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Grand Palais Restaurant Reopens -The Mini-Palais

Under one of the oldest trees, Jardin des PlantesThis press release comes from the Paris Tourist Office:

The re-opening of the Mini Palais
The left wing of the Grand Palais on the Seine side, on the corner of avenue Winston Churchill and the cours de la Reine, is the location for the reopening of the Mini Palais restaurant now newly renovated and under new management.

Situated in one of the most emblematic monuments in Paris for cultural exhibitions and major events, this new restaurant occupies some 6,00m² and boasts a new resolutely contemporary style, devised by the two famous designers Gilles and Boissier.

On the menu, new creations by Eric Fréchon, starred chef at the Bristol, showcase French gastronomy for the delight of discerning palates. Another striking feature of the establishment is the terrace where you can have lunch under the colonnades whilst admiring the wonderful view of the Pont Alexandre-III.

MINI PALAIS
Avenue Winston-Churchill, Paris 8th
Telephone: +33 (0) 1 47 59 04 04

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