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Dine Around in Monaco: embrace world cuisine

 
 

Whatever type of event you’re planning (incentive, meeting, team-building activity, workshop, etc.), the facilities available at Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer will meet your requirements and more. The Resort offers a Dine Around concept, allowing your attendees to enjoy a real journey of culinary discovery around the world when they are “off duty”. The delicious fare we offer is unique, with flavors from across the globe. There are a wide range of cuisines on the menu, from Lebanese to Peruvian, Italian and Thai, at four high-end establishments specially selected for you and your participants.

 

At ÔMER, Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse creates authentic food that’s perfect for sharing, with Mediterranean flavors and recipes inspired by Greek, Turkish, Lebanese and even Tunisian cuisine. The restaurant, which offers uninterrupted sea views, is based in the prestigious Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo and is perfect if you’re looking to spend an evening in a sociable, relaxed setting.

 

 

The ultra-trendy COYA Monte-Carlo draws on the best of Peruvian cuisine to give you an evening to remember by the Mediterranean Sea. The menu features signature cocktails, ceviche and tacos, with lots of fresh, healthy produce and a touch of spice to produce some exciting culinary fusions. COYA is located in the Monte-Carlo Sporting complex, and there’s no better place to start your evening. Why not enjoy your food while soaking up sounds from the DJ booth, or book the private dining room for a quieter start, before finishing up at Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo!  

 

 

Just a stone’s throw from Place du Casino, the Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo serves up stunning dishes from the Far East in a setting characterized by wood paneling and sculptures, including a huge statue of Buddha. The menu is inspired by the very best Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine, and the atmosphere is both refined and magical, as you dine to the sound of dreamy electro beats from the resident DJs.   

 

 

 

For something classic and elegant, try the Train Bleu, a restaurant within the Casino de Monte-Carlo that is decked out like an old-style Belle Époque train from the late 1800s/early 1900s. The menus are highly influenced by Italy and offer up a selection of surf and turf. Both the à la carte and taster menus feature ingredients sourced from all over the Mediterranean.