France is famous for its world-class dining, but a new restaurant elevates this experience to a different level.
Renowned chef Alain Ducasse has opened a showpiece restaurant called Ore, in the Chateau de Versailles, former palace of Louis XIV. Guests can dine like royalty in the elegantly renovated wing of the chateau.
The opulent café offers breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea, as well as private evening events.
Chef Alain Ducasse has accumulated an astounding 21 Michelin stars over his career. His restaurant Ore offers classic French dishes like pan-seared fillet of beef & duck foie gras, alongside lighter fare such as soups, sandwiches, pastries, and soufflés.
For first-time travelers to France, Versailles is an easy day trip from Paris. Or, stay overnight for more opportunities to savor the city’s outstanding restaurants.
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