Seasonal restaurant "Les Petites Mains" © Thibaut Van Kemmel / NMP
With "Les Petites Mains", the Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris has created the trendiest terrace of the summer. An open-air restaurant, ephemeral and secret, nestled in the heart of the Palais Galliera garden, all under the amused gaze of the Eiffel Tower.
The restaurant "Les Petites Mains" is an arty and artisanal table, which pays homage to the great creators by proposing a handmade and creative cuisine, with naturalist inspirations.
Chef Vincent Mallo's menu is renewed every week, drawing inspiration from the rich local produce of the Île-de-France region, while promoting its most virtuous producers. Under his direction, the restaurant "Les Petites Mains" offers simple, plant-based, elegant and colourful cuisine, based on raw produce, in complicity with Mother Nature. Seasonal cuisine with a summer flavour, accompanied by a glass of natural wine, a cocktail with herbs picked on the spot, or delicious cocktails and iced teas awaits you to enjoy a privileged break after visiting the Palais Galliera.
"Les Petites Mains" welcomes you with open arms every day from 11am to 8.30pm, weather permitting:
• At lunchtime, "Les Petites Mains" treats foodies to a generous menu that is renewed every week.
• At 4pm, tapas take over: ultra-cozy mimi-assiettes to share, prepared fresh and served on the go from exceptional products.
• In the early evening, "Les Petites Mains" goes wild: unbridled cocktails and natural wines are on the menu, under the orange sun of the late summer days.
• In the evening, "Les Petites Mains" is reserved for your private events, by reservation only!
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