Lagardère redesigns Orly foodservice

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Lagardère Travel Retail has won the ADP Group tender to upgrade the foodservice offering at Paris-Orly, adding 10 dedicated spaces.

The first of the new restaurants will open in 2021. They will include Éric Kayser’s artisan bakery, the Cojean and Exki concept stores, and a food hall. Designed as a living space by the architecture and design agency Versions, the food hall will feature brands such as IT Trattoria, a restaurant developed by chef Christophe Adam, and La Rotonde Bellevilloise bar, operated in association with Parisian group Cultplace.

“We wanted to work alongside ADP Group to help make the new Orly a showcase for Parisian foodservice and so promote French expertise,” said Vincent Romet, managing director of Lagardère Travel Retail France and Luxembourg. “We want to offer a balanced portfolio of concepts which stand out both for their high level of quality, their strong commitment to social and environmental responsibility, and their innovative spirit.”

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