A fashion meal in the gardens of the Galliera palace
This summer, Les Petites Mains is back in force for their third season with their dinners in front of the Eiffel Tower in the gardens of the Palais Galliera. Geoffrey Lengagne, a talented chef, offers a parade of colourful and elegant dishes, in collaboration with pastry chef François Daubinet and mixologist Sébastien Foulard. This unique and ultra-stylish experience is matched by the gardens of the Fashion Museum. Les Petites Mains invite you to enjoy the summer with summer lunches, sunny tea time and dinners under the stars, until the end of October (weather permitting). Geoffrey Lengagne, trained in particular by Mathieu Vianney in Lyon, Pierre Gagnaire in London and Thomas Keller in New York, now presents a cuisine inspired by his travels, where vegetal life is king. We love marinated cucumbers, fennel and dulsé seaweed (€9), the flight-au-vent of zucchini, mint, candied lemons and Au-vergne blue (€18), and the generous Paris-Brest (€14)! Before dinner (or after, for the night owls) Sébastien Foulard delights cocktail lovers with a capsule collection dedicated to the creators who made the history of the Palais Galliera. A tribute to the icons of fashion and perfect for the summer, the ultra-black Mugler and the very gold Versace are not to be missed! Go to Les Petites Mains for a gourmet, chic and unforgettable summer! Lunch menus at 26 € and 35 €.
- 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
- Closed Sunday evening and Monday
- Average price: 65 €