Fodor's Expert Review La Tour d'Argent
You can't deny the splendor of this legendary Michelin-starred restaurant's setting overlooking the Seine; if you don't want to splurge on dinner, treat yourself to the three-course lunch menu for €85. This entitles you to succulent slices of one of the restaurant's numbered ducks (the great duck slaughter began in 1919 and is now well past the millionth mallard, as your certificate will attest). Don't be too daunted by the vast wine list—with the aid of the sommelier you can splurge a little and perhaps taste a rare vintage Burgundy from the extraordinary cellars, which survived World War II.
15–17 quai de la Tournelle
Paris, Île-de-France 75005, France
- Duck in all its glorious forms
- One of the city's best wine lists
- Fabulous Seine-side setting with glorious views