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Le restaurant parisien

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Passe une soirée inoubliable dans ce restaurant parisien !

Numéro d'article
10243
Points VIP
149
Âges
16+
Nombre de pièces
2469

Fonctionnalités

Sert les clients dans ce restaurant parisien avec un extérieur détaillé, une salle à manger, une cuisine carrelée, un appartement, un studio, un scooter et bien plus encore.
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Il y a beaucoup d'activité dans ce restaurant parisien. Un scooter passe devant, et à l'intérieur le serveur passe entre les tables alors qu'un jeune homme très nerveux se prépare à demander sa fiancée en mariage avec une bague ! Et il y a autant d'action en coulisses où le chef est très occupé à cuisiner. Ce bâtiment magnifique et très détaillé est le cadre de nombreuses histoires et constitue un excellent complément à la série des bâtiments modulaires. Le restaurant parisien comprend une cuisine complète avec des carreaux bleus et blancs, de la vaisselle, ainsi qu'un appartement confortable avec un lit rabattant, une petite cuisine et une cheminée. Au dernier étage se trouve la chambre de l'artiste avec un atelier qui inclut un poêle en fonte, un chevalet, un pinceau et deux œuvres d'art créées par l'artiste en herbe. À l'extérieur, des escaliers descendent vers la terrasse sur le toit décorée de lanternes suspendues et de fleurs, où les clients mangent en plein air. Ce splendide modèle de restaurant parisien, inclut même une façade avec des détails de croissants, de coquillages et de plumes qui reproduisent le style de Paris. Inclut 5 figurines : un chef, un serveur, une fille et un couple romantique.

  • Inclut 5 figurines : le chef, un serveur, une fille et un couple romantique
  • Inclut aussi un rat et 2 coquillages
  • La cuisine comprend un sol carrelé bleu et blanc, divers éléments de cuisine et différents ustensiles
  • L'appartement du premier étage comprend un lit rabattant, une kitchenette et une cheminée
  • Le dernier étage comprend un toit qui s'ouvre pour révéler un studio d'artiste avec un poêle, un chevalet, un pinceau, une palette et des œuvres d'art
  • Inclut de nombreux aliments pour les clients, notamment des croissants, un gâteau, 2 cupcakes, 2 grappes de raisin, 2 hotdogs, une dinde, des morceaux de formage, du lait, et des bouteilles colorées
  • Inclut aussi des croissants blancs difficiles à trouver, et des briques de couleur verte, bleu foncé et rouge foncé
  • Les détails soignés de l'extérieur incluent une façade avec des détails de croissant, un arrêt de bus, un trottoir, un scooter et même une benne et une poubelle à l'arrière
  • Affiche le menu imprimé pour inciter les clients à entrer
  • Collectionne et construis une ville entière avec la collection de bâtiments modulaires LEGO® : La mairie (10224) et le Palace Cinema (10232) !
  • Mesure plus de 30 cm de haut, 25 cm de long et 25 cm de large
Parisian Restaurant is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 155.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very excellent This is my first lego set. I like it very much. Its interior and external are very refinement. When I biult it, there were a lot of surprise. It's amazing. I think I will be a lego fan because of it. Could you please open Lego stores in Netherlands? We will be very happy!
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favourite... so far This set is simply so likeable that you have to think hard to find any cons. Ok, so I don't have many sets and this was my first modular. It doesn't matter really, because when I pay this much for a toy, I always have second thoughts regardless of its quality. Right here, I have none. This is the first time I can't think of any criteria being less than 5/5. First, the building is yummy. Quite simple really but hey, it's not Technic. Some stages may be monotonous for some people (like tiles, roof, some decorations), but they last for a few minutes and then you start doing something else. From time to time you need to stop building just to marvel at the results. That's why it took me 14 hours. The parts are usually small, but incredibly varied. The colors I like the most are olive green and dark blue. Decorative parts are wonderful. In the kitchen there are so many accessories that you'd cook yourself some dinner straight away, if you were a minifigure. Other useful parts include lots of plants, fences, tiles, windows and of course plenty of different bricks. THERE ARE NO STICKERS. Minifigures are nothing special for me. They just add to the Restaurant's playability which is quite considerable. They can cook, paint, clean windows, chase a rat, ride a bike or drink so many bottles of different brands, just to fall asleep on a nearby bench. I can guarantee you'll keep saving for another modular after getting this one.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Parisian Restaurant I've been wanting to get this set for a long time and when I finally got it, I, fortunately, wasn't disappointed. I enjoyed building the whole thing with so many different pieces throughout the build. It incorporated some new and interesting techniques that I had wondered how to do. Once built the restaurant looks impressive with the red carpet leading to the door where the ChezAlbert sign hangs above. The building features not common colours with the olive-green of the walls and dark blue of the roof. I like the alfresco dining as it is nicely tucked away, creating some privacy. The inside is great as well. There is plenty of room to play on the ground floor with the dining area and fully-equipped kitchen. I really liked the blue curtains and all the different components that made up the kitchen, such as the fridge and sink. I also liked the 2nd-floor apartment and top floor artist's studio and found they suited the building. They had some cool features such as an opening fireplace, and a bed that can be tucked away. I liked the minifigures that went with the set, even though their expressions were all standard, and found that they complemented the set nicely. Overall, it has been worth the wait as this set as gone past my expectations. It is my fist modular building set and I think it will go well with my expanding city and Lego collection.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunning I had a feeling that this modular would be my favourite when it was first announced. After finishing the build, it most definitely is my favourite modular. When you look at the finished exterior, you appreciate the building's detailing and design. But when you begin to look inside, the restaurant's details will blow you away. The build: the build was challenging, with a number of complex micro builds. Paying attention to the instructions is critical and I had a few backtracking moments. There are 4 sets of numbered bags which help. This modular uses a lot of smaller pieces to create the details and a lot of different colours. One of the best aspects of the build is a floor tile modelling in the front porch that you may notice after the furnishings are added, but it did make me smile. Minifigs: you get six minifigs and a scooter. Minifigs are fairly standard for a modular, but are geared to the theme of restaurant, including romance. See the description for what figs you get. For the sake of brevity, if you love challenging builds, buy this set. The best value of the modulars in my opinion. And seeing the restaurant come to life as you build, is a real treat. The details of the restaurant carry over into the apartment and the art studio. Finally, this set has the most interesting backyard of the modulars in my opinion. I could go on and on about this build!
Date published: 2014-01-02
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