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A top selection from the Michelin Guide

Just a few months after its opening, Le Pavillon managed to enter the excellent list of the Michelin Guide, as a top gastronomic choice for Athens.

For the unique atmosphere of another era

Le Pavillon is housed in an authentic detached house in Chalandri in the 1940s, one of those that no longer exist as an architectural heritage site and was selected as the luxury gastronomic retreat of award-winning French chef Jean Charles Métayer. The space contains the essence of another era adapted to the requirements of modern design and gastronomy. The furniture is made of Greek oak wood and Dionysos gray marble, while the walls in the halls of the restaurant are decorated with works by the artist Mary Rousioti. The lush garden that embraces the house is open from Spring to Autumn.

For the menu of the award-winning chef Jean-Charles Métayer

Jean-Charles Métayer grew up in western France, in a restaurant family. He has lived in Greece for 20 years. Le Pavillon's menu represents everything that Jean-Charles Métayer gastronomically stands for. His passion for fish dominates and his love for the top ingredients, without many interventions and with the criterion of selection being seasonality, lead him to create a menu with a Mediterranean temperament and French techniques.


Le Pavillon is the new restaurant of the award-winning chef Jean-Charles Métayer in Chalandri at 31 Perikleous Street. , businessman Angelo Contarato. An authentic detached house in Chalandri of the 1940s, from those that no longer exist as an architectural heritage, in an area that has become accustomed to obeying the modernizing movement of the apartment buildings that flood it, was chosen as the new luxurious but affordable gastronomic refuge. The 15 handmade tables of the restaurant were created from Greek oak wood and gray marble of Dionysus, harmoniously marrying the two Greek materials, while the ornate reception table made of dark Tinian marble welcomes visitors. A modern minimalist chandelier by the famous British designer Tom Dixon was placed on the table. The chandelier was the choice of chef Jean Charles Métayer himself, as it "reminds" him of his favorite kitchen tool, the fouet! The works are approached with two points of reference, the "modern nature" and the concept of "random". Le Pavillon's menu represents all that is gastronomically represented by Jean-Charles Métayer, the essence of his 20-year career in the top cuisines of Greece, France, Switzerland and England. As he characteristically says: "In Le Pavillon I combine the two homelands of my life, France and Greece but also my own two seas, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean and I create with my hand, my mind and my heart, what my places, facts and wanderings taught me. "

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According to the new measures, customers with a vaccination certificate and a disease certificate are served indoors. There are heaters for the outdoor area and molecular (PCR) or rapid test is required.

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31 Perikleous St. Chalandri

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Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday 19:00 - 01:00
Closed on Monday

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Cost per person

51€ and more

Payment Methods

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