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The Global Nomad’s Guide: Le Grand Café (Paris)

Por Rafael Casanova.

Le Grand Café abrió sus puertas al público en 1875, coincidiendo con la inauguración de la Ópera de París, diseñada por Garnier a petición de Napoleón III. Este lujoso restaurante a vuelto a la vida gracias a la reforma Art Nouveau realizada hace unos años por Jacques García, prestigioso arquitecto y diseñador de interiores francés, convirtiéndose de nuevo en un lugar de referencia para cenar tras disfrutar de la música.

Entre sus platos destacan los productos del mar, desde la marmita de pescados y mariscos con corteza crujiente, que os puedo asegurar que está riquísima, al chucrut de dorada, salmón y abadejo con mantequilla al comino. Todo sin olvidarnos de sus deliciosos postres.

Con una atención esmerada, una cocina elaborada y una decoración singular, el precio dista de ser de lo más económico de París, pero resulta interesante para una cena diferente. La media por persona, con un entrante, un plato principal, postre y bebida se sitúa en torno a los 80 €. Y lo mejor, está abierto todos los días las 24 horas.

Le Grand Café [4, Boulevard des Capucines – París / T. 01 43 12 19 00]

By Rafael Casanova.

Le Grand Café opened its doors to the public in 1875, coinciding with the inauguration of the Paris Opera House, designed by Garnier at the request of Napoleon III. This luxury restaurant has been refurbished in style Art Nouveau by Jacques Garcia, renowned french architect and interior designer, becoming again a place of reference for dinner after enjoying the music.

Dishes include the best products of the sea, from the kettle of fish and seafood with crispy crust, that I can assure you that it’s amazing, to the sauerkraut of bream, salmon and haddock with cumin butter. All without forgetting their delicious desserts.

With a careful attention, an elaborate cuisine and unique décor, the price is far from being of more economic in Paris, but is interesting for a different dinner. The average per person, with a starter, a main dish, dessert and drink stands around 80 €. And the best, is open daily 24 hours.

Le Grand Café [4, Boulevard des Capucines – Paris / T. 01 43 12 19 00]

By Rafael Casanova.

Le Grand Café opened its doors to the public in 1875, coinciding with the inauguration of the Paris Opera House, designed by Garnier at the request of Napoleon III. This luxury restaurant has been refurbished in style Art Nouveau by Jacques Garcia, renowned french architect and interior designer, becoming again a place of reference for dinner after enjoying the music.

Dishes include the best products of the sea, from the kettle of fish and seafood with crispy crust, that I can assure you that it’s amazing, to the sauerkraut of bream, salmon and haddock with cumin butter. All without forgetting their delicious desserts.

With a careful attention, an elaborate cuisine and unique décor, the price is far from being of more economic in Paris, but is interesting for a different dinner. The average per person, with a starter, a main dish, dessert and drink stands around 80 €. And the best, is open daily 24 hours.

Le Grand Café [4, Boulevard des Capucines – Paris / T. 01 43 12 19 00]

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