La Grande Charles du Chôtels, located on the banks of the Rhône, has opened its first location on the south side of Paris, France, with a menu of traditional French fare, including its signature chicken and duck, beef and lamb cuts.
The restaurant, located at 825 Rue Montparnasse, is slated to open on May 1, with the opening date to be announced later this year.
The chefs have a new chef and the new menu will be available on their website.
Chef Philippe Bouchard and his team are excited to have been given the opportunity to work with the family of the late chef Jacques Génicault.
“I am delighted that La Grande is opening the first location of its kind in Paris, and I’m looking forward to welcoming you,” the chef wrote on Instagram.
“La Grande Chîteau has already established itself in the Paris dining scene with a number of restaurants that are well-known, such as the Les Châmes restaurants, but this new restaurant is a special place.
We are so pleased that you are a part of this amazing project.
The new La Grande restaurant is very special.
We will be sharing a menu with you that will be very different from what you’ve experienced before.”
The restaurant will also offer a menu inspired by the restaurant’s founder, Jacques Gérard.
The chef, who served as chef de cuisine at La Grande from 2010 to 2014, said that the menu was inspired by his family’s recipes and that he wanted to create a new restaurant that would offer the same culinary experience as La Grande.
“Our chefs, and our team of pastry chefs, have worked together for many years.
We decided to take a leap of faith in a restaurant that had already been a restaurant for a very long time,” the French chef said.
“We wanted to make a different restaurant and bring a new concept to the restaurant.
I have a great respect for the old, old tradition of Jacques G Énicault, and my mother is one of the best chefs in France.
I believe in my work, in my team and in my restaurant.”
La Grande has been in operation since 1998 and has a history dating back to 1868.
It has served French cuisine for more than 60 years.
The first restaurant opened in the U.S. in 2003 and was followed by two locations in Canada.
Bouchards father, who died in 2007, served as a chef at La Grand.
Boulger de Chateau is also a longtime member of La Grande’s family.
He has been a partner at the restaurant since it opened in 2008.
Bourassa was the owner of La Grand since its opening in 1997 and has been managing the restaurant with BouchARD, the French-Canadian chef and restaurateur.
La Grande, which opened in 2011, has been recognized by the World Design Awards and received a Michelin Star for Outstanding Restaurant.
Boudreaux de Boulage opened La Grande in 2014 and is also involved in the restaurant and with its marketing.
The family is currently working on a new French cuisine menu for its next restaurant.
Boucher is the head chef at the Uptown restaurant La Boucher, which is located in the old Hotel du Chateaux.
The former French president, François Mitterrand, also has a restaurant, which he is in the process of opening.
La Bouchers menu is being inspired by a number French classics.
The French cuisine is very traditional and very local, and it is a French food, but it is also French cuisine that is not necessarily about traditional France.
The menu has a different look and feel from the restaurant that was opened in 1997, the Boulanger de Châtillon.
Bougouille, the chef behind La Bouillon, has recently taken over the role as co-owner of La Boulevard, which serves French food at two locations.
BOUCHARD DE CHATEAU A new French restaurant opened on the outskirts of Paris this week.
La Belle Châltel, which was a French-French restaurant and restaurant on the Rue St. Jean, has its opening date planned for May 1.
It is located at 745 Rue Montmartre, and will serve traditional French food that is very local.
BOURASSA, which closed in 2015, is now a luxury restaurant that has been expanded to serve contemporary French cuisine, as well as the popular French food known as ceviche.
It opened at 511 Rue Rue St Jean, and is located on Rue Saint-Paul, a block north of the old Boulenger de Chîtel.
The Boulacher family owns the Brouassas restaurant, and was in the business for more then a century.
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