Menu Palais

A taste of French history

With the Menu Palais, La Vallée Village wishes to promote a certain French way of life, nourished by centuries of the history of arts and gastronomy, and legacy of the "Menus Plaisirs du Roi" which was a form of Fine Art management under the reign of Louis XIV.

By offering a menu designed by its talented chef Stéphane d'Aboville and his executive chief Aurélien Correyeur, in a setting that evokes the inspiring atmosphere of Parisian artist ateliers, the Menu Palais echoes the Mini Palais, the famous restaurant located in the magnificent and emblematic Grand Palais in Paris.

For your enjoyment or as a gift, the Menu Palais also displays and proposes an exceptional selection of engravings and sculptures in plaster or resin. From large to “menu” (French word for small), these sculptures are handcrafted by the unparalleled “Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais” in their atelier, the direct heir of the Louvre atelier created in 1793.

We wish you a wonderful time in our restaurant.


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