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Restaurant Laurent

41, Avenue Gabriel 75008 Paris


20, rue d'Artois 75008 Paris

Riviera Paris

20, rue d'Artois 75008 Paris

Le Divellec

18, rue Fabert 75007 Paris

La Table de la Ferme

Vallée de l'Ortolo 20100 Sartène


28, place des Vosges 75003 Paris

Mathieu Pacaud

180, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008 Paris



Let us take you through the expertise of a
Michelin starred chef for your private and
company events such as cocktail and dinner...
We offer tailored support to produce unique
moments you wil never forget.


Contact : presse@mathieu-pacaud-com


Being immersed from his birth (1981) in the world of fine gastronomy, Mathieu Pacaud started his career at 15 years old with Benoît Guichard (former of Robuchon), then he joined Eric Briffard's team at the Plaza Athénée. Later, he went to Lebanon where he became chef of several restaurants before coming back in 2003 at L'Ambroisie, beside his father, Bernard Pacaud. He held every position in the kitchen and became head chef at 28 years old. In the heart of this beautiful place (three Michelin star) he soaked the excellence up forever.

In 2015, Mathieu Pacaud opened his first restaurants Hexagone and Histoires, both at the same place, near Trocadéro in Paris. A year after, the two restaurants were rewarded with: one Michelin star at Hexagone where the chef revisits with style the classics of French cuisine, and two Michelin stars at Histoires, his culinary laboratory where he experiments new techniques.

Looking for new challenges, Mathieu Pacaud revived at the end of 2016 an institution as the famous restaurant Divellec. He gave a new breath to sea cooking and a strong boost on the design with renowned architects studio KO. The audacity of the chef was rewarded by one Michelin star only 6 months after its opening.

In addition of his Parisian adventures, the chef went back to his Corsican roots and opened an outstanding restaurant during summer season in the heart of Domaine de Murtoli. His desire is to enhance local products in a sumptuous environment.

Starting the year 2018, Mathieu Pacaud decided to focus on his latest acquisition, the mythical Apicius restaurant, nested in a mansion house near Champs Elysées. The design was fully reviewed by François-Joseph Graf.

Since May, he is also elaborating the menu of restaurant Anne, a green oasis at the Pavillon de la Reine hotel, on Place des Vosges in Paris.

Released at the end of 2018, Mathieu Pacaud's cookbook defines a turning point in his career, consisting of 350 of his restaurants' best recipes, added with some exclusive creations over 800 pages.

Since then, Mathieu Pacaud has transformed restaurant Apicius' garden into a luxury jungle where you can either dine at the gastronomic restaurant or have a glass of wine and a grilled lobster at the outdoor bar.