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Le Grande Cascade Restaurant In Paris

The Grande Cascade was originally the private pavilion of Napoleon III and is now a Michelin star plush restaurant with a beautiful terrace in the Bois de Boulogne area near to the Longchamp racetrack.

This Haute cuisine restaurant is housed in a remarkable and vast steel and glass rotunda pavilion that was originally turned into a restaurant for the 1900 World Fair and is classed as one of the top tables with its romantic and beautiful dining setting under chandeliers.

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Le Grande Cascade Restaurant In Paris

Often frequented by people who have been to the horse races, Le Grande Cascade is an unforgettable experience, right through from the d?cor and ambience of the place to the absolutely fantastic cuisine and wine cellar that will make a meal here memorable and worth every penny.

Situated in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris in the Bois de Boulogne area where there are numerous activities and restaurants, you will find that many in this area are expensive, just like the Grande Cascade, but you get what you pay for.  And you can expect dishes that include things such as foie gras, caviar, sea urchins, squid, spider crab, quail, etc

Restaurant Guide Key Points

This particular restaurant in Paris is open for lunch from 12.30pm until 2.30pm and then for dinner from 7.30pm through to 10pm.

The average cost for a lunch is 75€ and the average cost for a dinner is 175€ but these costs do not include drinks and the A la Carte price is around 150€, again without drinks.

You would need to make sure that you dressed for the occasion and formal to semi-formal wear is recommended.

There is also out door dining available on the beautiful terrace when weather permits and there is also a valet parking service.

Reservations are also required.

The nearest Metro station is the Porte Maillot.

Address & Contact Details:

Le Grande Cascade
Allee de Longchamp
Bois de Boulogne

Telephone: 1 45 27 33 51

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