Impressionist menu at the Jardin des Plumes, Giverny.
Giverny is a paradise for lovers of impressionist painting, between the sublime gardens of Claude Monet Museum and the Museum of Impressionism.
This is where the brilliant young chef Eric Guerin opened the Jardin des Plumes. A beautiful house from the early nineteenth century, which houses an 8 room hotel and a Michelin-starred restaurant. On the occasion of the Normandy Impressionist Festival (which runs until September 26), Eric Guerin and the Chef Albert Riera have devised a menu that honors the palette and color so well rendered by the Impressionists. Dazzling shades and flavors that transcribe the lights of the day dear to Monet, from dawn sweetness until dark early hours of the night. Just like the greatest painters, the two chefs manage to propose creative dishes and stunning beauty to be enjoyed such as works of art.