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In Joël Robuchon’s private dining room, you’ll see the same plush style that’s found in the rest of the restaurant, with purple velvet curtains, gold and black accents and crystal chandeliers. The room is completely separate from the rest of the restaurant and seats 10 people comfortably, or 12 in a tight fit. Decorated with picture frames and candles, the private dining room feels like a posh personal residence. From the long dining table, you can look out on the indoor-masquerading-as-outdoor terrace, complete with a tall, ivy-covered wall. And for groups of seven or more, which likely will be seated in the private room, Joël Robuchon offers a set menu of refined French dishes. So go ahead and throw your intimate party at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant.