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Le Cinq

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#4 of 32710 places to eat in Paris
Open now 19:00 - 21:30
French, European, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 145-451 €
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31 Avenue George V
Paris, Île-de-France, France
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This restaurant offers you nice food and a place to rest after a long walk around American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Do not delay your visit – seriously, the French cuisine is waiting for you. Here you will be offered nicely cooked calamari, French onion soup and caviar. Try tasty parfait, chocolate fudge and ice cream. This place is famous for delicious port wine, champagne or cordial. You will hardly forget great chocolate frappe, rose tea or juice that you can find.

The cosy atmosphere makes Le Cinq a good choice for a family dinner. The crew is hospitable that's what makes this place so nice. Fabulous service is something that people note in their comments. Many guests say that prices are adequate for what you get. Besides, the decor is divine. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that is worth a special trip.

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Came here two years ago for my birthday dinner. It was also our first meal in Paris. Everything was on point.   The place was classy, elegant and beautiful. Service was impeccable and food was amazing. Incredible experience.
I had lunch today at Alleno Ledoyen. They have three Michelin stars just like Le Cinc - I was here yesterday. The comparison stops there. By comparison Le Cinq should only have one Michelin star. Ledoyen clearly deserves their 3 stars. The food is far superior at Ledoyen. I looked forward to each amazing course that was presented to me. The creativity was magical. I would strongly encourage anybody who is looking for a superior meal to choose Ledoyen over Le Cinc Le Cinc seems to be trying to introduce some Scandinavian influence into their presentation and preparatiom. In my opinion it is not working.They should either go all the way and hire someone from Noma to get it right or just stick with contemporary French cuisine. I actually sent one of the courses back at Le Cinq. The flavours and textures seemed out of balance. Even the bread was mediocre at best. The arrogant sommelier tried to tell me that I should like the rose wine that he brought to me. He highlighted why he liked it but didn't understand why I didn't agree with him. I sent it back and he brought me a very nice white wine. They do not here have a by the glass wine list. It seems that you are at the mercy of the sommelier if you are ordering wine by the glass. On the plus side this restaurant is probably one of the most beautiful restaurants in all of Paris. You will be hard pressed to find a restaurant with more beautiful flowers. I don't recall ever seen a hotel with flowers this beautiful. The service was impeccable. It could not have been better! Here's the bottom line. If you want to impress someone with an absolutely gorgeous setting and you aren't that concerned about the food then by all means you should give Le Cinc a try. If you are real foodie and amazing food is what you are after then Ledoyen is for you. It is impressive looking as well but not as impressive as Le Cinc. I give them 3 Yelp stars on a relative basis. The food should be better.
This is the best restaurant ever! Trust me, I'm a tough critic and most places usually just get 3 stars, but everything here was amazing. The atmosphere, the food, the service, all excellent. I can see why this is a 3 Michelin star. Every dish was delicious. All the servers were very attentive. My husband spilled something on his sleeve and immediately a server brought him a hot towel to wipe it and even offered to clean it for him. The champagne here was really good too. I forget what I had, but it was a reserve from 2006. We only got a glass of wine to pair with the dinner and their recommendation was also good. Definitely recommend this place if you want fine dining in Paris.
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Address
31 Avenue George V, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking No takeaway Parking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
MondayMon 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
TuesdayTue 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
WednesdayWed 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
ThursdayThu 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
FridayFri 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30
SaturdaySat 12:30-14:00, 19:00-21:30

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