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Originally created for France’s Universal Exposition in 1900, Le Train Bleu is a world-renowned restaurant housed in the hall of the Gare de Lyon railway station in Paris. Le Train Bleu is comprised of multiple dining rooms, each ornately decorated with rich woods, deep leathers, ceiling frescoes, and gilded carved ceilings. An impressive visual spectacle, Le Train Bleu offers a menu saturated with traditional French fare, like foie gras, cheese plates, and veal cutlet Foyot. Pair your main dishes with rum baba for dessert and a cocktail, like a pisco sour.

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Le Train Bleu

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Originally created for France’s Universal Exposition in 1900, Le Train Bleu is a world-renowned restaurant housed in the hall of the Gare de Lyon railway station in Paris. Le Train Bleu is comprised of multiple dining rooms, each ornately decorated with rich woods, deep leathers, ceiling frescoes, and gilded carved ceilings. An impressive visual spectacle, Le Train Bleu offers a menu saturated with traditional French fare, like foie gras, cheese plates, and veal cutlet Foyot. Pair your main dishes with rum baba for dessert and a cocktail, like a pisco sour.