World-renowned chef Alain Ducasse’s to open a floating restaurant

It will take you on a pleasurable journey along the Seine river

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Paris remains smarting from being kicked out of his Michelin starred restaurant half way up the stunning Eiffel Tower, France’s one of the well-known chef Alain DUCASSE is pressing on instead with latest restaurant almost straightly below it and, Alain DUCASSE boasts, it floats.

Alain DUCASSE. Who has won a complete twenty-one starts more than any other chef currently alive will be dishing up lobster and duck FOIE Gras and electric power boat on the amazing River the Seine from the tenth September.

It is accessible, modern French high gastronomy on the Boat; He also said at a table for two onboard the 150 seat DUCASSE Sur Seine, which will trundle along the Seine River as diner tuck in. it is surely the most wonderful architectural and super cultural trip can have on a river any place in the Globe, He stated.
It is perhaps cruel that the over 38 meters (125 foot) boat docks only in form of the French capital Paris’s most popular monument, given that Alain DUCASSE went court few months before to challenge his eviction from its single stars Jules Verne restaurant.

Alain DUCASSE was said to be livid after fellow stars French chef Thierry Marx and Frederic Anton won 10-year tenure to run the Eiffel Tower’s cooking restaurant, where he cooked for where he cooked American President Donald Trump during his visit in 2017.

Asked about some setback, Alain DUCASSE’s commendations tried to stop him speaking. But the chef widely insisted on describing a defeat which he’s remains struggling to digest.“From his amazing boat restaurant, I see the Eiffel Tower and much more I can see the entire monuments of Capital, He said pointedly. The Eiffel tower in fixed place and one more elegant story is just starting.”

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