The restaurant

The Restaurant

The Casino Municipal de Trouville was opened in 1912 after just 14 months of work. A veritable homage to the decadent and wild soirées of the time, the fine dining restaurant Le 1912 was designed by interior architect Jean-Philippe Nuel to be a welcoming and elegant space.

With its walls covered in images of the original sea bathing at Trouville, metro tiles, a breathtaking mirrored screen and a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea, every last detail has been curated to set the stage for a timeless taste experience, orchestrated by our chef.

    The dining room

    Elegant and timeless, this magnificent dining room set over two floors seats 30 on each floor. Guests can also take advantage of a sheltered terrace which seats an additional 30.
    At each mealtime, – breakfast, lunch and dinner – guests can enjoy the changing light of the Cote Fleurie which inspired the impressionists.

  • Chef Johan THYRIOT

    Johan THYRIOT creates each day fantastic dishes filled with emotion.
    The example set by some of his peers and his philosophy have led him to work in an eco-friendly manner.
    His cuisine is simple, elegant and refined, revealing tastes and flavours that are truly authentic.
    His signature dishes are full of poetry, with an accent on the four elements:
    The earth, finding its roots in local and seasonal products.
    Water, with the catch of the day from sustainable fishing.
    Air, breathing inspiration and creativity into his dishes.
    Fire, a catalyst for culinary experiences, awakening the senses and linking our taste buds to our emotions.