Traditional french restaurant in Neuilly
Sébillon was founded in 1914 by Charles Sébillon in Neuilly, just steps away from the Palais des Congrès convention centre and Porte Maillot.
In 1936 his nephew Albert Capelle took it over until his death in 1959. His wife continued the family tradition, carried on by Gérard Joulie since 1984.
The Sébillon is both relaxed and refined with that art of dining and hosting that here is truly a gourmet tradition passed on for nearly a century.
The milk-fed Allaiton de l’Aveyron leg of lamb has become legendary. There’s nothing so tender, and it is carved in front of you, as much as you wish. Served with the perfectly cooked creamy haricot beans, this is the restaurant’s signature dish.
You can also savour dishes from the different country regions of France and from the sea. The legend keeps its promise all through dessert, confirming the restaurant’s reputation for excellence.