Inside Monsieur Dior, a New French Restaurant Helmed by Chef Jean Imbert

Inside Monsieur Dior, a New French Restaurant Helmed by Chef Jean Imbert

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After two years of extensive renovations, Dior has finally reopened its historic 30 Montaigne flagship, which is located at the intersection of Avenue Montaigne and Rue François in Paris, France.

The gorgeous space has been reimagined to include multiple ventures, such as a glitzy boutique, a luxury suite, a gallery, a garden and now, a restaurant run by Jean Imbert, an award-winning French chef.

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Dubbed Monsieur Dior, the restaurant is perched right at the heart of the boutique and is a new Parisian spot where Imbert can revisit some of the greatest classics of French cooking while honouring the universe of the French fashion house.

The chef, alongside collaborator Antony Clémot, drew inspiration from the heritage and history of the brand to develop each menu. Some of the dishes are also taken from Christian Dior’s cookbook, La Cuisine Cousu-Main.

 

 

Source Credit: This article originally appeared on Tatler Asia by Tatler Asia. Read the original article - https://www.tatlerasia.com/dining/digest/monsieur-dior-restaurant-jean-imbert-30-montaigne