A new restaurant at the iconic George V hotel in Paris is set to open its doors in mid-October, according to Atabula.com.

Under the tutelage of Marco Garfagnini, Le George will take a lighter, more modern look at traditional Mediterranean cuisine, with plenty of fish and vegetable dishes. The restaurant plans to focus on “healthy” cuisine, with a focus on fresh and light foods, to create a mix of northern Italian and southern French specialities.

The innovative restaurant will round out the gastronomic offerings at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, which first opened its doors in 1928.

The luxury hotel already counts Le Cinq, run by chef Christian Le Squer and offering classic French dishes, and La Galerie’s elegant lunch and dinner spot.

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