Sunday Dinner in Paris
I'm going to Paris for a wedding in mid-May and unfortunately only have one evening to eat at a fabulous restaurant. Most unfortunately that night is a Sunday. After researching these boards I've come up empty at both Gagnaire and L'Astrance and several other highly recommended places for dinner.
The folks at amex who were helping me have recommended some of the following:
Le Cafe de La Paix
Le Jules Verne
Marius et Janette
I wanted to get some feed back on those choices and see if anybody had any other great recommendations for a no-holds barred dinner (my uncle has graciously agreed to foot the bill)
We're staying in Saint Germain but are not restricted to that neighborhood. We are having lunch at Le Cinq so would like to preferably go somewhere different in feel.
Thank you very much in advance.
I think we clearly got that sundat was the main issue, which is why we recommended places that are open on sunday nights: Le Cinq, le Bristol, La Grande Cascade, Pierre Gagnaire... As Dr. T suggests, Le Cinq or Gagnaire are hardly compatible with another meal the same day.
As for deliciousness, it is alas never guaranteed. But I can guarantee that Gagnaire will be suprising and overwhelming one way or the other.