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Carré Renault Sport brings gastronomes and F1 lovers together

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For those who don’t know, Renault has its own cafe L’Atelier Renault in Paris, France, serving some fine French and European cuisines.

At the heart of this restaurant is the Renault Sport food corner – a delicious meeting place for two worlds of passion: Formula 1 and gastronomy. The dining area has Renault Sport Formula One theme with what appears to be the R.S.16 on the wall. Naturally, the black and yellow colors dominate the space .

The restaurant has a complete menu including starters, main course and desserts, prepared by chefs Marc Verger and Sandrine Esteves.

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