By Emily Saladino
The courtyard garden at Mandarin Oriental Paris is open for the summer season, serving warm-weather cocktails, rosé wines and Thierry Marx cuisine.
The landscaped space serves dishes from Marx’s Camélia and Bar 8 restaurants such as daikon-wrapped crab with shrimp and green tea gelee, and asparagus with poached quail egg, as well as seasonal cocktails and wines like Bandol Rosé, Château de Pibarnon. Elite travelers can also reserve the exclusive La Table du Jardin, a six-seat, bird cage-style enclave designed by Jouin-Manku.
The courtyard garden is open daily from 11 to 2 a.m. Mandarin Oriental Paris has 99 rooms and 39 suites located on Rue Saint-Honoré in the First Arrondissement.