MiniPalais Restaurant in Paris, France

August 23, 2011 by

Right next to Les Champs Elysées, in the Grand Palais’ most noble section, the MiniPalais rises majestically onto Winston Churchill Avenue. Its imperial columns making it distinguishable at first sight.

The beautiful covered balcony of the excellent MiniPalais restaurant next to the Grand Palais exhibition gallery.
This handsome restaurant, with a décor inspired by an artist’s atelier, was taken over by chef Eric Frechon of the three-star Le Bristol earlier in the year, and he’s created a stylish, cosmopolitan menu that changes with the seasons and is ideal for casual dining.

The Alexander III Bridge offers us its best sight, few yards away the Seine River runs peacefully.
We are in the heart of the Golden Triangle.

In this artistic parisian landmark, the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais already existed to give life to yesterday’s and today’s art. The Minipalais was only missing to complete this magnificent decorum and propose a more ephemeral art that yet did not exist in this beautiful set : gastronomy…
These three locations recreate a very unique Golden Triangle, honoring the Parisian way of life.

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