Ore is the first restaurant to grace the palace’s grounds – the restaurant is the 23rd addition to Chef Alain Ducasse’s culinary empire. The french chef has an impressive resume – at the ripe age of 27, he received two Michelin stars at La Terrasse in Juan-les-Pins, and the at age 33 he obtained his third at Louis XV in Monaco.
The decor of Ore is nothing short of impressive – the embellishments, the accent windows, the modern chandeliers -are all breathtaking! The natural light that is provided by the ceiling windows add a softness to the space. The hints of gold compliment the dining room perfectly, and we can’t forget about the lavish leather chairs – that are fit for royalty!
The menu at Ore is an exquisite combination of snack like foods and market-fresh cuisine. The prices range, and can accommodate everyone from the frugal traveler to the one willing to splurge on an excellent meal!
“This is a restaurant in a museum, not a museum restaurant. This viewpoint guided the entire project,” Ducasse says. “Museum dining inevitably runs the risk of—and frequently falls into—becoming pure function.”