Noticed by Louis XIV in 1682, the Officers of Mouth DALLOYAU are going to amaze the Court of Versailles until the French Revolution. In 1802, the DALLOYAU family established the first House of Gastronomy in 101, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in Paris.
In the course of the generations, she insures the transmission of the excellence of her know-how and made share to all the gourmands, in France as abroad, an art of living in the French with henceforth mythical cutting edge creations.
In 1763, the DALLOYAU is in the service of Marie-Antoinette
and of the upper middle class.
Joseph-Antoine DALLOYAU, son of Joseph, receives tapestry-maker's responsibility of Queen Marie-Antoinette
. The tapestry-maker has servant's quality and helps every day the servants to make the bed of King or the Queen.
In 1789, been used to renew and to wake the appetites of aristocracy which serves as reference for all the Courts of Europe, the DALLOYAU reinvents after the French Revolution
. They propose innovative concepts while protecting their excellent know-how.
The French Revolution
leads the Officers of Mouth in the service of the nobility to move.