Fodor's Expert Review Quinsou
The serious, unpretentious, and mightily creative cuisine here quickly catapulted Quinsou to culinary fame. An emphasis on first-rate growers and suppliers puts vegetables in the limelight, though fish, shellfish, and game also make welcome appearances in the small number of market-fresh dishes that grace the daily menu. Prix-fixe menus are the only options, with three- or four-course lunch menus (€42 or €58 respectively) or a five-course dinner menu (€86). It's difficult to convey the originality of these dishes, but Parisians are smitten, and you will be, too.
33 rue de l'Abbé Grégoire
Paris, Île-de-France 75006, France
- Highly original seasonal cuisine
- Warm and welcoming service
- Good value prix-fixe menus (especially for lunch)