Next spring,
a new culinary experience will open its doors
within the musée des impressionnismes Giverny,
under the leadership of Norman Chef David Gallienne.

Cyrille Sciama, General Director of the musée des impressionnismes à Giverny & Chef David Gallienne

It is in the heart of the museum’s garden, located in the historic village of Claude Monet, that the Oscar restaurant will welcome you from spring 2024. Entitled “Oscar” in reference to the full name of painter Oscar-Claude Monet, the restaurant will allow you to broaden your experience through total immersion in the heart of Norman gastronomy.

Chef David Gallienne, passionate ambassador of his region, at the helm of the Jardin des Plumes (1 star in the Michelin Guide, 3 Toques and 15/20 in Gault&Millau) for three years now, and its rooms of character bucolic, Ô Plum’Art, will allow you to enjoy new culinary offerings from this high spot of Impressionism. As a natural extension of the museum, Oscar intends to offer a complete culinary experience in an inspiring artistic setting, showcasing the creativity that characterized the Impressionist movement.

We intend to create different gastronomic experiences for everyone!
From savory to sweet, with mixology and art of entertaining “à la Française”: a palette that will reflect the creative spirit of the Impressionist movement and the cultural atmosphere of the museum. Oscar will be a festive place, also punctuated by evening events for locals.

David Gallienne

More information is to come.