6 rue Vivienne in Paris used to be a fashion mecca for fashionistas where Jean Paul Gaultier had his studio and boutique. Daroco restaurant is now a trendy Italian Trattoria restaurant that has moved in. French duo Alexandre Giesbert and Julien Ross, who have opened a series of restaurants over the years such as Rocco, Roca, and Rococco, working with architects Olivier Delannoy and Francesca Errico, have transformed the former boutique into a new temple of good traditional Italian food. The high ceilings, uncovered brick walls, blue velvet banquettes, green marble tables are just some of the few details featured in the well executed space. The spirit of Gaultier’s style remains with staff wearing the sailor marinière. Take a look at their menu and you will want to book a table immediately!
TRD: You don’t have to be a fashionista anymore to enter but just a foodie with a good eye.
Did you know: Galerie Vivienne was built in 1823 by architect Jean Francois Delannoy