Michel & Sebastien invite you to discover an extrodinary space with an unforgettable vue of Paris, the glass dome of the Bourse de Commerce and the work of Tadao Ando. Michel & Sebastien offer you a look into their unique cooking style, defined by grains.
On the third floor of the Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection, Michel and Sebastien invite the visitors of the museum and others, to discover from noon to midnight, all year long, a back to basics cooking style, in line with the history of the building, the Halle aux blés of Paris. The personality of the restaurant is amplified not just by the energy eminanting from the kitchen but also by both the interieur & exterior design of the space.
The Halle aux grains is happy to welcome you for three distinct services per day ; lunch, afternoon, and dinner as well. Three services defined by the changing light of the day.
The Restaurant is open to all, not just visitors of the museum. One can easily move from restaurant to museum and vice versa. We recommend making a reservation for lunch and dinner althought walkins are always welcome, we do not take reservation for the afternoon. Should you require further information concerning groups or special events please contact our hostesses for further information directly. Gifts certificates are also available.
From just an idea to breaking ground, the project came to life in just a few short years thanks to the vision and tireless effort of not only Michel and Sebastien, but all of the artists and partners who worked along side them to make this project come to life.
One of the most well knonw and historically significant buildings' of Paris, the Halle aux blés contains today, after three years of renovation, a contemporary art museum which both provokes and inspires at once.