One of the world's leading names in French cuisine has set up shop at Maison Albar Hotels L'Imperator to create DUENDE, Pierre Gagnaire's restaurant in Nimes. Here's an overview of the culinary journey ahead.
Pierre Gagnaire has succeeded in making the DUENDE of L'Imperatororchestrated daily by his protégé Nicolas Fontaine, a new Michelin-starred restaurant in Nîmes. The 2021 edition has succeeded, but not by chance. More than 40 years of experience, in France and abroad, in the finest restaurants, have forged in him a particular taste for cuisine that he readily describes as iconoclastic. This Pierre Gagnaire restaurant in Nîmes is simply a continuation of what Pierre Gagnaire has been doing since the early 2000s, which is to spread French savoir-faire around the world. Las Vegas, Dubai, Hong Kong, Paris and London, not to mention Tokyo, have all been won over by his touch of genius. This elite cuisine is shared all over the world, and at the heart of the simply unique setting of this Michelin-starred restaurant in Nîmes.
The cuisine of Pierre Gagnaire restaurant in Nîmes is obviously seasonal, local and of the highest quality. But so are all fine restaurants. But how many are created by one of France's most starred chefs? How many know how to handle concepts so brilliantly? His table is inimitable, yet it's only part of the pleasure of dining at Pierre Gagnaire's restaurant in Nîmes. The wine list will also take you on a journey, but primarily in the region. Languedoc, Pays du Gard, Pays de l'Hérault, there's plenty to choose from. The establishment's magnificent cellar offers a unique opportunity to discover wonders that only a table like this starred starred restaurant in Nîmes can offer. Nor should we forget the hotel's brasserie, l'Impé, where the menu is more spontaneous, but always under the sign of Pierre Gagnaire's excellence.
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