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4.5 based on 283 reviews
Bel Canto restaurant in Neuilly just north of Paris��� Bois de Boulogne has music on the menu. The waiters are also students from the world-famous Paris Conservatoire and several times each evening they burst into song, performing the arias you adore from Puccini, Verdi, Mozart and more. You may spot the next Pavarotti, who knows? The dining room in the former mansion has been designed like a small theatre, with gleaming grand piano set centre stage beneath a crystal chandelier with white-linened tables arrange on two levels for maximum visibility. (NB This also makes Bel Canto Neuilly a superb spot for corporate entertaining, banquets and presentations.) The three-course, seasonally-changing Lyric Menu offers dishes like pressed crabmeat with saffron, crunchy cabbage and ricotta, traditional beef fillet a la plancha with gratin potatoes and pannacotta with honey and lavender. Mostly-Italian wine list.
Let's say more than half of the steep price they charge is for the (very good) singers and piano player. The food is good, but not more than that, while you pay as much as in a restautant with a Michelin star. But what a joy to hear such great voices from so close, and what a joy to be able to chat with those artists!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The title more or less sums up my lunch at Le Cinq.
The dining room was beautiful with the tables very generously spaced to allow a lot of privacy.
The service was impeccable and lived up to the Four Seasons brand. Frank was particularly nice to me.
I'd the 4-course lunch with came with various amuse bouche, pre-desserts and mignardises. All the things I ate were nicely presented and delicious. The cold sea urchin souffle was creamy, smooth and flavourful. For the main course, instead of the not-so-special grilled codfish, I opted for lightly smoked black rice with creamy black pudding with passion fruit coulis which the waiter said was a new dish by chef Christian Le Squer. It's surprisingly good.
I didn't give 5 stars because the food lacked the edge which I usually look for in a restaurant with 3 Michelin stars. Also, I'm not a huge fan of spherification which was used in the amuse bouche, pre-dessert and dessert.
Still it's an extremely enjoyable lunch.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
The restaurant offers a 39 euro 3-course fixed price menu as well as a la carte choices. The three of us went the a la carte route. Our selections, sweetbreads, bouillabaisse, and duck breast were outstanding. The staff were friendly and engaging. The wine list was reasonably broad, with some relatively good values.
4.5 based on 175 reviews
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What an unexpected surprise to find this tiny restauran in Levalloist. It was with some trepidation we entered as the concept of there being no menu seemed a bit strange even although we are used to things being "ardoise" more and more in France.
On our arrival we were very cordially greeted by the chef and waiter. At this point we were the only two people in the tiny restaurant which seats approx 22 people.
After taking the order for the aperitif the waiter then explained the concept of the restaurant asking if we had any particular dislikes or allergies. We were happy to be surprised by each course as it arrived. There was a delightful amuse-bouche of tomato gazpacho served as we waited for our first course. To our delight the first course was a fresh fried foie gras served with avocado.It was cooked to perfection. Following the foie gras another delight as another favourite arrived.... a beautifully cooked Magret de Canard with an absolutely delicious mousse of potato which was a light as air accompanied by a delicious sauce. Dessert proved to be another delight being a beautifully poached black fig on an almond sponge topped with spun sugar and a frozen yoghourt . Coffee was of an excellent quality and the wine "Petit Amour" was very drinkable. During the evening the atmosphere was very amicable as the restaurant filled up completely within a short period of time. It was interesting to observe the reactions of other patrons as they also awaited their culinary surprises with anticipation
Definitely a well kept secret of Levallois and perfect for that relaxed evening out with a special culinary twist. "Chapeau-bas" to the Chef and waiter for making this a special evening
4.5 based on 163 reviews
I thought this restaurant was fantastic. The front of house staff were welcoming, efficient and very helpful. The food was original, creative and perfectly executed. The cerviche was faultless and the langoustine risotto was simply superb. The crowd was local and, I think I was the only non-local. I will definitely be back and won't be surprised to find this restaurant Michelin starred next time.
4.5 based on 492 reviews
Great experience at the restaurant! We showed up at 9:30pm, 30 minutes before their posted closing time and we were seated promptly. We ordered a Vedi Vini Vini salad and a Formula 1 crepe. We followed up with a sugar lemon crepe for dessert and had their local craft beer (white) as a drink.
First off before I get into the food, the service was amazing. The menu was only in French so I needed to ask for a translation. The waiter translated every single savoury crepe for us! As well as the salads.
The food came hot and fresh, albeit a little slow because they were so slow. The salad was very fresh and naturally flavoured (read: not a lot of dressing, but not dry), and the chicken was grilled perfectly and not doused in sauces. The crepe itself didn't have a lot of flavour and the ingredients really stood out.
The dessert crepe came and I chatted with the server for a bit, before he left he checked the temperature and noticed it had dropped so he brought us a new one at no charge! As he said, the experience is better hot. Amazing service! And truly looking out for the customer experience.
Highly recommended if you're near champs-élysées and don't want to be ripped off with a tourist trap meal. 2 train rides away, about 20 minutes total.
4.5 based on 286 reviews
Ordered the lunch special with the drink, soup, basil chicken and jasmine rice. Delicious flavors, fast, friendly service. Sat downstairs and it was cozy and nicely decorated. They spoke stellar English which I always appreciate as my French is basic and gets rusty between visits. Kinda off the beaten path but worth a visit.
4.5 based on 302 reviews
I was alerted to this restaurant by Tripadvisor, which recently hasn't been such a solid recommendation for restaurants, but this time it didn't just live up to expectations it exceeded them. i was there early but it was filling up constantly and in a short...MoreDear AJMacD, Thankyou for your warm feedback and very happy you'd enjoyed your dinner. Best regards
4.5 based on 172 reviews
We found this restaurant by accident while walking home from shopping and decided to return for supper. The waitress and cook helped translate from the French for us and we're very supportive and friendly. The food was good and the prices were reasonable. We found out that they had only been open for a week . We highly recommend this restaurant if you are in this area. Excellent value for money and very friendly people.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Great find, via TripAdvisor app. Well worth the 15 minute walk from the large hotels at La Defense or a trip out from the centre of Paris. A very friendly welcome, off the beaten track and definitely not a touristy area, its located in a...MoreHi Nick, Many thanks for your feedback, we are really glad to read that you had a good experience in our restaurant. We would be happy to see you again for your next visit in Paris ! La Perle de l'Ecailler
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