Jean Imbert ephemeral restaurant during Cinema Paradiso

Jean Imbert ephemeral restaurant during Cinema Paradiso

After the launch of Jean Imbert Cinema Club at the Palais de Tokyo, Jean Imbert and MK2 continue to work together creating the first ephemeral gourmet restaurant in a movie theater.

After the Taste of Paris which will take place from May 21 to 24, with the participation of  14 chefs who will offer for the first time gourmet dishes in miniature, Jean Imbert is another  Top Chef who will settle for ten days from 16 to 26 June, under the spectacular glass roof 1900 MK2, organizer of the event Cinema Paradiso, to cook every night for forty covered in a movie theater.

An exceptional meal that will enable you to take dinner during the film in one of the most beautiful places in Paris and also an incomparable experience before and after dinner.

From 7pm guests can access the Nave and its animations (3 bowling alleys, various dance classes every night etc ...) before taking up at 22:00 to enjoy their meal and watch the film. After dinner, guests can party until 6:00 am at Superclub which will host the best party organizers and international DJs.

The chef serves a seasonal menu, with dishes prepared with products of his producer friends, fishermen, butchers and bakers. Mackerel are fished every night and delivered directly from Cape Frehel in Brittany and the meat will be personally selected by Hugo Desnoyer.

The bread will be exclusively prepared for the event by chef Jean Imbert and his friend Eric Kayser. It will be accompanied by butter of home Bordier.
Some of the furnishings of this ephemeral restaurant will be signed BoConcept, the Danish design brand of passionate 7th Art, while most of the service or kitchen equipment will be 'Made in France': 

The Jean Imbert menu, charged 150 euros (not including wine), includes: access to the Nave and its animations since 7pm, the meal and the film screening at 10pm and the Superclub until 6am.Nave

Jean Imbert At Grand Palais

Where? 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris

When? June 16 to 26, 2015

How much? from €150