Le Meurice

Eating in the glamorous dining room at the Hotel Meurice is the best choice for anyone who dreams of an experience of Gallic gastronomic grandeur. The Hotel Merice located in the heart of the city. It was redecorated; however it still remained every French feature. There are mosaic floors, crystal chandeliers, heavy damask curtains at the windows overlooking the Tuileries Gardens across the street. Also, traditional but friendly services light up the magnificent space.


In 2007, Chef Yannick Alléno received a third Michelin star and a deep knowledge of classical Escoffier vintage culinary technique motivates his brilliantly inventive cooking. In addition to such recent creations as crispy green ravioli with a fricassee of snails and wild garlic, a starter, and spit-roasted red-wine marinated pigeon with red cabbage and apple juice, Alléno is cleared to be a dedicated chef by using rare materials from the Ile de France, cabbage from Pontoise, honey from hives on the roof of Paris's Opéra Garnieron his regularly evolving.


Macéo is managed by Englishman Mark Williamson. He also is a boss of Willi’s Wine Bar which is a favorite local place for Parisian. This is a wonderful restaurant with oxblood walls, wedding cake and parquet floors overlook the Palais Royal in the center of Paris. Chef Thierry Bourbonnaisis good at cooking many vegetable dishes on his menu – making this a good choice for vegetarians –


Also, he regularly changes tasting menu basing on a single vegetable, such as asparagus or tomatoes. Dishes like scallops marinated in sea weed oil on a bed of quinoa and wild sea bass with baby carrots and mange toute on a bed of cumin-scented bulghur show off his cosmopolitan style. Especially, there is an excellent wine list making Macéo stand out. Come and have a fun with Macéo.