The Dining Room
Wine is clearly the centrepiece at Les 110 de Taillevent Restaurant. A fine mixture of expertise is brought together to deliver what we believe to be the best expression of wine, food and space to our guest. Pierre-Yves Rochon designed our décor, inspired by the culture of wine in its most natural and convivial form.
The green of the bench seating evokes the vine while the walls are graced with frescos of vineyard landscapes in sepia tones, taking diners on a journey through chateaux, hillsides and valleys. A metal band encircles the oak tabletops as it would on a barrel.
A large screen wall of Bordeaux bottles, from Phélan-Ségur Estate, surround the bar, whose radiance is softly enhanced by subtle lighting, and mark the ambiance of the space.
A warm, understated interior enabling full play of the senses.
Naturally, oak was required, on both the floor and walls. It is oak, which patiently cradles the development of the top vintages, in the deepest of cellars.