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Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris willl welcome a restaurant by chef Nobu Matsuhisa

The brand Matsuhisa Paris by the famous Japanese chef will replace the restaurant called La Cuisine at the emblematic Parisian property. After the takeover of Raffles by Accor, a new change in style is coming to 37 avenue Hoche.

Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa made a name for himself by blending traditional Japanese ingredients and South American ingredients: a sign of his success is that today with his friend Robert de Niro he is at the head of an empire of close to 40 restaurants, including Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The first Nobu restaurant opened its doors in Paris in 2001, but closed after just two years.

It  would be the sixth property for gastronomic brand Matsuhisa, after the Beverly Hills, Aspen, Athens, Mykonos and Munich addresses. After proving himself at the restaurant Nobu in Hong Kong, chef Hideki Endo will manage the new restaurant.

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  • AccorHotels acquires FRHI Hotels & Resorts
  • Laurent André, Executive Chef for the Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris, at the Hospitality Awards


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