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#2 of 32710 places to eat in Paris
ClosedOpens at 12:00
French, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 148-388 €
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112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, Île-de-France, France
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Le Grand Musee du Parfum is a great attraction for tourists who come to eat at this restaurant after long walks. French cuisine is served at Épicure. You will find mouthwatering amuse bouches, caviar and cannelloni on the menu. Try tasty parfait, ice cream and chocolate macarons. A collection of delicious port wine, champagne or limoncello is recommended to visitors. In accordance with the reviewers' opinions, waiters offer good espresso, white tea or fruit juice.

A cozy place with a beautiful interior is all you need for a holiday with your family. Imagine a combination of great meals and the pleasant staff, this is exactly what this place provides you with. The fabulous service is something these restaurateurs care about. Prices at this spot claim to be reasonable. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that deserves a special journey.

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First time trying a three star Michelin rated restaurant and can say it is the best meal I've ever had. Been to single star restaurants before. I actually dislike spending that amount of money on food but still wanted to have a one-time experience in France. The Langoustine appetizer was delicious, and then we opted for the a la carte lunch with the scallops and blue lobster. Both impeccable. Even the best espresso. The desserts of coconut and hazelnut were exquisite. What completed the meal experience was the outstanding service. All of them were wonderful but Clement was my favorite and helped us the most. Thank you, Clement and all of the wonderful staff and chefs. Love from Chicago, USA
One of my favorite meals this year took place in the manicured gardens of Epicure Paris in Le Bristol Hotel. This was the perfect trifecta of ambiance, excellent food, and the best(!) service I've experienced thus far. The staff absolutely nailed my core service checklist - timing, knowledge of ingredients, a clear passion for their product, and anticipation of needs. At the three Michelin star level of fine dining, I really feel like these elements are to be expected. What took Epicure beyond was the unexpected - the jovial and almost comedic flair to the night. The maitre'd and servers had a fun rapport going, inserting just the right comments at the right moments. Even the way they tossed the rose petals for our anniversary celebration (purposefully goofy and haphazardly) put a smile on my face. I was delighted and laughing all evening. The Bread - A delightfully buttery ham brioche was the first bite, and throughout the night we were offered an endless variety of incredible bread. The salty bacon bread stick was also a favorite. The Butter - Oh that butter! Both the salted and unsalted varieties had a lovely depth only found in quality French butter. Niçoise Salad - A modern take featuring a hidden tuna liver center in a ball of white tuna foam. The red pepper jelly base with olives added a burst of flavor while the tiny croutons and onion cubes provided nice texture contrast. Stuffed Macaroni - Chef Eric Frechon's signature dish lived up to the hype with a delicious black truffle, artichoke, and foie gras filling. I thought the noodles were a tad thick, but they had great chew. Crab from Roscoff - Perfectly picked meat, with the claw tips still distinct. The crabmeat was set in a green tomato jelly with unexpected curry notes. The colorful coral and tarragon mayo drops were a nice pop visually and for the taste buds. Sea Bass - This was cooked in a salt crust and cut open with flair. Unfortunately the meat was over-seasoned and overcooked. However the mussels were perfectly tender and the fennel notes worked well. Blue Lobster - This also featured perfectly picked claw meat. The claws were tender, though the tail was rubbery. I enjoyed the firm crunch of the zucchini, and the pressed lobster head juice had nice depth. Cheese Cart - I was beyond stuffed at this point thanks to the generous portions, but how could I resist a lovely cheese cart in France? Of course, we had special bread just for this course - a walnut raisin cranberry bread that had quite the impressive crust. Palate Cleanser - A bright orange blossom sorbet with mango jelly and lime zest. Hazelnut from Cervione - A bird's nest of perfectly(!) crispy noodles made from roasted hazelnut foam with a decadent hazelnut praline ice cream center. This was topped with raspberry sauce. My favorite dish of the night! Peru Chocolate - In an edible cocoa pod shaped bowl was a chocolate sorbet filling - both creamy and crunchy, with lemongrass gelee bits. Dessert Cart - I tried three macarons - passionfruit milk chocolate, nutella, and black current. I thought the macarons had wonderful chew and flavor, though they were overfilled for my taste. The passionfruit marshmallow was the softest ever! Oh yes, I also tried the quality dark chocolate coffee discs and buttery, salted caramels. Merci to the Epicure Paris team for making such a wonderful memory for our anniversary trip! For all photos and my full review, see my blog post here: willwanderforfood.com/20…
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This was an absolutely stellar dinner experience! We got the chef's selection menu which included 2 starters: -Cold crab dish, I'm allergic to crab so they substituted that with a their Langostines starter that was wonderful!! -Stuffed macaroni with foie gras and black truffle 2 main course: -Line caught whiting fish with an almond crust -Their Duck dish which was heavenly!! 5 selections of cheese and 2 desserts to finish off the night. Compliments to the chef for the symphony of flavours that transitioned perfectly into the next course. The staff was extremely attentive and their service was excellent. I highly recommend trying out this 3 star Michelin restaurant while you are in Paris. Ask for a seat out on their rose garden as it's beautiful on a warm night and quite romantic.
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112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking No takeaway Parking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
MondayMon 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
TuesdayTue 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
WednesdayWed 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
ThursdayThu 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
FridayFri 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00
SaturdaySat 07:00-10:30, 12:00-14:00

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