Mandarin Oriental Paris Opens Garden for Summer

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 15 May 2012

The Mandarin Oriental, Paris, has opened its courtyard garden for the summer season.

Providing one of the most charming green spaces within the city for guests and locals to dine, enjoy cocktails and socialise, the courtyard garden is now open daily from 11am 2am.

Mandarin Oriental, Pariss landscaped garden provides an ideal location and space to enjoy dining menus from both Bar 8, the hotels intimate bar which serves an exclusive Street Marx menu by Chef Thierry Marx, and Camlia, Mandarin Oriental, Paris all-day dining restaurant, with French cuisine that is influenced by Chef Marxs love and knowledge of Japan.

Guests can experience dishes within the garden from Camlias new summer menu which includes: Black tea infused langoustines with green pea ravioli, plum tomato and burrata as well as John Dory and fennel with confit tomatoes and olives taggiasche, or Roasted farmers chicken, inspired by Cesar. For dessert, pastries by Chef Pierre Mathieu include Wild strawberries and olive oil biscuits, Biscuits with Champagne raspberries and macadamia, as well as a large selection of ice cream and sorbets. Dishes are also available from Bar 8s Street Marx menu.

As well as outside seating for everyday dining, guests can reserve the beautifully designed bird-cake style La Table du Jardin, which was designed by Jouin-Manku and offers space to entertain six to eight guests for a unique dining experience amongst the flowers and trees.

The garden also provides the perfect location for a drink with friends in the evening. Guests can choose from the hotels new wine selection of pink wines, from Ctes de Provence Ros to Orenga de Gaffory 2011, or enjoy one of the newly created cocktails specifically designed for hot summer days, such as Springtime in Paris which is made up of: Champagne, pink wine from Provence, Aperol, grapefruit bitter and rhubarb, or the non-alcoholic cocktail, TM 4 LEau Furieuse, a unique cocktail created by Thierry Marx himself, made up of: ginger, sugar, lime, lemon, anise and tonic.

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