Olympic Games: Air France opens a temporary restaurant at the Palais de Tokyo

On the occasion of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Air France is creating a unique space at the Palais de Tokyo. Visitors will be able to enjoy a restaurant based on a gastronomic experience “like on a plane”.


This summer, Air France is offering a stopover at the Palais de Tokyo. As an official partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the airline will be setting up in an open-access space of over 850 m² from July 27 to August 11. This is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the airline and enjoy the Air France restaurant for a gastronomic experience “like on a plane”.


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Offering 80 seats, the Air France restaurant will showcase a menu identical to those offered in Business Class on long-haul flights. The dishes will be crafted by the three-Michelin-starred French chef Arnaud Lallement. Meat, poultry, fish, or vegetarian options, customers will find the same range of choices as on board. The menu will be renewed from August. On the dessert side, the French Nina Métayer, named “World’s Best Pastry Chef 2024” by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants ranking, will delight customers with her sweet creations.


A selection of wines, champagnes, and a wide choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will also be offered to accompany this unique menu at 85 euros. Finally, every step of this gastronomic experience will be enhanced by services in pieces designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. The designer has created tableware especially for Air France, incorporating an aerial presentation of the airline’s Business Class tray.


Culinary Journey

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Charline Point
Passionate about art in all its forms, Charline Point is a young journalist driven by fierce curiosity and a keen appetite for culture. After several years in press relations, Charline decided to take up a career in journalism. Her favorite subjects are travel, gastronomy, cinema and fashion.

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