Located in a district that saw the birth of cinema, Marguerite (one of Paul Bocuse’s brasseries) serves authentic cuisine that blends tradition and modernity, refinement and inventiveness, in the historic setting of the former home of Auguste and Marguerite Lumière (which, by the way, is also a listed historical monument).

In this warm and stylish setting, refurbished by designer Alain Vavro, you may notice references to the Lumière family and Paul Bocuse’s own childhood. It offers a timeless setting in which to enjoy delicious meals, to the sounds of the staff busy at work in the open kitchens.