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Bust out the AmEx Black for Alain Passard’s iconoclastic, musical creations.
Into vegetables? 400 euros worth? Full review →
Deceptively simple dishes, such as a rich, mustard-based gazpacho with ice cream and heirloom Haut-Maine chicken with cabbage, squash blossoms, and baby root vegetables, are breathtaking.
Alain Passard’s vegetable centric haute gastronomy restaurant continues to be the top-ranked table in Paris in various guides and best restaurant lists throughout the world. Full review →
Alain Passard’s three-star restaurant near the Musée Rodin is one of the most highly regarded in Paris.
His dishes elevate the humblest vegetables to sublime heights. Full review →The understated decor places the emphasis firmly on the food, but try to avoid the gloomy cellar room.
Chef Alain Passard made waves years ago when he decided to put vegetables, not meat, in the spotlight at his three-star restaurant L’Arpège. Full review →
Triple Michelin-starred chef Alain Passard specialises in vegetables and inspired desserts like his signature tomatoes stuffed with a veritable orchard of a dozen dried and fresh fruits. Full review →
Precious woods and a Lalique inspired decor provide the backdrop for the dazzling vegetable inspired cuisine of this culinary genius. Full review →
Amazing vegetable dishes (and more) by three-star chef Alain Passard. Full review →
Alain Passard is one of France's truly great chefs - and he pushes boundaries here by giving vegetables... the thought you'll also find lobster, salmon and pigeon on his menus.
Passard is rightly considered a culinary genius but, more importantly, his food tastes sensational. Full review →
A main course of sautéed free-range chicken with a roasted shallot, an onion, potato mousseline and pan juices is the apotheosis of comfort food. Desserts are elegant. Full review →
Live out the ultimate farm-to-table fantasy with a meal at chef Alain Passard's Michelin three-starred restaurant. Full review →
"Vegetable lovers make the pilgrimage" to this corner of the 7th decorated with "understated elegance" (jacket required) to sample the "pristine" Haute Cuisine of chef-owner Alain Passard. Full review →