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Being surrounded by marble tables, Art Deco lamps and vintage wooden cabinets – all reflected in antique mirrors decorated with cursive scribbles announcing the menu du jour – makes it difficult to believe that Bouchon has only been around for a couple of months. “We wanted to give the restaurant that feeling of age, of a different period – a bygone era,” says architect Emil Humbert, who travelled the Parisian and Niçois flea markets sourcing furniture from the 1920s. “It seems like the space has been around forever,” he adds.

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