The French has been known for their exquisite tastes, be it fashion, food or just indulgence. France is a perfect place to splurge for a romantic honeymoon or family getaway! But sometime travelling is not that easy due to work pressure or other responsibilities. The dream trip to France may sometime seem too farfetched but there are ways in which you can have the French experience here in India. Yes! You can enjoy all those little things that make France so delightful.
If you want to pamper yourself and relax in the way French do you can spend a weekend at Spa la Vie, Mumbai. It’s a stand- alone day spa launched by a luxury French brand L'Occitane. They believe in the concept of L’Art de Vivre as the French say it “the art of slowing down”. The place spread over 8,000 sqft with a stretch of greenery, the architecture and the grandness is one of a kind. La Vie has an extensive list of services, ranging from massages to intensive treatments, it’s a perfect place to unwind and relax the French way.
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Food is another fundamental part of the French experience and luckily we have some of the best French cuisines served by best chefs in India. To name a few lip smacking French food places we have, Rara Aris, a French bistro in Delhi. It was the inception of Jereme Cousin and Laurent Guirand. The place is magical with delicious and authentic French food. The interior of the place is reminiscent of French founding. Another place famous for its French flavors is Café Noir in UB City, Bangalore. A restaurant that represent the "French Art de Vivre" a place that offers luxury, good food, friendly and comfortable atmosphere. With high French quality food and everything from breakfast to dinner Café Noir is the ideal place for traditional French meals.
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The French experience is incomplete without the perfect drink to seal the deal. For all the brandy lovers the one of most authentic and finest French brandy available in India is Louis Vernant XO. The recipe of the drink was a state secret and got lost ages ago; it belongs to one of the French master brewers Monsieur Louise Vernant. The drink has been recreated after the recent discovery of the recipe. It’s now available for brandy fans to savor it and indulge in one of the French luxuries.
‘When in France, do what French do’, when not in France, relish on the goodness that the French has bestowed upon the rest of the world.