The Renoma Café Gallery is not just a restaurant, it is a hub of social activity, part art gallery, part boutique and part fine dining establishment. Managed by “the grandson of Alain Bernardin, founder of the Crazy Horse,” Alfred Bernardin has brought a whole new lease of life to the Renoma Café Gallery with delectable and diverse cuisine presented to you in a cozy, urban atmosphere, and décor featuring New York street art. Ideally located between avenue George V and rue Pierre Charron, the Renoma Café Gallery can accommodate up to 170 guests, with 56 on the terrace.
Either have a drink, organize a business lunch or enjoy a romantic dinner… any time is the right time to head to the Renoma Café Gallery.
During happy hour,choosing a drink from the cocktail menu becomes increasingly difficult, as each drink looks more enticing than the last! Cosmopolitan, Trucula Bonbon (absolut vodka, basil, strawberry,vanilla cane sugar), Sunny Paradis (beefeater gin, cointreau, cane sugar, cranberry juice, ginger)… these amazing concoctions will help you sit back and unwind whilst chatting among friends. After your cocktail, sample the menu of Olivier Camus de la Guérinière. Traditional French cuisine with an American twist creates an exotic dining experience. All tastes and desires will be satisfied with this original and flavorsome menu, allowing you to rediscover and appreciate certain sophisticated dishes such as the Burrata, tomato confite and olive oil, followed by swordfish with sauce vierge and créole rice. Finish on a sweet note with the famous Philadelphia cheesecake and coulis….A real treat for gourmets and gourmands!
Le Renoma Café Gallery is also a creative space in a contemporary setting, which hosts photography expositions several times a year. Not only this,it also serves as a center of activity for shopping and lounging freely on the antique leather Chesterfield sofas or in vintage chairs from the 1960s. The Renoma Café Gallery is the “arty” spot par excellence, with rooms inspired by the industrial style housing tables d’hôtes and tables d’amoureux.