Paris’s 1728

This restored 18th-century townhouse now houses a restaurant and gallery with more than 300 artworks.

This is not a place to be seen,' said Mr. Chuet. 'It's a place of repose, and of a history that breathes. It's anti-show-off. A grand capitalist can come here with his mistress.'

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