Does anyone know whether they serve the less expensive set menu for lunch on the weekends?
Nothing on their web site says they don't, but I would call and ask. or email.
The Michelin guide does not show any restrictions either (which may mean it's even available at dinner?) but I agree about checking beforehand to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
Thanks for the advice. I'll give them a call. After a week eating through Paris, have to start watching the wallet.
I was lucky to stay there for a week and to have 4 dinners and two lunches there. It is worth every penny you spend. Maybe the best chef in France right now.
Did you do the tasting menu or a la carte? Any menu recommendations? We are also from New York, though we live in Berlin currently (which btw, is a foodie wasteland).
There were 17 of us, and we were all served the same menu every time, so I don't know whether it was the tasting menu or a special one devised for us.
I have never eaten cauliflower prepared more innovatively or deliciously! (and I like cauliflower).
I've had the 3-course prix fixe (it was 55 euros then, 59 according to Michelin now), and though there are no choices and the dishes offered will vary, everything we had was fabulous, and it is a very generous amount of food.
Thanks rrems: Was this during lunch or dinner? Weekday or weekend?
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