Quinsou - Michelin 1-Star Restaurant PARIS
Tucked away from the urban hustle and bustle in a surprisingly calm neighbourhood, lies the restaurant Quinsou, known for its inviting subtlety. Enjoying a discreet facade and understated interior, this gem offers the perfect setting for both lunch and dinner. Their accolades speak volumes about their culinary prowess, boasting a Michelin star and a commendable 3 toques in the Gault & Millau guide.
Inside Quinsou, one is greeted with a modern and raw ambience. The decoration adopts simplicity and sophistication, playing with elements like cement tiles and bare light bulbs. The well-placed mirrors give the illusion of a larger space, further enhancing the overall atmosphere. Amidst this minimalist setting, your attention is undeniably drawn to the gourmet spectacle unfolding on each table.
The driving force behind Quinsou's culinary excellence is Chef Antonin Bonnet. An alumnus of the renowned Sergent Recruteur, he brings his extraordinary talent and passion to Quinsou. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and profound reverence for high-quality ingredients, Bonnet is a true artisan in his craft.
Quinsou's menu is a testament to Bonnet's unpretentious yet stunningly creative cooking style. The dishes, like the fresh line-caught bass from Saint-Jean-de-Luz or the Salers beef fillet with roasted porcini mushrooms, are pure, sensitive, and void of frivolities. From the starter to the dessert, each course is a carefully curated experience that sings of excellent quality ingredients. In fact, a booking at Quinsou guarantees more than just a meal—it is a culinary journey. Their extensive drinks selection further complements the gastronomic voyage. The wine list, curated by their dedicated sommelier, features exquisite bottles from great winemakers from Champagne and other French or foreign regions, carefully chosen to enhance the flavours of each dish.
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.