This summer, enjoy at Benoit Paris - a traditional Bistro cuisine in the heart of Paris. Discover the Mackerel, fennel & tomato tart, a gourmet starter served with a pesto sauce. The filet are prepared with a spicy marinade before being dressed with seasonal vegetables on thin layer of a puff pastry covered with a tomato marmelade…
Open in August for dinner only from August 1st to August 22 and for lunch and dinner from August 23.
20, rue Saint Martin
75004 Paris, France
Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris, the restaurant Allard is open all summer.
The Chef Laetitia Rouabah has imagined traditional & seasonal dishes that remind us the cuisine of our chilhood in their simplicity & generosity.
On the menu in July, two starters that put forth seasonal products such as tomatoes & melon. For the dessert, try out a delicious Black cherry clafoutis, a reminder of warm summer family dinners.
Melon from Cavaillon, delicate beef gelée – 16 €
Tomato salad, goat curd – 18 €
Black cherry clafoutis – 12 €
In August, discover a Blue lobster salad, green beans and girolle mushrooms, then Dugléré-style sea bass – a sauce based on fish stock, tomatoes and deglazed with wine. The Peach/verbena composition will give a sweet fresh note at end of the meal.
Blue lobster salad, green beans and girolle mushrooms
Dugléré-style sea bass
To accompany these authentic, convivial dishes, Gérard Margeon, Head Sommelier of Alain Ducasse restaurants, suggests a glass of 2015 Marsannay rosé from Domaine Charles Audoin, served in jeroboam.
Open in August for dinner only.
41 rue Saint-André des Arts
1 rue de l'Éperon
75006 – Paris
From € 12
The restaurant, located in the heart of Les Halles in Paris, is open all summer for lunch and dinner. Champeaux revives the most beautiful brasserie cuisine classics, using the best seasonal ingredients.
The soufflé, the restaurant’s signature-dish, perfectly embodies this traditional and eminently contemporary approach. Chef Bruno Brangea offers an elegant interpretation of this monument to French cuisine, with both sweet and savoury variations. Enjoy the Tomato Soufflé this summer. A fresh version of the signature dish, accompanied by different varieties of fresh tomatoes such as oxheart tomatoes, green zebra or Black Krim Tomatoes…
The Head Pastry Chef Dorian Lutzelschwab has imagined the Chocolate composition. Fresh & gourmet, this iced dessert has multiples textures. It is composed of Black Chocolate ice cream and soft black chocolate biscuit. For more pleasure, homemade praline, an unctuous light milk chocolate from Madagascar & crunchy hazelnuts on top to complete this dessert.
The Canadian head barmaid Marjolaine Arpin reinterprets the classics but has also created more audacious cocktails sush as "La Halle des Halles," made with vodka and sake for an original and sophisticated Martini. Clean compositions and not overly sweet, with a self-confessed preference for bitters.
Open this summer, Terrace under the Canopée.
Sunday to Wednesday : 11:30 am – Midnight
Thursday to Saturday : 11:30 am – 1:00 am
La Canopée - Forum des Halles - Porte Rambuteau
Indulge yourself this summer by exploring the new culinary journey imagined by executive chef Jocelyn Herland for the restaurant le Dalí, à la carte dishes inspired by Mediterranean shores, from Catalonia to Liguria, passing through the Côte d’Azur : Patatas bravas, Black rice, baby squid & gambas, Refreshed octopus, shellfish & coco beans, Vegetable caponata...
The menu « Saveurs de la Méditerranée » adapts itself to all your desires: a true vision of contemporary cuisine, sincere, flavourful and friendly, with dishes made for sharing but also available in half portions, for a dining aperitif experience.
Succumb to the beautiful creations for the dessert made by Head Pastry Cédric Grolet and his team.
« To Share », « discovery » or even « experience » – Mediterranean dishes from € 40
Open in summer
Restaurant Le Dalí
Hôtel Le Meurice
228 rue de Rivoli
Tél. +33 1 44 58 10 44
More information - www.alain-ducasse.com/en/restaurant/le-dali
from € 40
Enjoy the charms of the Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle nestled away in the heart of the Coteaux Varois!
To fully enjoy all the magic this unique place has to offer, we have created a special Internet package for your stay at the Hostellerie de l’Abbaye de la Celle.
This offer includes:
- 2-nights minimum in a double room in low-season & 3 nights minimum in a double room in high season.
- Accommodation starting in the superior room category.
from € 220 / person
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge district, Rivea London – the restaurant of the Bulgari Hotel London – will welcome you all summer long for lunch & dinner to discover a cuisine inspired by the Italian & French terroir.
To discover until August 31st, a 4-course menu showcasing tomatoes in all their forms.
The tomato will be enjoyed according to the inspiration of the Executive Chef, Alexandre Nicolas : as a sorbet, in a carpaccio or even mixed in a Bloody Mary.
Discover the following dishes : « All about tomato », or the Roasted corn-fed chicken breast, panisse fries, spicy tomato marmalade and also the Strawberry & datterino tomato duo, black pepper ice cream to finish on an original duo. A fresh menu served with a glass of ‘rosé’.
Until August 31, the restaurant also suggests a selection of Rosé wines.
