On The Road: Grandcœur

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From Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco of two Michelin starred restaurant Mirazur in Menton, France is a delightful brasserie called GrandCœur. On our trip to Paris earlier this year, we had the pleasure of enjoying a delicious contemporary French menu from head chef Rafael Gomes.

Set within a beautiful courtyard in the historic Le Marais district of Paris, GrandCœur is a place to make intimate memories over a delicious meal. A delight to happen upon as you wander the neighborhood’s cobblestone alleyways and streets.

Insider tip? Do sit window-side or outside on the terrace, where your gaze can wander and capture glimpses of twirling dancers or hear the faint sound of piano lessons from the courtyard’s surrounding windows.

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Polenta chips with scallops, carrots, ginger and yuzu by chef Rafael Gomes of GrandCœur in Paris, France. © The Art Of Plating

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Pumpkin and endive salad with pine nuts and granny smith apples by chef Rafael Gomes of GrandCoœur in Paris, France. © The Art Of Plating

The Art Of Plating

Dark chocolate mousse, salted caramel, and cacao crumbs (top); White chocolate, yogurt, and passion fruit sorbet (bottom) by chef Rafael Gomes of GrandCoœur in Paris, France. © The Art Of Plating

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Interior of GrandCœur in Paris, France. © GrandCœur

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Terrace seating at GrandCœur in Paris, France. © GrandCœur

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Terrace seating at GrandCœur in Paris, France. © GrandCœur

 

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