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Posted: Fri Aug 9 2013
Marc Mitonne restaurant in Paris’ Les Halles area very near the Louvre is a restaurant full of history going back to the 17th century. The restaurant is traditional, with exposed beams, vaulted stone caves, a well that’s a national monument, greenery, flowering courtyard, walls hung with ladles and other country artefacts – a charming, romantic and lively typical Parisian restaurant. To go with it, Marc Mitonne offers a menu of refined familial cuisine, including his grandmother’s recipes, springing straight from his first culinary inspiration watching his mother at the cooker. Dining at Marc’s is like going to your best friend’s house for a homy meal. There’s a calendar of celebrations and events that are just loads of fun at New Years, Mardi Gras, Bastille Day and more. Marc Mitonne is a lovely restaurant serving typical French food just the way we like it.