy of New Orleans combined with the sensibility of London, the rhythm of New York, the elegance of Paris and the celebration of tradition.
On the food side, the menu flirts with classic French gastronomy, revisited Creole dishes from New Orleans and the culinary heritage of New York. Among the dishes, there are already some must-tries: the "deconstructed" oysters Rockefeller, the grilled lobster in New Orleans, and the banana rum baba.
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