Chef Jean-François Rouquette recommends his famous signature dish: abalones from Plouguerneau and sweet desserts by Pastry Chef Jimmy Mornet.
Sometimes you are hesitant to test a 2 star-Michelin that is nested in a 5 star hotel...we nevertheless took the chance and were amazed by the whole experience: Warm welcome, efficient, friendly, relaxed but classy service during the whole meal. Fine appetisers, and a six-course menu that offered great tastes and used high-quality products. Cheese options are limited but quality is great. Deserts were fine. In terms of price, the six-course menu is very reasonable. The wine list is large but rather expensive....A perfect meal with one suggestion: please change this horrible music!
Of course 5 stars. This restaurant should be close to a second Michelin star. The food was inventive, delicious and cleverly presented. Service was attentive without being intrusive. We had the wine pairings, which were generously poured and well thought out. It’s expensive but then you’re in one of the best restaurants in Paris!