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Voted the world’s most beautiful historic restaurant, Beefbar Paris perfectly illustrates the success of the Giraudi Group, which has been based in Monaco since the 1970s and promotes a new type of restaurant.

Founded in the 1960s by Erminio Giraudi, the Giraudi Group initially specialised in meat imports and exports and became one of the leading European companies in the sector, now selling more than 90,000 tonnes of meat a year!

French beef, Dutch veal, US hormone-free Black Angus, Japanese Kobe beef: Beefbar’s reputation is built on the quality and specialist range of its meats.

Diversifying its expertise, the family-run group gradually expanded into the restaurant business.

Under the management of Riccardo Giraudi, Erminio’s son, the first restaurant to be established was Beefbar Monaco in 2005, initially designed to showcase the exceptional meats imported and exported by Giraudi.

The steakhouse was soon emulated, and Beefbar now has a presence in six countries, with locations in Mexico City, Tulum, Meribel and Malta. And it was in Hong Kong that Beefbar picked up its first star in the 2016 Michelin Guide.

 

© Beefbar
© Beefbar

Located in the building that housed the former Fermette Marbeuf restaurant, renowned and listed for its Belle Époque winter garden, the Beefbar Paris, close to the Champs-Élysées, was honoured by more than 500 designers from all over the world at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards. The award – Heritage Building – commends the restoration work carried out by the Monegasque interior architecture firm Humbert & Poyet.

“The design allowed intimate spaces to be created within a vast area. The contemporary updates respect the building’s history while offering a fresh, modern perspective,” explained one member of the jury to the press.

The Giraudi Group owns a total of 21 restaurants across the world, including the legendary Paris destination Anahi, in the Marais. Eight of its locations (including Mozza, La Salière and Song Qi) are in the Principality, offering Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Mexican cuisine. “Monaco is my laboratory.

It’s a mini world where I like to test things,” says CEO Riccardo Giraudi, smiling.

© Beefbar
© Beefbar

The family-run group has also expanded into fashion with two companies: Fashion Factory, specialising in end-of-line stock from the major Italian brands (Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, etc.), and Miss Bibi, a jewellery brand created by Brigitte Giraudi.

It has also developed a number of collections, including with Pantone.

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