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11 expert recommendations
When Restaurant Magazine named le Meurice among the "World's 50 Best Restaurants" they described the place as "classic, timeless, shameless".
One-stop chocolat shopping. Full review →
Yannick Alleno has established himself as one of the finest chefs in Paris, and a meal here is as carefully orchestrated as a ballet.
Located in Paris’ first arrondissement with beautiful views of the Tuileries Garden, Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse sits in one of the finest luxury hotels in Paris, Le Meurice Full review →
As for the dining room, it remains the same, one of the most beautiful in Paris (not to say the world), facing the Tuileries garden and decked out with marble. Full review →
The very best ingredients cooked in a subtle and understated way by chef Yannick Alléno. Some of the finest cooking in Paris. Full review →
Head chef Yannick Alleno's cuisine reveals a brilliant alliance of classicism and inventiveness, where even the simplest ingredients are transformed into the most extravagant flavours.
Food by Yannick Alléno, design by Starck, a starry combination. Full review →
You might start with foie gras "iodized" in sugar bread, followed by veal sweetbreads with chestnuts, and finish with melted meringue with pink grapefruit and green apple jelly.
Philippe Starck’s redo of this Paris institution, including its Michelin three-starred restaurant, features some surreal touches, from table legs shod in fancy footwear to a frosted mirror. Full review →
"This is what heaven must be" enthuse the admirers of these "sublime", "highly exciting" Haute Cuisine dishes. Full review →