Published on September 30th, 2014 | by Ozlem Avcioglu0
Le Flandrin, Paris, France
Le Flandrin has occupied an historic railway station building since 1932, serving traditional French cuisine to some of the city’s finest clientele. Owned by the Malafosse family the brasserie reopened after a short hiatus ordered by the dynasty’s current representative, Gilles Malafosse, so that it could undergo much-deserved refurbishments. Interior architect Joseph Dirand, the creator of Monsieur Bleu’s much-admired Art Deco/Modernist interiors, has spent four months restoring Le Flandrin’s decor to its former glory.