A well-hidden restaurant tucked away in the 11th arrondissement dishing up cosmopolitan cuisine influenced by the South of France, Spain and Italy.

Located in a historic former distillery with its ornate 19th century façade and at the bottom of a garden you will discover Laïa. In the kitchen is chef Marco Bernardo, a Naples native who has worked at Four Seasons Hotel George V and Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. On the menu, Mediterranean sun-filled cuisine - from choices of crudos to cacio e pepe squid & speciality dishes cooked on a Robata grill - influenced by southern France, Spain and Italy and produce sourced from the rooftop vegetable garden. The Mediterranean-styled dining room features Iberic decor by interior designer Alexandre Neimann with additional seating on the courtyard terrace.