These Rosé wines, coming from the best French producers, are served at Rivea London and on the Hotel Bulgari terrace. On the terrace, the French rosé will accompany the chef’s French Riviera cuisine who has imagined an exclusive ‘Aperitivo’ menu with gourmet snacks and bites such as the Panisse – a traditional delicacy from Nice - or the Pissaladière, a thin onion tart delicately seasoned with anchovies and black olive.
Bulgari Hotel, London
London SW7 1DW
Lunch 12am – 2:30pm
Dinner : 6:30pm – 10:30pm
This summer, the Bastide de Moustiers invites you to commune with nature in the heart of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, for an exceptional lunch.
Meandering through creeks and clearing in an entirely renovated 1950’s Chevrolet pick-up, your scenic adventure comes to a pause in an authentic and bucolic site. At lunchtime, an elegant solid chestnut table covered with an array of multi-coloured hand crafted enamel dishes awaits you under the shade of a sprawling white oak. On the menu, outstanding Mediterranean cuisine prepared by Chef Christophe Martin using seasonal produce, harvested in the Bastide’s garden.
A truly unique experience to share as a couple, with family or amongst friends.
For 2 people : 290 € per person – from 3 to 6
people : 245 € per person
Drinks included (1/2 bottle of champagne Sélection Alain Ducasse, water and coffee, tea).
On reservation according to the weather & availability
La Bastide de Moustiers
Chemin de Quinson
Overlooking Jimmyz gardens and the Mediterranean sea, La Trattoria-Sporting Monte-Carlo, Alain Ducasses’ most recent Italo-gourmet gem, delivers authentic and generous, full flavoured Tuscan cuisine…
Chef Patrick Laine interprete tasty partition of simplicity, generosity and sharing. Discover the Roasted seabass, sun-dried vegetables to share; the John Dory, Riviera condiment and Our Saltimboca alla romana...
Open 7 days a week - At dinner from 7.30PM
La Trattoria Sporting - Monte-Carlo
Avenue Princesse Grace - 98000 Monaco
Avenue Princesse Grace
9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco
To book a table, please dial the following phone number:
+377 98 06 71 71
Or contact us by e-mail at:
Opening September 2016, the restaurant Ducasse au château de Versailles.
An unforgettable experience in this magical setting & two ambiances to discover throughout the day.
During the day, the restaurant ore is an elegant contemporary café, open to all. Lovely surroundings & an exceptional view in this dreamy place ideal to take a break and to eat during the Palace's opening hours. A French inspired menu with classics of our cuisine, alongside light and quick snacks, desserts and gourmet pastries.
In the evening, Ducasse au château de Versailles is an exclusive dining experience. As the Palace slowly empties itself, the restaurant becomes a stage for grand dinners and exclusive events.
Palace of Versailles
Pavillon Dufour – 1st floor
78 000 Versailles
More information : www.ducasse-chateauversailles.com
Le Meurice continues to write its history, while remaining true to its origins and by nurturing its identity. The Hotel has again called upon Philippe Starck to redesign its interiors so steeped in surrealism, as well as Alain Ducasse, whose cuisine nurtures the very soul of the premises.
Le Dalí is a unique place one in which a singular, elegant and relaxed spirit reigns supreme. A very Parisian place to be seen, as well as a cosy, welcoming hideaway.
For the reopening of Le Dalí, Alain Ducasse creates a dialogue between the traditional Parisian brasserie and the Mediterranean cuisine. Under the talented direction of Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland, the new menu is a celebration of the Ducasse vision of contemporary cuisine – sincere, flavourful and made to share – with dishes designed to be enjoyed with others, or served in half-portions for light aperitif eating.
Indeed, at Le Dalí, there is no shortage of Mediter-ranean flavour. Giving credit where credit is due, the journey upon which guests embark begins with the Catalan lands of Salvador Dalí, with specialties such as stuffed pimiento del piquillo with romesco sauce or black rice, baby squid and shellfish.The voyage then continues in Italy through some of that country’s finest foods, like black pork culatello from Massimo Spigaroli, straight from Emilia-Romagna. But also home-style cooking – slow-simmered and colourful – like aubergine caviar, a Provence-style vegetable caponata or minestrone broth and vegetables with garlic-basil condiment. Guests can also sample patatas bravas with an authentic tasca taste and enjoy down-to-earth specialties like salt cod, aioli and coco beans sourced from Valence up to the County of Nice, served here with Catalan accents.
In the “Timeless” selection, the restaurant is faithful to the Parisian brasserie cooking, dishes that have been the bedrock of Le Dalí’s popularity across several generations. These classics include Grenoble-style sole with croutons and cubed lemon and the light and creamy free-range chicken fricassee. Smaller appetites will succumb to the celebrated Hansen & Lydersen Norwegian smoked salmon for example.
Desserts earn their stars, as well, thanks to Pastry Chef Cédric Grolet and his pâtisserie cuisinée, a new interpretation of France’s most respected pastry classics such as the the Saint-Honoré, the Paris-Brest, the Soufflé, the Éclair and the Tartes, presented along other irresistible creations such as the Citron, a green lime shell filled with an incredibly light blend of lemon marmalade and mousse with a tinge of fresh mint.
Hôtel Le Meurice
228, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris, France