La Table de L'Espadon

The setting of La Table de L'Espadon is sumptuous and its gastronomy a unique experience orchestrated with finesse and delicacy. Like art, the two stars menu it offers represents an endless quest. 

Reopening date to be announced shortly.

La Table de L'Espadon**

La Table de L’Espadon

Our Michelin two-star restaurant.

Unforgettable dining, in a décor to match. The twice-starred cuisine is framed by elements worthy of France’s Grand Siècle, with a magnificent painted ceiling, moldings and gilt work. A monumental floral composition and chandelier in fine Bohemian crystal, wall lights in Murano glass, dishware by Haviland decorated with an exclusive imperial motif, and crystal centerpieces by Daum play supporting roles in a beautiful exercise in texture and contrast as the Chef delivers his highly personal interpretation of French cuisine.

Reopening date to be announced shortly.

Collared shirts and jackets required.

Once upon a time

Two friends

Ernest Hemingway and Charles Ritz, both accomplished fly- and deep-sea fishermen.

When he inaugurated the hotel's new restaurant, in 1956, Ritz named it L'Espadon in reference to the two friends’ shared passion and to Hemingway’s "The Old Man and the Sea", a novel published four years earlier.