Alain Ducasse is growing his gastronomic empire around the world. He’s already set up establishments in France as well as other places like Japan and USA. And now, he’s aiming to set up a contemporary café at the Palace of Versailles – opening between July 20 and September 20. This eatery, entitled Ore, will provide quick bites and gourmet pastries for the public.
Ore, which mean mouth in Latin will be situated on the first floor of the Pavilion Dufour, and offer dinners extensive views over the wide beauty of the Royal Courtyard.
Designed by architects Dominique Perrault and Frédéric Didier (the head architect of the Palace of Versailles) the new restaurant couples the view of the outside with the inside, providing a good atmosphere for eating in a modern space that respects the past.