Le George restaurant opened in mid-October at the amazing Four Seasons George V with the proposal of offering a new dining experience at the Parisian setting. The hotel already had La Galerie and the acclaimed Le Cinq which has no less than two Michelin stars as dining options for its demanding public, but the idea behind the creation of the new restaurant was offering an alternative with lighter menu and smaller portions. The restaurant is under the command of the Italian chef Marco Garfagnini coming from the city of Carrara in Tuscany. An interesting curiosity is that he had already achieved his first Michelin star in his own restaurant when he was only 29 years old and, some time later, got another one under the command of Il Lago restaurant at Four Seasons Geneva. At Le George, the chef created a lighter and more modern menu with Mediterranean food inspired by the traditional cuisine. The result resembles a real journey to the flavors that we find between the French Riviera and Northern Italy. Of course, there’s a much greater emphasis on dishes that bring fish and vegetables for a clientele that is increasingly concerned with health. The reduction in the size of portions allows the clients to experience a greater variety of food throughout the meal. Besides, the ambience of the restaurant couldn’t be nicer following the elegant style of decoration in ivory tones of the other spaces of Four Seasons George V and overlooking the inner courtyard of the hotel. At the same time, I can also say from my personal experience that Le George rejuvenated a bit Four Seasons George V with a contemporary gastronomic approach and a more dynamic service. It opens daily for lunch between 12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and dinner from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.