Les Grandes Tables de l'île Seguin

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This pop-up restaurant on the Ile Seguin – inside an airy wire structure ressembling a hybrid between a glasshouse and a houseboat and designed by Pier Schneider & François Wunschel – will be dismantled in 3 years, when the new project for the 11-hectare island site developed by Jean Nouvel takes centre stage. The former site of the Renault factory, the Ile Seguin is about to be transformed into a brand new cultural and business hub, down river from the Eiffel Tower. But for now, you can enjoy chef Arnaud Daguin’s tasty organic veggie cuisine, with a choice between 3 entrees, 3 mains and 3 desserts daily, for 20-24€, then go for a wander in the garden designed by prizewinning landscape architect Michel Desvigne.
Open daily, noon-4pm.
Jardin de l’île Seguin, Boulogne-Billancourt. M° Pont de Sèvres or Billancourt.

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