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La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez

Distinctive dishes amid city-centre château surrounds

The toque in charge may have changed (recently transitioned from Joel Robechon to Pierre Gagnaire) but the atmosphere has remained the same. Three plush Napoleon III-style dining rooms set the scene – lined with artworks from patron Bernard Magrez’s private collection and outfitted with Christofle tableware, Baccarat glasses and custom-designed ceramics from artist Erik Ifergan, plus carafes laden with La Grande Maison’s peerless wine list. The reworked menu by the much-lauded Gagnaire (whose eponymous restaurant in Paris earned three Michelin stars) will likely continue to attract an international crowd.

 

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