Secret places

The Ritz Paris does not reveal all of its secrets at first glance.

A giant among greats, the hotel continues its legendary destiny by cultivating a unique sensibility for presentation and surprise.

For this reason it keeps certain places confidential, which seem to spring to life as if by magic with a little help from Chef Nicolas Sale.

Salon Auguste Escoffier

Culinary history in the making

In this private dining room with a sublime Napoleonic décor, the Ritz Paris pays tribute to its first chef and, above all, offers the privilege of enjoying cuisine by the two-star chef Nicolas Sale in complete privacy. A large, round table with a view over the glass roof of L'Espadon welcomes up to 12 guests for a memorable gastronomic adventure.  

La place des cuisiniers

A very private event

An impromptu dining experience in the very heart of the kitchens, this table promises a moment to remember that’s both timeless and unconventional. Witness a culinary ballet performed by one of the most prestigious brigades in French gastronomy led by a maestro, the twice-starred chef Nicolas Sale.  A table for two or several guests, in a setting that by turns may be intimate or ideal for celebrating a professional milestone. It’s also entirely possible that Chef may serve guests himself and join in the festivities for a gift such as this.

L’École Ritz Escoffier

A theater for gastronomy

A symbol of excellence and savoir-faire that’s unique in the world: the Ecole Ritz Escoffier doesn’t just offer simple classes and cooking workshops inside a Parisian institution. It also presents an opportunity to sit down and share a gastronomic moment that’s as close to the action you can get in Chef Nicolas Sale's kitchens. There’s even a chance to put on an apron and play apprentice.