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Fodor's Paris 2014
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Perhaps the most traditional—for many diners this is only high praise—of all Paris luxury restaurants, this grande dame basks in renewed freshness under brilliant chef Alain Solivérès, who draws inspiration from the Basque country, Bordeaux, and Languedoc for his daily menu. Traditional dishes such as scallops meunière (with butter and lemon) are matched with contemporary choices like a splendid spelt risotto with truffles and frogs' legs or panfried duck liver with caramelized fruits and vegetables. One of the 19th-century paneled salons has been turned into a winter garden, and contemporary paintings adorn the walls. The service is flawless, and the exemplary wine list is well priced. All in all, a meal here comes as close to the classic haute-cuisine experience as you can find in Paris. There's an €102 lunch menu and special wine "degustation" evenings, pairing food with exceptional wines from their legendary cave for €180.
- Address: 15 rue Lamennais, 8e Champs-Élysées, Paris, 75008 | Map It
- Phone: 01–44–95–15–01
- Website: www.taillevent.com
- Metro Charles-de-Gaulle–Étoile.
- Location: Champs-Élysées
- Jacket and tie.
- Reservations essential.
- Credit cards accepted.
- Closed weekends and Aug.
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