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Restaurant in Paris, France

Le Chardenoux

Considered to be one of Paris’ oldest and loveliest bistros, chef Cyril Lignac bought Le Chardenoux in an effort to turn it into a new Parisian hotspot. The chef not only rebooted it with a new, fancy menu blending French tradition with contemporary dishes, but also hired London based interior designer Martin Brudnizki, which added ribbed red velvet banquettes, a harlequin floor and a busy mural of tree branches to a ceiling framed by original Belle-Époque mouldings. Don’t leave without having langoustine-filled ravioli, or scallops with Jerusalem artichokes and the vanilla- cream-filled praline-pecan millefeuille, which is made in Lignac’s patisserie across the street.

1 Rue Jules Vallès, 75011 Paris, FR
+33 1 43 71 49 52