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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
Flora Danica restaurant on the prestigious Champs-Elysees in the heart of Paris is one of the capital’s loveliest restaurants. Located in the Maison du Danemark, Flora Danica’s two dining rooms are decorated in pure Scandinavian style with chairs by Arne Jacobsen, iconic hanging lamps, and pared-down style. But the terrace is truly fabulous, a leafy oasis that is pure romance on a summer’s evening. Chef Georges Landriot keeps the menu strictly Danish, featuring a famous salmon filet grilled on one side as well as delicious rarities like reindeer noisettes roasted in brown beer sauce with macaroni. Sunday brunch is buffet-style and extremely popular. The service is unhurried, so you can linger, and the wine list is very good. Flora Danica seats up to 120 diners inside, so it can accommodate groups in style. Perfect for business or romance or when the soul needs a break from the metropolis.