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To save the 13 million travelers who visit Notre Dame each year from the 13 million terrible restaurants that surround it, we present you with our 13 favorite places to eat near the great cathedral.
Alain Ducasse’s flagship at the Plaza Athénée remains one of the bastions of French gastronomy. Since autumn 2014, the restaurant has reoriented its cuisine around fish, cereals and vegetables. The quinoa doesn’t come cheap here: expect to pay more than 1000 euros for 2 people at
The king of French fine dining has opened the first bean-to-bar chocolate manufacturing facility in Paris in an elegantly redone auto body shop.
Le Marché d’Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée Alain Ducasse, who is is often described as the “most Michelin starred chef in the world,” lost some twinkle when his eponymous restaurant at the Plaza Athénée closed last year for renovations. It will reopen on Monday with a revamped décor
Open since 1912, this picture-postcard Paris bistro is part of the Ducasse group.
Practical information Address: 228 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Nearest transport: Tuileries (1), Concorde (1, 8, 12) Hours: Open Monday-Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner; Open Saturday and Sunday for breakfast only Reservations: Book a day or two in advance for breakfast; Book a week or two
The Ducasse group runs this longstanding address for Lyon-style cooking.
The sepia-toned dining room at this historic bistro remains the same, but Alain Ducasse and protégé Laëtitia Rouabah have taken over the kitchen and the accompanying carte of classic Burgundian dishes.
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The first bean to bar chocolate manufacturer in Paris now has its first offsite location.
We used to say that “it’s impossible to be a top chocolatier and not have a shop in Saint-Germain. Except for Jacques Genin in the Marais.” That was later amended to add Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse when it opened near Bastille. And now both of these outliers
Alain Ducasse wants to be a blogger. According to Le Monde and L’Express, D and his minions will be launching a food website in May that publishes recipes, video tutorials, restaurant addresses and information about ingredients. A few elements will be free – the rest will
Three-star restaurant Le Meurice has announced that Alain Ducasse will be taking over its kitchen in September.
It’s that time of year again…the foodie frenzy over the annual San Pellegrino restaurant rankings has begun.