Archive pour la catégorie ‘Visits and excusions’

 Newsletter n°67 

Wednesday 29 June 2016

RESTAURANT « La Haute Cloche »

Restaurant The gold Triangle is one of the most tourist area in Paris (might be of the world). The question that Guests ask the most to our concierges’ team is if there is still a nontourist bistro in our area.
The Concierges reveal you here one of their preference with this small rustic bistro. “La Haute Cloche” restaurant will not only delight your papillae but moreover, this little place of good things is within walking distance of InterContinental Marceau Hotel. In the shade of all Gastronomique restaurants on the gold triangle, this discrete place will enable you to enjoy quality dishes, in a comfortable atmosphere, almost as at home.
Decoration, Menu, Wine list, are nothing fancy but simply very good and authentic.
The Menu changes every day since it is freshly prepared here, starting from seasonal products.
A wine Selection carefully studied to marry judiciously with the dishes of the Menu.

“La Haute Cloche” is the perfect small ‘Bistro de quartier’, ideal to go to lunch or to diner in a relaxed way… A good approach to escape a little from the rhythm of the gold triangle’s glamour life.

La Haute Cloche
13 Rue Quentin – Bauchart, 75008 Paris
Website: www.lahautecloche.fr
Open Monday to Friday for Lunch and Diner.

EXHIBITION « Araki » At Museum Guimet

Exhibition Araki Nobuyoshi is not only the essential figure of Japanese contemporary photography but he is also the contemporary Japanese artist the most productive. This exhibition which is the most important devoted to Araki in France, recalls fifty years of its work (from 1965 to 2016) on 400 photographs.
Real intimate diary of the Master for which “to photograph is first of all a way of existing”, the exhibition will be spread according to a course set of themes, since the series devoted to the flowers, the scene of Tokyo, or the sentimental Travel, illustration of his honeymoon in 1971, followed by the Travel in winter in 1990, year of his wife’s death. Impressed of poetry, the work of Araki also bases on a ceaseless experimentation.
Therefore, the codes and stereotypes of the “medium” are revisited by the artist who intervenes on his clean negative or recovers sometimes his images of penmanship or painting, in a daring gesture, often tinted of humour.

The Araki exhibition will give to see and understand the rooting of the art of Araki in the Japanese traditional culture.

Guimet Museum of Asian Arts
6 Place D’Iéna, 75016 Paris
Website: www.guimet.fr
Open every day from 10am to 6pm
Closed on Tuesdays.

SUMMER SALES IN PARIS : Galeries Lafayette, Printemps… And La Vallée Village ?

Sales From June 22nd to August 2nd in Paris, regarded by many fashionistas as the capital of Shopping and Fashion, will be a great place to carry out your purchases. Parisian Boutiques, shops, and Shopping centres as well are into full effervescence during the Summer Sales.
The Parisian fashionistas would recommend you few shops, stores or departments stores as Printemps, Bon Marché or Galeries Lafayette but they will take care not to give you the tip of The Valley Village. Better than a mall, La Vallée village is a small village entirely dedicated to the purchasers who offers all the year interesting sales of less -30% or -40%.
During the sales it is up to 80% of reduction that you will be able to make on various brands such as Armani, Burberry, Baccarat, Calvin Klein, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Furla, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Longchamp, Max Mara, Moncler, Repetto, Tumi, Tod’ S, Versace… and many other brands.

Therefore, our Concierges’ team suggest to the Shopping Addicts to spend a day in the Valley Village, especially with the current Summer Sales…

La Vallée Village
3 Cours de la Garonne, 77700 Serris
Website: www.lavalleevillage.com
Open every day from 10am to 7pm.

 Concierge’s newsletter n°63 – September 2015 

Friday 4 September 2015

RESTAURANT HEXAGONE

Mathieu Pacaud, young talented Chef, opened on the beginning of the year, his new restaurant, Hexagone, few step away from Trocadéro Square. He welcomes you in a modern and elegant place. The bar is located, where you can taste one of the very creative cocktails proposed by the barman, leant at the counter or seated in a comfortable armchair.

Restaurant HexagoneDaytime, the long and narrow restaurant room is very bright with its large windows and more intimist and smooth lighted at dinnertime.

The Chef proposes a creative French cuisine with seasonal product. During the order, the maître D’, will make you choose accompaniment between several raw products, presented on a console. On the menu, gazpacho of melon and iberico ham, cannelloni of pigeon, risotto and for dessert an opaline with wild strawberries and balls of lime.
Future Michelin starred restaurant, undoubtedly: do not miss it!

85, avenue Kléber 75016 Paris.
Open from Tuesday to Saturday for lunch from 12:00 am to 2:00 pm and for dinner from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

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 Concierge’s newsletter n°62 – July & August 2015 

Friday 17 July 2015

RESTAURANT MISS KO

Set up as the narrow street of Chinatown, bubbled and colored at night, we can see at the back of this restaurant, the agitation of the open-plan kitchens, with the Chef under suspended woks and bright neon. Chinoiseries brought out of the imagination of the designer Philippe Stark, live in this studied mess, as huge Chinese lanterns or the forest of parasols over tables.

At Miss Ko, the European tastes get involved in the tradition of the Asian countries.

Restaurant
Discover revisited great classics and exceptional creations. Enjoy in major creations of Miss Ko: the famous home-made gyozas (Japanese raviolis) with foie gras, the delicious salmon spring rollers with gravelax sauce, the sashizza or the collections of mini rolls and sushis.

49, avenue George V, Paris 8
Open every day from noon to 2:00 am.

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 Concierge’s newsletter n°61 – June 2015 

Tuesday 30 June 2015

Restaurant Le Chardenoux

Created in 1908 by the family of the same name, the Chardenoux is one of those authentic bistrotsof Paris. Thishistorical building, with a typical Parisian décor, send us few years in the past, with its zinc counter, painted ceilings and moulding.

Le Chardenoux

The Chardenoux was acquire and renovated in 2008 by French Chef, Cyril Lignac, who welcomes you here, in his third restaurant in Paris.

Set between “Place de la Bastille” and “Place de la Nation”, the restaurant can accommodate around thirty seats inside andoffers, for sunny days, a pleasant terrace in this quiet neighbourhood.

Chef celebrates local and seasonal products and bistro-style specialties. Cyril Lignac suggests a short menu, with for example a burratina with olive oil and grilled eggplant, veal stew with tomato and macaroni organic parmesan or a toast with raspberries for dessert.

1, rue Jules Valles 75011 Paris
Open every day for lunch from noon to 2:30pm and for dinner from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

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