Guy Savoy - Michelin 2-Star Restaurant PARIS
Tucked away in the culturally rich neighbourhood of Paris, the restaurant Guy Savoy makes a commanding presence with its pristine location in the majestic Hôtel de la Monnaie. The establishment commands a stunning view of the Seine and the city's right bank, making it an ideal spot for both lunch and dinner. Boasting two prestigious Michelin stars and a remarkable 5 Gault & Millau toques, the restaurant continues to uphold its high culinary standards.
The grandeur of the restaurant's ambiance is further accentified by the modern yet timeless decoration, lending an atmosphere of sophisticated charm. Spread across multiple rooms adorned with contemporary paintings and sculptures, each table offers a unique experience. The archaic window frames that overlook the Seine imbibe the ambiance with a sense of rich history, seamlessly merging with the establishment's modern undertones.
At the heart of the restaurant is the mastermind Chef Guy Savoy. His passion for French cuisine is evident in every dish that leaves his kitchen, echoing the culinary skills that were honed since his early days in the kitchen of the Buvette de l'Esplanade in Bourgoin-Jallieu.
The restaurant offers a unique menu that brings together traditional French cuisine and Savoy's creative touch. The array of delicacies includes a signature artichoke and truffle soup, served with truffle butter brioche, and an innovative endive and foie gras dish. The main course, from the tender veal fillet Wellington to the langoustines from the casier, pays respect to the finest produce. Pair your meal with a selection from their expansive wine list, curated by the enthusiastic sommelier, Sylvain Nicolas. While reservations are highly recommended, be sure to leave room for a dessert that's as sublime as the rest of the meal, perhaps the subtle carrot hazelnut or the Tahitian vanilla millefeuille.
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.