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Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

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Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

This movie just came out today and I just saw it. It is pleasant movie that takes place in the south of France and some in Paris.

The show a couple of scenes in a restaurant in Paris with a great view. Now I know the movie version of this restaurant is fiction- but am curious. What restaurant/ building is this filmed.

Maybe too new for anyone who would know to have seen.

Know the town the other parts were shot was Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val ( well according to Google).

Just curious.

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1. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

Sorry can't help but I am looking forward to that movie,looks sweet and funny.

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2. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

I'm seeing it tomorrow. I'll be on the lookout for that scene.

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3. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

The exterior shots were of l'Institut du Monde Arabe and the interior was quite similar to

noura.com/traiteur-restaurants-libanais-pari…

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4. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

St Antonin-noble-val is in the southwest of France--the south is pretty big...

More precisely, it is on the Aveyron river, in the Tarn et Garonne departement, capital Montauban (a "bastide" i.e medieval planned town)

The whole area..along with the neighbouring departements, is very picturesque and much less known by North American tourists than the Dordogne.

If you are interested in going there, a car is a must.

Don't expect freeways, not even "national" roads...along all the rivers the roads twist and turn, twist and turn ..

Don't expect trains to St Antonin. There is one from Bordeaux to Montauban that takes about 2hrs. From Paris this means 6 hrs, to be on the safe side.

Montauban has about 100 000 people, and numerous grand old buildings. There is a museum to the painter Ingres inside an interesting castle...

In France a hobby is called " violon d' Ingres" as the painter loved playing the violin (painting was a job)

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5. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

Thanks djk and 3 gats. Cute movie ( though predictable)- but some really nice scenery.

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6. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

Just saw the movie today. Noticed the Pompidou Center mentioned in the credits, and then determined that the restaurant was Georges there.

http://www.beaumarly.com/georges/accueil

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7. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

I Just finished reading the book, and highly recommend it. Don't know how faithfully the movie has interpreted the story.

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8. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

Yes F1racegirl , that must be it!

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9. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

It's restaurant Georges at the top floor of the Pompidou Center in the 4th Arr..

You can avoid buying a ticket to the museum to get up there: Take the red-doored elevator on the plaza to the left of the entrance. It costs 3 euros, but that's cheaper than a museum ticket.

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10. Re: Scene from the movie One Hundred Foot Journey

Yes it is Colleen - I answered the question in post #6.