News for Restaurants in Paris
Chef Alberico Penati has brought upscale Italian dining to the romantic Hotel de Vigny in Paris with the restaurant Penati al Baretto. Based around high-quality regional ingredients, the menu features a mix of modern and traditional recipes. Penati al Baretto, 9, rue Balzac, 75008 Paris, 01 42 99 80 80.
Eric Frechon, chef of the Hôtel Le Bristol, has launched a new restaurant, Lazare. Located inside the Saint-Lazare train station near the Palais Garnier, Lazare is open all day and proposes French specialties. Lazare, Gare Saint-Lazare, 75008 Paris, no phone.News Bytes
Easter at Cazaudehore
Cazaudehore La Forestière, a charming hotel near the woods of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, duly celebrates Easter. From April 12 to 28, a chocolate-focused menu will be served at the restaurant for €90 with three glasses of wine. It notably features a marbled foie gras terrine, pan-seared scallops, duck filet with smoked almonds and cocoa cream, Parmesan cheese and an assortment of chocolate for dessert. On April 21, an egg hunt is organized in the park for the kids and a brunch offered at €59 per adult and €29 per child. Cazaudehore, 1, av. Kennedy, 78100 St-Germain-en-Laye, 01 30 61 64 64.
Dietetic Dish at the Bar of Le Royal Monceau
The new Clarins salad is now served at Le Bar Long in Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris. This salad, which was launched last fall, has been conceived by the doctor Olivier Courtin-Clarins who opened his own spa in the hotel in 2010. The dietetic dish is currently composed of crunchy spinach shoots, prawns, chicories and grated black truffle and could be accompanied with gluten-free crackers. Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris, 37, av. Hoche, 75008 Paris, 01 42 99 88 00.
New Offerings at Pierre Gagnaire
Pierre Gagnaire restaurant comes with some novelties at its location on rue Balzac in Paris. First, the décor has been renewed, thanks to a collage of hand-written and antique books’ pages on the walls, embellished with animals and cryptic signs drawings. Besides, a table for two has been installed within the kitchen, allowing guests to admire the brigade working during the services. Moreover, a new lunch menu is offered at €85, with five little starters, one course and an assortment of desserts. Pierre Gagnaire, 6, rue Balzac, 75008 Paris, 01 58 36 12 50.
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