Explore Paris for the evening with dinner at Piaf. A romantic and extravagant ambiance is the perfect complement to exceptional French cuisine hand-crafted by Chef Mario Soto. Indulge in traditional French favorites accompanied by exceptional wines and unparalleled service in this elegant restaurant, named in honor of French singer, Edith Piaf. For guests 16+.
Experience the art of French cuisine with live music in the romantic surroundings of Piaf. Dramatic curtains of Swarovski crystals and designer lighting create an atmosphere of extravagance. Named in honor of famed French singer Edith Piaf and beautifully decorated in tones of red and black, here you are transported to the Parisian luxury of the 1940s. This enticing restaurant is rated Four Diamond by AAA. Please verify availability with your concierge before making a reservation.
LocationGrand Class Ambiance
Age GroupMinimum age 12 years. Youths ages 12 and over welcome at seatings up to 6:30 p.m. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., guests must be age 16 and over.
HoursOpen from 6 PM - 11 PM
AttireElegant-Casual (collared shirt, trousers and closed footwear for men; dresses, skirts, or evening trousers for women; beach sandals, tank tops and shorts are not permitted).
Chef Mario Soto's unwavering attention to detail and commitment to traditional French cooking methods result in an unforgettable menu at Piaf. Guests can indulge in delicacies like escargots in beef stock, fois gras 8/80, petit roasted duck magret or Bourguignonne-style short ribs. Decadent sweets like chocolate fondant and classic crème brulée offer the finishing touch. A robust wine list complements every meal.
Chef Mario Soto began working at the age of 17 in an industrial cafeteria. At age 19 he arrived at China Grill, located in the Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City. There he met Chef Hugo Sánchez, who polished his basic knowledge in the kitchen. Together with Hugo Sanchez, the Executive Chef of China Grill, a Frenchman named Philippe Steiman, taught him the basics of French cuisine. From that day forward, Soto fell in love with the so-called "mother of gastronomy" and knew that this would be the cuisine to which he would dedicate his life.