Love it or hate it? Comment this post here. La Fermette Marbeuf
is a renowned restaurant located in the heart of Paris, near the illustrious Champs-Elysees. Created in 1898 by the young architect Émile Hurtré and the artist Jules C. Wielhorski, this stunning Belle Epoque masterpiece remained in the shadows until it was rediscovered in the 1970s, when an extensive restoration work started to unveil intricate mosaics, stained glass windows and majestic gold columns.
But what we see today was not entirely the original work of Hurtré and Wielhorski. In 1982, a Winter garden from Maisons-Laffitte was also rediscovered in Paris and transported, piece by piece, into the restaurant to be merged into the decor.
The exquisite glass roof designed in 1898 by Hubert and Martineau was reassembled inside the space to create what is now a unique homage to French Art Nouveau and a landmark in the official list of historical monuments of the 8th district. A place to enjoy a genuinely French experience.