A selection of the Accor group's exceptional restaurants
Pierre Gagnaire, Christian Constant, Nobuyuki Matsuhisa... some of the world's greatest names in gastronomy work in several Accor Group hotels. Here is a selection of the best addresses throughout France for a business meal in a privileged setting.
The "Carte Blanche : a unique food and wine pairing
The restaurant " Carte blanche " of the chef Jean-Philippe Pérolentirely renovated this year, welcomes you in a refined and stylish setting in the heart of the Sofitel Paris Baltimore Eiffel Tower. An exceptional setting where the customer is king and can ask the chef what he wants to taste. A rare concept that goes even further for wine lovers for whom the chef can design a customised meal around their favourite wine...
"The 1912" : a Michelin star after only two years of existence
"The 1912" - date of construction of the Cures Marines, a casino that became a museum, then a spa and finally a MGallery by Sofitel hotel - has achieved the feat of being awarded a star in only two years of existence. A tour de force that we owe to the talent of chef Johan Thyriot arrived in February 2016 and has already been awarded three stars when he was in charge of BRAS TOYA in Japan. On the menu, a cuisine that combines the four elements, water, earth, air and fire at the service of Norman products that the chef honors.
"Matsuhisa Paris: first address in France of the famous chef "Nobu
The " Matsuhisa Paris "is the first address in France of the famous Japanese chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, nicknamed "Nobu". A chef known all over the world for his 40 restaurants, from Dubai to New York, where he has teamed up with Robert De Niro, an early fan of his cuisine. At the Palace Le Royal Monceau, Raffles ParisThe world's ambassador of Japanese cuisine offers a contemporary Peruvian-Japanese dining experience where tuna sashimi meets jalapeño peppers.
"The Food Store : the best table in Metz
"The best table in Metz", according to the Michelin guide, is located in the heart of a former military citadel, transformed into a MGallery by Sofitel hotel. At the head of the star-studded "Food Store", the Chief Christophe Dufossé offers creative, local gastronomic cuisine, like the restaurant's signature dish: the destructured quiche lorraine. A style in keeping with this revisited historical building: making something new out of something old.
"Les Cocottes - Arc de Triomphe A menu signed by the famous chef Christian Constant
After the rue Saint-Dominique in Paris, the Chief Christian Constant has set up its cocottes at the Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe. Authentic cuisine in a friendly atmosphere, in the heart of a completely redecorated restaurant where you can try these famous casseroles. In the dining room, at the counter or on the terrace, the chef proposes bistro dishes or French culinary heritage dishes such as the real Caesar Ritz salad, the "Mamie Constant" mimosa egg or the rice pudding from our childhood.
"Gaya seaside cooking : Pierre Gagnaire lands on the coast of Charente
Voted best chef in the world by his peers in 2015 and three Michelin stars, Pierre Gagnaire, has just opened a new restaurant, the "Gaya cuisine de bords de mer" in Charente-Maritime, in Châtelaillon-Plage within La Grande Terrasse La Rochelle - MGallery by Sofitel. A gastronomic restaurant that combines seafood with the products of the Charente hinterland in an open, light and family atmosphere, just like its author. Not to be missed.
"La Barbacane": a gastronomic encounter with history
"La Barbacane, named after the medieval fortifications that protected an important point, is a one-star restaurant run by the chef Jérôme Ryon. With its pastry chef, Régis ChanelThe restaurant is located in a neo-gothic style room in the heart of the city, and is a perfect example of a traditional cuisine revisited with finesse and elegance. l'Hotel de la Cité Carcassonne MGallery by Sofitel. A historic hotel in the heart of the medieval fortress of Carcassonne.