You may spot this restaurant by the gaudy collection of pots and pans that usually adorns it front. Inside, decoration has also been done by the Disney school of understatement: every nook and cranny is stuffed full of authentic-looking (but almost entirely fake) objects that are supposed to remind you of a quaint France now disappeared.
There's no doubt, this is definitely tourist territory, and even if the official (half-functioning) website boasts that no two restaurants in the chain look the same, the same insipid feeling of fakeness hangs over them all.
At least the branch on the Champs Elysées can boast of being on the most beautiful avenue in the world, and in Summer you can avoid the dodgy décor and hang out on the terrace: great for people watching.
As for the food, it's French standards, no surprises. If you want the 'theme-park France' experience, this is the restaurant for you.
The International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC), is one of the world's largest art fair for contemporary artists, gallery owners and dealers.
The FIAC brings together 180 international galleries at three sites on Paris’s right bank.
FIAC has solidified its position in the art world in recent years, bringing together a high-profile mix of contemporary art collectors, museum curators and international dealers, and winning international recognition.
3 avenue du Général Eisenhower 75008 Paris
Metro: Line 1 or 9 : Champs Elysees Clemenceau of Franklin D. Roosevelt.