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$$$$ Price range per person 84-250 €
40 Avenue Paul Vaillant-Couturier, Tinqueux
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Tinqueux, Grand Est, France

The menu of French cuisine under the direction of the talented chef is wonderful at this place. In accordance with the visitors' opinions, waiters offer perfectly cooked caviar, foie gras and john dory here. Try good parfait, gâteau and macarons that are served at this bar. A selection of delicious champagne, wine or cordial is provided to guests. Some clients recommend great coffee, tea or juice at Assiette Champenoise.

At this place, you can hold any event, whether it's an anniversary, a wedding or a birthday party. The fabulous service and the hospitable staff are its great pluses. You will pay reasonable prices for your meal. The divine decor and charming ambiance let guests feel relaxed here. It's a three-star Michelin bar that is worth a special trip.

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Hong Kong & Macau.
The loveliest place with the loveliest staff. The wife and I was at our first autocamper holliday with our most lived dog Vilda and ended Up with a not working heater i 2 degree frost at a farm out in nowhere...We asked uncle Google for a dog freindly hotel and was welcomed as most beloved freinds.We was wonderfully feed by roomservice and the Day after helped to a Mechanix that fixed our heater...Though expencive - Go there...Its such a nice expirience
I always get mixed feeling approaching a Michelin-starred restaurant. I'm incredibly enthusiast at the idea of this type of privileged meal, but I also feel pressured to act to the up-point decent. I never get completely used to it and I feel expected to act precisely how they intend me to. I entered the gorgeous Mansion of l'Assiette Champenoise with the same kind of excitement/nerve but instead of a very standardized, codified approach, I got the warmest of welcome from the very elegant Mélanie Lallement, part owner with her brother and Chef Arnaud Lallement, and even their lovely mother. After a tour of the place, a visit of the rooms and various salons all in a very contemporary and trendy style, we were well at ease and already impressed.It's a family tale of delights and prestige delicately paired with local bubbly, and this Lallement dynasty is put forward even in the first dish Arnaud's vision of a potée Champenoise, a cube of cabbage and porc onto which a consommé is poured. This is a traditional dish served to pickers during harvest that his father would make at the family restaurant in Châlons-sur-Vesle. A first dish that sets the scene with a glass of Chartogne-Taillet, cuvée Sainte-Anne. The following few dishes highlighted very specific products. The second entrée showed an interest and know-how of both local and exotic ingredients combined with products of Sylvain Erhardt, famous asparagicultor and the very tastful, colourful Japanese Sancho pepper. Next was a Peanut raviole with a vert-jus sauce, a mix of raisined acidity and sugar which reminded me of the precise and distinctive balance looked for in a Champagne Vins clairs tasting. This was served with a glass of Nicolas Maillart Rosé grand cru. Then, it's back to a family tradition with a Lallement Père recipe dating back to 1978 of the amazing are Breton blue lobster with a sauternes emulsion. This and the next service was paired with the amazingly fresh and balanced Pol Roger extra brut. Already, we were at service number five. While my appetite disappeared, the succulent discoveries go on with a Saint-Pierre filet, declination of onions and a Nailly Prat vermouth emulsion followed by a very original green curry with celery mousse and flat puff pastry as savory as it sounds. Its sparkling follower was non-other than Louis de Sacy, incredibly rich and layered limited edition Cuvée XII, aged 12 years on lies in magnums only. The next main dish was my favourite, half a pigeon Pithiviers, spinach, foie gras and pigeon breast layered perfectly in a pastry coat. Apparently, this recipe was developed jointly with late Lallement fatherly. The very deep-colored and fruity Laurent Perrier rosé really did work perfectly with the elegant plate.About half a hundred choice of cheeses from Philippe Olivier in Normandy, a reconstituted illusion lemon dessert and other sweet mignardises later, the meal was sadly almost over. I got blind tested by the sommelier who brough the lovely Doyard ratafia. What was left is the coffee service which they succeeded in making as special as any other service. A selection of coffee beans and teas was presented in a series of jars that you could sniff and select. Options included the rarest and most recognized beans in the world such as Blue Mountain or Kopi Luwak. The reputation for excellence is well deserved. The very present and maty chef stolling in the dining room, meeting himself every client, was as lovely as the dishes he served us. I think the Assiette Champenoise should be a mandatory passage for any Grand cru and great wine visitors.
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40 Avenue Paul Vaillant-Couturier, Tinqueux, Grand Est, France
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