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Named in homage of Napoleon's favourite emblem, the bee, our French gastronomic restaurant, L'Abeille, offers sophisticated cuisine made by Executive Chef Christophe Moret.

In an enchanting atmosphere next to the garden, L'Abeille promises to reveal new emotions in aesthetics and flavours through hallmarks of culinary excellence including exceptional products and technique.


  • Two Michelin-starred restaurant, Michelin Guide
  • Three Toques restaurant, Gault & Millau Guide
  • One of the best tables in Paris, Lebey Guide

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Shang Palace


On 8 September 2011, Europe's first Shang Palace restaurant opened in Paris. In 2012, it was awarded with 1 star in the Michelin Guide.

Originally inspired by Southeast China's culinary traditions, the restaurant offers authentic Chinese cuisine made by Chef Samuel Lee. The venue offers a main room and one private dining room that was named for the Tang dynasty.

Experience a unique culinary journey full of genuine Asian traditions in the heart of Europe.


  • One Michelin-starred restaurant, Michelin Guide
  • Three Toques restaurant, Gault & Millau 

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La Bauhinia


La Bauhinia offers a unique ambience in the heart of the hotel. Inspired by the bauhinia flower, the restaurant is a reminder of Shangri-La Hotels' roots in Asia.

Crowning the restaurant is a stunning glass "cupola" designed by the renowned architect Maurice Gras, which bathes the restaurant in light. 

French and Asian dishes served at La Bauhinia maintain a respect of cultures in their authentic flavours. Enjoy also a grand selection of wines, and experience afternoon tea in the Asian tradition, with delicate pastries and speciality teas.


  • 2 Toques restaurant, Gault et Millau

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    Le Bar Botaniste


    Honouring the favourite pastime of the palace’s original resident, Prince Roland Bonaparte, Le Bar Botaniste celebrates botany with rare botanical spirits and an exquisite atmosphere. Prince Roland, the grandnephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, assembled the world’s largest private plant collection. While Palais d’Iena no longer houses this collection, Le Bar Botaniste has an extensive menu of exclusive cocktail creations and carefully selected liquors. The nature-inspired bar features plants under cloches in each corner, authentic absinthe fountains and new retro-chic uniforms for the staff. 

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