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Star lunch in Paris

Giannis | Nov 10, 201104:24 PM

I m thinking of having a lunch in a 2 or 3 michelin star restaurant in paris. From 2 stars I m only considering Jules Verne for the view and the supervision of alain ducasse (lunch at plaza athenee is too expensive at 220pp). From 3 stars I am between Le meurice(90 euros) Pierre Gagnaire(110euros) Eric frechon(85euros). Which one of the four would you consider the best choice in order to taste real starred cooking? For example even thought yannick alleno is very talented his lunch menu is very common. Is it possible to have lunch in any of those with no reservation or with reservation 3 days before? i have seen reviews mentioning half empty restaurant for pierre gagnaire at lunch. And last i would like to know if these prices of the lunch menus are final, or there are any supplements on that, except beverages and water. Thank you in advance

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