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Bob Bob Cité

Gallic humour and a lot of champagne

An expression of Orient Express extravagance, champagne, glitzy, futuristic Art Deco and, well, more champagne, Bob Bob Cité is an eccentrically decorated restaurant that specialises in, perhaps unexpectedly, French countryside classics.

 

Trails of LED ticker tape lead through train-inspired booths where guests are invited to “press for champagne” or start their meal with a shot of vodka before feasting on chef Éric Chavot’s bistro-style menu of French countryside classics like oysters granitée, French onion soup with Comté cheese and daube de boeuf Provençal.

In a way, Bob Bob Cité – though undeniably over the top – is a boisterous display of Gallic humour, tradition and care that feels oddly familial in an otherwise preposterous world.

 

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