Frenchy’s Bistro Opening at Charles de Gaulle Airport

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The airport has teamed up with famous chef Gilles Epié to bring higher-quality food
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Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport is getting a makeover, offering high-end food options at the famous airport, according to Moodie Report.

They teamed up with chef Gilles Epié to bring Frenchy’s Bistro to the airport, which will offer soups, sandwiches, salads, and other small dishes and finger food that are quick and easy to take with you. The restaurant can seat up to 150 and will be open from 6 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Airport Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Augustin de Romanet, said that Epié’s “style of cuisine, which brings together modernity and a great refreshing lightness, will delight the taste-buds of our passengers.” Epié currently runs Citrus Etoile in Paris, bringing his cultured experience to the new location at the airport.

There will be set menus starting at breakfast where diners can receive a whole breakfast for 12 euros. Breakfasts feature items like croissants with Bonne Maman jams, eggs, sausage, and fruit salad. Some of the lunch menu items are more American-focused, like veggie-burgers and tuna sandwiches. 

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