A Gourmet Lunch Box at the Hotel Prince de Galles, Paris

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Restaurant at Hotel Prince de Galles, ParisSince its opening inside the newly renovated Hotel Prince de Galles, La Scène has been the talk of the town in Paris. The restaurant is the brain child of chef Stéphanie Le Quellec, the talented chef who captivated TV audiences as the winner of Top Chef France in 2011. She brings her creativity to the kitchens at Starwood’s Luxury Collection hotel on the avenue George V. Guests can watch chef Le Quellec and her team at work in the show kitchen, taking center stage in the gastronomic restaurant.

Another example of innovation? A lunch box, served in 15 minutes flat, for fashionistas on the go. Madame Figaro raves that it’s “healthy and chic” at the same time, three courses in classic French style (entrée, plat, dessert)- served in a porcelain box. While shopping the upscale boutiques in the Golden Triangle, why not stop by the Prince de Galles for lunch? You’ll sigh over the hotel’s Art Deco-inspired interiors by design king Pierre-Yves Rochon (check out our insider’s review in a recent issue of Luxury Travel Advisor). And the lunch box will give you a little luxury fix for the day. For more information, visit www.princedegallesparis.com.

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