You won't find traditional sushi on Hayaku's menu, but you will find a range of original and modern Japanese street food! Located at Samaritaine, this restaurant offers a new type of seasonal culinary experience, inspired by the streets of Osaka.
At Il Grano—meaning "wheat grain"—we love good Italian food and good Italian products! Head to Samaritaine to discover this family restaurant, specializing in fresh pasta, bread and Pinsa Romana, a close relative of the pizza. And it's all homemade!
Eric Kayser orchestrates a "baguette" sequence that's as melodious as it is delicious.
Samaritaine welcomes the iconic French pastry chef and chocolatier.
Under the glass roof, Voyage, is a real destination: bar, restaurant, and unexpected and festive entertainment space.
This stylish space is an extension of the Brûlerie des Gobelins – an iconic Parisian roastery since 1957. LE ZINC, with its genuine "Parisian café" atmosphere, can be found within the La Samaritaine department store.