The Le Bristol Paris hotel will begin serving its complete gastronomic offering with the opening of its Michelin-starred pub 114 Faubourg for lunch and dinner. In October, the three-Michelin-starred Epicure will reopen at the hotel.

The restaurant’s relaxed and jovial atmosphere will once again be filled with discerning diners catching up over beautiful plates of executive chef Eric Frechon’s famous king crab, duck pâté with foie gras and hand-chopped steak tartare — French classics prepared with a delicate twist. The delicious return of star-studded restaurants will be accompanied by a totally new take on the sweet side, due to the recent arrival of the hotel’s new head pastry chef Pascal Hainigue.

Eric Frechon said, “My teams and I have been dreaming about reopening for several months and we can’t wait for 114 Faubourg’s and Epicure to be back again beginning this autumn. Exceeding our guests’ expectations has always been our main accomplishment. The reopening of our restaurants will truly be a celebration of both creativity and tradition, delivered one heart-fully crafted dish at a time.”



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