Grand Central - wide open spaces

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Grand Central - wide open spaces
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In the north-east of the capital, Centquatre Paris is an ideal base for alternative art lovers and fans of good food.

There are plenty of tables at Centquatre Paris, located between the Stalingrad and La Villette neighbourhoods in the 19th arrondissement, but no two are the same. The Caché café is hidden in the depths of this cultural centre like no other, created on the site of the former municipal funeral services, while Grand Central has replaced the Grandes Tables in the Curial nave. The decor, by designer Sébastien Wierinck, plays on the vastness of the venue: an oversized marble bar, exposed pipes and endless tables. The menu features all the classics. Young chef Mathieu Cormier has mastered the spelt rillettes with autumn vegetable casserole, chicken suprême, homemade fish and chips, and cut Charolais beef tartare... This large space also lends itself perfectly to the restaurant's huge Sunday brunches, which more than live up to their promise of being child-friendly.

Grand Central
5 rue Curial
75019 Paris

+33 (0)9 51 22 76 44

https://www.grandcentral-104.paris/

Menu: around 31 EUR