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L'Ambroisie - Michelin 3-Star Restaurant PARIS

Florence Consul

Florence Consul

Located in the picturesque neighbourhood of Place des Vosges, L'Ambroisie offers an unforgettable gastronomic experience. Whether you're planning a lunch or dinner, this restaurant stands out with its prestigious three Michelin stars and four Gault & Millau toques. It's the epitome of culinary excellence in Paris, a city celebrated worldwide for its fine dining.

As you step inside, the intertwining of classic and contemporary elements within the décor captivates your attention. It's a feast for your eyes with its antique mirrors, black and white marble flooring, and surprisingly, vibrant modern wall panels illuminated with red diodes. This contrast creates an atmosphere that is both luxurious and welcoming, making your time at the table a pleasure beyond just the culinary delights.

The mastermind behind the culinary masterpieces is Chef Bernard Pacaud. Known for his modesty as much as his culinary prowess, Chef Pacaud lets his cuisine do the talking. Unswayed by trends, he meticulously crafts dishes of exceptional quality, bringing an artisan's precision to each element on the plate.

From the moment you make your booking, the anticipation of tasting the menu at L'Ambroisie begins. The cuisine, described as 'Classic Cuisine' by the Michelin guide and 'French, Cuisine d'auteur' by Gault & Millau, promises to tantalize your palate. Each course, from the starter to dessert, is a celebration of the finest ingredients. Dishes like the fricassée of lobster with sauce civet and mousseline Saint-Germain, or the tart fine sablée with bitter cocoa and vanilla ice cream, hint at a menu that marries tradition with creativity. Don't miss the chance to consult the sommelier for their wine recommendation, which is sure to complement your chosen dishes impeccably.

Florence Consul

About Florence Consul

Editor of Experiences Luxe since 2015, I love discovering new exclusive and authentic experiences all over the world. I left my home country (France) 6 years ago to become a global citizen, traveling 365 days out of the year. I am a foodie person and I make a point of tasting local specialities.