An Impressionist lunch or dinner in one of Rouen’s restaurants
Several restaurants in the town centre feature Impressionist menus inspired by Claude Monet’s Carnets de Cuisine. They demonstrate Monet’s attachment to living and eating well, often in the company of friends at his house in Giverny.
Office de tourisme et des congrès de Rouen-vallée-de-Seine-Normandie
Contact : Mme Beatriz Delfanne, email@example.com +33(0)2 32 08 32 47
An Impressionist dinner in Claude Monet’s former studio
A suggestion for your groups: an Impressionist dinner in the Georges d’Amboise Room, Monet’s former studio, prepared by the best caterers in Rouen. The menus are directly inspired by Claude Monet’s Carnets de Cuisine.
Office de tourisme et des congrès de Rouen-Vallée-de-Seine-Normandie
Contact : Mme Beatriz Delfanne, firstname.lastname@example.org +33 (0)2 32 08 32 47
An open air lunch at the Domaine of Apreval, a cider producer by the sea
On the outskirts of Honfleur, on the banks of the Seine estuary, in a setting which brings to mind Impressionist paintings, the Domaine of Apreval makes calvados, ciders, apple liqueurs and perry in the traditional Norman way. Guided tours explain the manufacturing process of the different alcoholic drinks. In season, picnic lunches are organised under the apple trees facing the sea. During the rest of the year, a buffet is available.
Contact : Mme Sabrina Thibault, email@example.com, +33 (0)2 31 14 88 24
In Le Havre
Impressionist cooking workshop featuring Claude Monet’s Carnets de Cuisine
Welcomed by Régine Boidin, participants cook and then sample dishes prepared with the help of Claude Monet’s Carnets de Cuisine. Ingredients, utensils, aprons and recipe cards are all provided. This unique experience can be laid on for either lunch or dinner.
Office de tourisme de l’Agglomération Havraise
Contact : Aloïs Hoch, firstname.lastname@example.org +33 (0)2 32 74 04 05