Thursday, November 4, 2010

A wonderful idea for Paris

The item below is reprinted from  Sounds perfect - ready to go now.

Sometimes, even the Parisian purist gets tired of eating entrecote and gratin at the corner brasserie and feels like, you know, a little creativity. Does a blissful culinary voyage on a glamorous Paris rooftop sound appealing?

The Palais de Tokyo is once again making it happen. ART-HOME is a new adventure all about culinary creativity featuring cooking classes, visits and the Nomiya dining room. This one-table restaurant is nested in an ultra-contemporary architectural setting perched on the roof of the Palais de Tokyo, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Paris.

Every day, 12 privileged patrons can discover the surprise menu, prepared right in front of them by the inspired chef, Gilles Stassart. What will it be? Cotton candy à la langoustine, foie gras marshmallows or pea-and –carrot île flottante?
You are also invited to unveil the secrets of the chef by taking an experimental cooking class in the Atelier. Or just stroll about the vegetable garden on another rooftop.

Every day reservation for 12 new guests opens on the website at 10 am sharp. The booking is made for exactly one month later. If you’re having a hard time reserving this prized meal, you can still do the free daily visit of the exhibition between 3 and 5.30 pm (upon reservation).

Palais de Tokyo, 13, Avenue du Président Wilson, 16th
Metro Iéna, Open Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch (60€) and dinner (80€), reservations for up to 12 guests 
Free visits from 3 to 5.30pm (upon reservation on the website)
Reservations for meals and visits on the Art-Home website

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