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Dinner at the terrace in a nice summer evening surrounded by beautiful gardens under a blue sky. Delicious menu with fresh ingredients, wonderful drinks, great wine list. Location exceptional. Service exquisite. This is it.
We went to this famous members club to celebrate our friends marriage. It was a lovely warm evening so the restaurant has moved outside to the amazing gardens. The service and food were very attentive. We had to use all the French we knew and...More
If you can get access to this private club, RUN don’t walk ! Set in a beautiful building, steps from Élysée Palace, you will feel like the French president. The decorations are stately and elegant, the gardens are serene and welcoming. Everyone is gracious and...More
As a reciprocal member from London, this is one of the main reasons I visit Paris.
The staff are extremely friendly but maintain their professionalism. I had dinner here recently and the chef takes great pride to make sure he varies the menu frequently -...More
Wonderful Club, superb welcome snd very friendly attentive and charming staff. The Bar was a real treat with a great ambiance and exquisite furnishings. Prices very reasonable and the attention to detail impeccable.
As good as it gets, beautiful building with classic Napoleon III decoration, best Paris location, ample spaces, incredibly wonderful interior garden, exquisite treatment and service, fantastic food, very complete wine list, and extremely inexpensive. What else to ask for?
One must be a member, or have reciprocal privileges with another private club, to dine at Cercle d'Union Interallies. But once inside, you are encompassed in a world of old world sophistication and elegance. Located on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honorè in the heart of...More
In paris for a family function we had a sort of brunch at my brother's club. it s a private club so obviously not open to the general public.
very polite and present staff. food displayed in a buffet and quite good at extremely reasonable...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
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We paid £100 per head, but that included a champagne reception, excellent wine with the dinner, and a private room for our party of about 35, and the provision of a cash bar after the formal dinner, access to the gardens... More
We paid £100 per head, but that included a champagne reception, excellent wine with the dinner, and a private room for our party of about 35, and the provision of a cash bar after the formal dinner, access to the gardens etc, all on a Saturday night.