Entering Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, you are taken into a world of shimmering lights, gentle curves, and exquisite dining.
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Entering Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, you are taken into a world of shimmering lights, gentle curves, and exquisite dining. After months of refurbishment, this Michelin star restaurant has what all guests of fine-dining establishments expect, and a few new twists thanks to designers Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku. You can appreciate both art and food in one place, as one. From the pieces of artwork found in flea markets, or designed by up and coming artists, your surroundings are, indeed, marvellous. Not only is the presentation enough of a reason to visit, but its Haute Cuisine speaks of the future, rather than the past. Select your wine by generation, all the way to 55 years. Enjoy meals that are created with health and originality in mind, humble, yet sophisticated. Chef, Romain Meder, is the artist working alongside Alain Ducasse. It is no surprise that Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée is part of the Dorchester Collection. This Parisian interpretation of the group’s vision is something special to behold. By visiting Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, not only will you enjoy a sublime experience, but you will be part of a carefully constructed piece of living dorchestercollection.com ‡
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