The Germain is a parisian restaurant located in rue de Buci in the upsclae avenue, Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Opened since 2009, this luxury retail project was built in two levels.
The main level has a brightly coloured 80’s-esque look and feel made of vintage materials, checked tiles, threadbare velvet and warm leather.
The second level which represents the VIP lounge area has a more relaxed decor inspirated in the 70’s feelings and which is portrayed in the sofas, soft cushions and the imperial red pool table.
A monumental work made by Xavier Veilhan is the restaurant’s spotlight. Her name is Sophie and represents an young lady in yellow color that breaks through the ceiling and into the second-level VIP lounge.
The menu offers simple but sophisticated French classics like carpaccio de boeuf, oeuf cocotte and foie gras de canard.
The restaurant is opened daily from 8 am to midnight. The VIP lounge area is also available to host private events.
To know more about this project, please follow the link about The Germain restaurant idealized by India Mahdavi, one of the world preeminent designers which integrates The 2014 AD100 , a nomination lead by Architectural Digest since 1990 and which awards every year the 100 worldwide top talents in Architecture and Interior Design.