General News

Dining maskless at chef Alain Ducasse’s iconic Paris bistro Allard

Hinting at what superb eating would possibly seem like post-coronavirus lockdown, chef Alain Ducasse’s famed Paris bistro, Allard, has reportedly put in new state-of-the-art, $56,000, “anti-COVID décor.”

Based on Paris-based meals author Alexander Lobrano, the eatery that opened in 1932 has been outfitted with ducts, high-tech air filters and followers created to “guarantee an air high quality on par with that of a hospital working room.”

However Lobrano writes for Graydon Carter’s Air Mail that when he first arrived at a friends-and-family lunch to mark the restaurant’s reopening, and the host stated he might take away his masks and go in, “Out of the blue, I stalled. The concept of eradicating the thick black cotton masks with a spherical plastic filter plug that I’ve been sporting in public since March 15 introduced on a reeling social panic I hadn’t identified since I arrived for a pool social gathering at Calvin Klein’s villa on Fireplace Island on a Fourth of July weekend within the early ‘80s.” (Apparently at that bash, friends checked their garments upon arrival.)

Both approach, Allard’s purported anti-coronavirus decor was created with some high medical and architectural professionals, and Ducasse apparently owns the patent on the brand new system that would come to different eating places.

About the author

Tina Sanders

Tina is the mind behind, and she ideated it when she was working for an online magazine company where she used to cover US-based headlines news. She holds a degree in journalism and has more than 4.5 years of experience in an online magazine company. She had the idea while working there but when she was quite sure about starting something on her own, she took the risk and left the job to start Gruntstuff. Since then she added a few team members, and along with them, she creates General US news content on the site.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment