Client Access

Good Tables / Discretion

The elegant and refined dishes of Thierry Vaissière

The venue has a long history: La Maison de l’Amérique Latine was inaugurated in 1946 by Charles de Gaulle to strengthen the relations between France and the twenty countries that make up Latin America. The buildings are older still: two adjoined private mansions built at the start of the 18th Century, the Hôtel de Varengeville and the Hôtel Amelot de Gournay that open onto a two hectare formal French garden. Meetings, seminars, conferences, exhibitions and receptions are organised by the association that manages the Maison.
For a long time it was exclusively available to members, but that changed about fifteen years ago. Everyone is now welcome. Spread the word. Non-members are simply required to pay a single euro extra on their restaurant bill; a symbolic entrance fee. (...)