Hot in Paris - Star Chefs Cook in a Pop-Up Restaurant in a Bus

Restaumobile, ParisTraveling to Paris over the next few days? We suggest booking a meal at the “Restaumobile”- a unique pop-up restaurant that’s housed in a bus. Gourmet food trucks like Le Camion Qui Fume have taken Paris by storm, and this latest incarnation is a fun celebration of “Tous Au Restaurant”- the French equivalent of restaurant week. Forty restaurant seats have been installed inside a bus, which is located in a different neighborhood each day.

Running for just one week (until Monday, September 24), the Restaumobile has two seatings (lunch and dinner), cooked by top chefs from all over France, like David Toutain from Agapé Substance in Paris, and Laurent Petit from the Michelin two-starred Le Clos des Sens in Annecy-Le-Vieux. None other than Alain Ducasse was behind the launch of it. The best part of all? You get two pre-set menus for the price of one. To book your reservation, visit

Photo via Le Parisien

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