Imported from Australia in the 18th century by the British navigator and explorer James Cook, the Mimosa is one of the many benefits from the other side of the world that European sailors brought back to continental Europe.

A SOLAR ATMOSPHERE

Imported from Australia in the 18th century by the British navigator and explorer James Cook, the Mimosa is one of the many benefits from the other side of the world that European sailors brought back to continental Europe.

THE RIVIERA SPIRIT OF THE HOTEL DE LA MARINE

Despite its distance from any shoreline, MIMOSA takes us on a journey South, setting course for the French Riviera and its legendary ease of living, embodied best of all by a Jean-François Piège -signed menu. “At MIMOSA, you will find the cuisine I love, the one that, with each bite, makes the sun and the joy of living sparkle, like an endless summer”

The last remaining piece was to create MIMOSA’s unique identity. For Jean-François Piège, it was an obvious choice. “Very quickly, the idea of a table of the sun, celebrating Mediterranean cuisine, a style I love but which I had not yet had the opportunity to practice?”


A TABLE FULL OF JOY

Mimosa represents three key words: nature, pleasure and sun.
For chef Jean-François Piège, “Mimosa is an ode to France, to its exceptional products, to its heritage and to its identity. And to do so, we require nothing artificial, complicated or overwhelming! “At MIMOSA, you will find the cuisine I love, the one that, with each bite, makes the sun and the joy of living sparkle, like an endless summer”