Sumary of Where To Eat And Stay In Paris According To The Chef Of Frenchie:
- Greg Marchand, chef-patron of the acclaimed Frenchie restaurants in Paris and London, gives Forbes his tips on legendary and more under-the-radar places to eat and stay in Paris.
- As Americans travelers make their long-awaited return, the Loire Valley-born chef behind Frenchie restaurants across Paris and London (Frenchie being the name originally given to him by Jamie Oliver) shares his insider tips on stand-out restaurants and boutique hotels to seek out in the French capital.
- Chef Greg Marchand of Frenchie in Paris and London.
- virginie garnier The acclaimed chef who cut his teeth in the trade in New York after being orphaned at a young age went on to turn a nondescript street of Paris into one of the trendiest streets in the city through the 2009 creation of his now Michelin-starred restaurant, Frenchie Rue du Nil, and subsequent expansion.
- In Paris, Marchand went on to open the wine bar also offering food Frenchie Bar à Vins, Frenchie To Go (FTG), the artisanal wine store Frenchie Caviste and 2020-opened Frenchie Pigalle, as well as the London outpost Frenchie Covent Garden, which celebrates its fifth birthday this year.At his original Rue du Nil location, evening meals are carte blanche and designed to evolve with the seasons.
- MORE FOR YOU Chef Greg Marchand of Frenchie in Paris and London.
- Frenchie The chef’s restaurant and hotel recommendations take you to the district of Paris where he made his gastronomic mark and beyond.
- There’s a terrific, show-stopping horseshoe counter where you can sit to soak up the atmosphere as the chefs, led by Israeli chef Assaf Granit, cook directly in front of you.” Aux Crus de Bourgogne is in the same neighborhood as Frenchie.