Responsible Haute-Cuisine by Ruinart in an unconventional place from October 16th to 31st

Maison-Ruinart-small.jpgFrom 16 to 31st October 2021 during the FIAC, Ruinart opens an ephemeral restaurant in the Maison 1729 a stone's throw from the Champ de Mars in Paris. Responsible haute-cuisine by Michelin starred and committed chefs on the menu, workshops and lectures on the programme.

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The place is unusual: an ancient car factory whose architecture and glassroof have been kept unique. Inside, a bar, a library with armchairs and sofas, and a dining room for the guests. 

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On the walls, an exhibition of the artist David Shrigley delivers eco-friendly messages with an irreverence touch. 

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The Big Time Studio organises bottle of champagne upcycling workshops, where two lighting scenographers convert glass contents into elegant sculptures.

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In the kitchen, the chef Alexandre Gauthier will offer a haute-cuisine inspired by David Shrigley's environmental messages. Several other talented chefs, all committed into sustainability, are invited to occasionally take over the reins: Alessandra Montagne, Cathy Paraschiv, Céline Pham, Valentine Davase, Antonin Bonnet or Julien Sebbag, to serve limited editions of champagne-paired lunches and dinners, by reservation only.

Photos © Ruinart
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Friday 15 October 2021, 09:16