I Love Paris at CDG, Paris is named the best airport restaurant in the world


The 2016 Airport Food and Beverage (FAB) Awards have bestowed a prestigious honor upon the I Love Paris restaurant by Guy Martin. The restaurant which is located in Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport has received the first prize in the “Airport Chef-Led/Fine Dining of the Year” category. The FAB awards recognize the best initiatives in the travel food and beverage sector.

The restaurant launched just last year and serves up a new take on traditional French food using in-season products. The restaurant was designed by India Mahdavi AND ITS NAME WAS INSPIRED BY Guy Martin’s other restaurant Le Grand Véfour.

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“Our challenge and the goal of the Chairman of the Groupe ADP is to offer the best. Thanks to the unfailing support of the Areas teams, I have fulfilled my dream of letting my guests taste a cuisine prepared with love, using the finest ingredients. It was essential for us to respect the spirit of the Grand Véfour and the very special atmosphere of the Palais Royal. Our goal is to give pleasure and ensure the well-being of our guests in a comfortable, contemporary and friendly setting designed by India Mahdavi; a beautiful, collective adventure that has been rewarded,” said Guy Martin.

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Philippe Salle, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Elior Group, added, “The airport is a place of transit for travelers from all over the world with different motivations and expectations. By creating a unique gastronomic catering concept within the customs area, the Group has created a meeting point between culinary art and evasion. The FAB Awards highlight the amazing work of Guy Martin and his team at the heart of this prestigious international airport.”