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Pick two! -- Pierre Gagnaire, Taillevent, Le Cinq, L'Arpege, others?

pauliface | Oct 4, 201103:45 PM

I am fortunate enough to be returning to Paris soon.

Paris has been very good to me in the past.
Unlike many other cities, I've really never been truly let down by fine dining in Paris.

I have been to, and LOVED, Lasserre, L'Astrance , L'Ambroisie , and Tour D'Argent. ( I know that some on CH don't regard Tour D'Argent terribly highly, but I had their signature duck, and it was truly memorable, with an exquisite cherry sauce.)

On this trip, we'll have 2 opportunities for long delicious dinners.

Currently, I'm leaning towads Pierre Gagnaire and Taillevent.
But Le Cinq and L'Arpege are strong contenders.
And we're open to other suggestions.

My preference is toward degustation-type menus.
I'd like at least one of the two to be this style.
And ideally, one restaurant would be more traditional, the other more modern/experimental.

Thank you in advance for any help you can offer...

15 Rue Lamennais, Paris, Île-de-France 75008, FR

9 Place des Vosges, Paris, Île-de-France 75004, FR

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