We see a lot of pop-up restaurants at FDL but as many as we see few of them are placed as beautifully as this one nestled in the French alps.
Called The Untitled Project, the restaurant is situated in the beautiful French village of Megève under the famous Mont Blanc.
The restaurant features a caviar bar and beautifully designed dining room that matches the classic alpine cabin look with modern day appliances. The company behind the restaurant have teamed up with a group of local chefs and producers but details of exactly who are being kept a secret.
The location seems beautiful and the dining rooms looks great - menus differ on different days but one of the menus currently on offer costs 190 euros and includes Amuse Bouche plus six courses including dessert.
The Untitled Project will remain open until April 30th and tickets can be booked from the company's website.
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