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Disznókő Tokaji Aszú to be Served at Yannick Alléno’s Historic Dinner at Pavillon Ledoyen

Founded in 1792, the Pavillon Ledoyen, a prestigious Parisian establishment, will offer a unique culinary experience at its Michelin-starred restaurant, Alléno Paris, at the end of this month. This event will feature a historical menu with tailor-made stories, providing an unforgettable evening of haute gastronomy and intriguing anecdotes.

A Rich History and Culinary Excellence

Pavillon Ledoyen

Over 232 years, the Pavillon Ledoyen has transformed from a modest inn on the edge of the Champs-Elysées to a three Michelin-starred establishment. The Alléno Paris restaurant, launched just ten years ago, continues this legacy of excellence.

To celebrate this decade of collaboration, Chef Yannick Alléno has designed a special dinner featuring period dishes reinterpreted in a contemporary style. This initiative will be showcased during an exclusive evening with journalist Stéphane Bern as the guest of honor. Known for his deep knowledge of French heritage, Bern will preside over the dinner and enrich the service with captivating anecdotes about the historic venue, whose dining room is listed as a Historic Monument.

A Prestigious Wine Selection

Disznókő Tokaji Aszú 5 Puttonyos

We are particularly honored that Disznókő Tokaji Aszú 5 Puttonyos was selected to complement Chef Alléno’s historic menu. Having our wine featured at such a prestigious event underscores our commitment to excellence and our shared passion for extraordinary dining experiences.

The Historic Dinner Menu

Chef Yannick Alléno


  • Egg froufrou with Osciètre Prunier caviar
  • Poached Guilvinec damsels in a meadow green sauce

Main Course:

  • Grilled turbot with marrow and chanterelle mushrooms
  • Chateaubriand of Wagyu beef, Solferino sauce, and matchstick potatoes


  • Savarin with white rum, silky whipped cream with galabé sugar

Accompanying Wines:

  • Billecart-Salmon ‘Brut sous bois’ Champagne
  • Pouilly Fumé ‘Léon’, Domaine Jonathan Didier Pabiot 2020
  • Vougeot premier cru ‘Le Clos Blanc’, Domaine de la Vougeraie 2017
  • Saint-Julien, Château Beychevelle grand cru classé 2011
  • Disznókő Tokaji Aszú 5 Puttonyos 2013

An Exclusive Experience

In an era where exclusivity is a crucial driver for luxury consumers, this exceptional dinner will be offered to a limited number of guests on May 29, subject to reservation. Join us for this unique celebration at Pavillon Ledoyen, where history, art, and gastronomy converge to create an unforgettable experience.

In addition to Alléno Paris, the Pavillon Ledoyen is home to two other restaurants: the Pavyllon gourmet bar and the L’Abysse sushi bar. With a total of six Michelin stars, the Pavillon Ledoyen stands out as the most-starred independent establishment in the world.