Four Seasons Hotel George V Opens New Restaurant in Paris

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Le George restaurant, Four Seasons George V

The talk of the town in Paris this week is the newly-opened eatery at the Four Seasons Hotel George V. Complementing the two existing restaurants—the Michelin two-starred Le Cinq and La Galerie—Le George serves light Mediterranean-style cuisine that’s designed for sharing. The official website describes “a convivial, gastronomic experience, taking guests on a journey between the French Riviera and northern Italy.”

Celebrated interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon decorated the restaurant, which is located inside a former hotel ballroom and has views over the marble courtyard. In spring 2016, Le George will unveil L’Orangerie, a glass-enclosed patio space. In the kitchen is Chef Marco Garfagnini from Carrara, Tuscany—he was named Young Italian Chef of the Year 2005 by the Gambero Rosso guide.

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Le George restaurant, Paris

Lunch menus are priced from 65 euros; dishes are also available a la carte, and by the half portion. Dishes include Saffron risotto; Ravioli Del Plin with black truffle and parmesan cream; Roasted sole with basil and vinegar sauce; Corsican mountain goat glazed with Banyuls wine; and Free-range salt-crusted chicken.

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