The City of Love is serving romance on a Dior platter this Valentine's Day despite the French capital being hit with a curfew.
If you are in Paris and have been hit with the Covid curfew you may be faced with quite the obstacle in organising a romantic dinner date in a restaurant for Valentine's Day, but thanks to French chef Jean Imbert a fine dining experience can be delivered to your doorstep complete with Dior plates. For the modest price of 395 euros, the dinner for two created by the chef will spoil you and your chéri with some of his restaurant Mamie et Jean à la Maison's signature dishes including fois gras and roasted chicken served with gratin dauphinois. The romantic dinner is also served with a chilled bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne, chocolate by chocolatier Patrick Roger and dessert by award-winning pastry chef Cédric Grolet. And the added touch of sophistication to this home delivered dinner? A set of two limited edition dinner plates by Dior are included in the hamper for you as a gift to dine in style.