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Emporio Armani Caffè & Armani Ristorante

+33 1 45486215

For more info, please contact:
emporioarmanicaffe@mbparis.fr

Our delivery and takeaway services are available to enjoy our signature dishes in the comfort of your own home.
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To consult the opening days and hours of the restaurant and café, please refer to the Emporio Armani Caffè Paris website

RESTAURANT

7 PLACE DU QUÉBEC
75006 PARIS, FRANCE

CAFFÈ

149, BLVD. ST.GERMAIN
75006 PARIS, FRANCE

Welcome to the Emporio Armani Caffè & Armani/Ristorante in Paris

Located in the heart of the iconic Rive Gauche, one of the liveliest districts in Paris, the ground floor of the space plays host to the café with seating area and a spacious veranda open all year round, while on the first floor there is a Michelin-starred restaurant and a lounge area.

PARIS

ARMANI/RISTORANTE PARIS RECEIVES ITS FIRST MICHELIN STAR

At the beginning of February, the Armani/Ristorante in Paris was awarded its first star by the Michelin Guide France in their newly-released 2018 list. Since being fully renovated in 2016, Chef Massimo Tringali has brought a touch of Italian flair to the Paris food scene while at the helm of the Armani/Ristorante, located in the heart of the city’s Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF

MASSIMO TRINGALI

Massimo Tringali is a Sicilian-born Michelin-starred chef who has worked at Emporio Armani Caffè & Ristorante in Paris since 2016. After spending five years at a hospitality school in Sicily, where he learned to work in the dining room and kitchen, he left his homeland in 2001 to head to Paris. At the time he was only 21 years old. There he became head chef at the Mona Lisa hotel, rue de la Boétie. After two years, he joined the 'Carpaccio' team at the prestigious Royal Monceau. The restaurant had just received its first Michelin star. He then worked for many years alongside the chef at the Royal Monceau, who took him to Porto Vecchio, Corsica, to the Casa del Mare—where he obtained his first star—and then returned to Italy where he remained for ten years. In 2016, he met Massimo Mori, owner of Emporio Armani Caffè & Mori Venice Bar in Paris. Two years after his arrival, chef Massimo Tringali's work was honoured with his 1st star in the Michelin Guide.

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