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6 Rue Balzac, Paris
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Al tiempo que los clientes disfrutan de las vistas de Le Rendez-Vous Toyota, también reservan una mesa aquí para degustar sus ricas recetas. Degusta platos de la cocina francesa en este restaurante. Pierre Gagnaire se enorgullece de sus generosos cangrejos, sus tiernos aperitivos y su atrayente anchoa. Una serie de visitantes estiman que aquí puedes probar un casero suflé, un delicado helado y unos singulares macarones. Su insuperable vino de Oporto, su sorprendente champán y su estupendo vino blanco son el punto clave de este lugar. Merece la pena degustar aquí un sensacional café, un espectacular té rojo o un delicioso té helado.

Acércate por este lugar si quieres celebrar tu aniversario, boda o fiesta de cumpleaños. Este restaurante es muy recomendable por su extraordinario personal. Te va a gustar su divino servicio. Es de esperar que los precios en Pierre Gagnaire sigan siendo justos. Una decoración excepcional y su atmósfera encantadora ayudan a sus clientes a sentirse relajados. Es un restaurante con tres estrellas Michelin que se ha ganado una visita especial.

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La HISTORIA del ..... Restaurant PIERRE GAGNAIRE París France ...... La AMISTAD y el buen SABOR siempre perdura en el TIEMPO Merci marcel
Always amazing. Always way too much food. I still have not figured out how to make it the end of the meal with room for dessert.
Expectations were set high for our dining experience at Pierre Gagnaire. The cool, elegant ambiance of Gagnaire's restaurant seemed to preview an afternoon of dining excellence for which we were well prepared to enjoy. From your entrance to your desert, this Michelin Three-Star restaurant serves up interesting food, attention to detail, and impeccable service.   Pierre Gagnaire is located in business/finance district at the Hotel Balzac. The ambiance is traditional, classic, elegant and nuanced.   During our lunch, we were seated at a table on the second level of the single-story restaurant. This was nice, as we were able to observe the main dining area throughout our entire meal. I reccomend asking for this area for seating. The table was beautifully set, down to the napkins, each uniquely embroidered. The flatware and dishes were all stylish and nuanced. I found myself noticing the intricacies of each item throughout the meal. Other guests seemed to be business colleagues and a few couples, all 40 and up. This was not a young crowd. As expected, we interacted with the sommelier, maitre'd, and manager at some point during the meal and I really do feel they attended us with great care and class. There were several types of bread offered. Nothing I would prefer over the offerings at my local boulangerie, but the butter served with the bread was creamy, fresh, and unique. We chose to order the pre-fixe lunch option in order to try the kitchens best for the day. The amuse bouche certainly was amusing for our pallets but not what I would call delicious, in fact, 2/6 of them had a strong fishy taste that was not pleasing. We tried: -Various breadsticks and butters. Presentation was colorful and amusing. -The grapefruit, beetroot "salad. This was bright and citrusy. -The mussle with Spanish chorizo. This was too fishy and very salty -A Tuna Sushi- delicious -A fois gras enveloped in a decadent coating. The presentation was cute but flavor was not great. We paired our starters with an exceptional Laurent Perrier sparkling rosé served at the perfect chilled temperature. Our main plate arrived, a tender lamb filet mignon Medalion wrapped in pesto and Philo dough, served with a spinach puree, fall roasted vegetables and squid in accent. This plate was dark and decadent in appearance. In addition, we were served a side of lamb fillet diced with potatoes and onions, sort of a "Mirepoix" but with Lamb instead of carrot. This mixture was sauteed in butter and dressed in squid ink. I must admit the entire selection was too salty for my taste. I found the lamb medallion to be cooked perfectly and the presentation to be phenomenal. I do not find the squid ink side was necessary or added value to the course in any way. the color was entirely black and unappealing and eating this was very messy as you may imagine. (I appreciate the staff for relieving our embarrassment when the ink was splattered on our crisp white table cloths by bringing additional linens to cover them up. ) finally, our desserts was delicious. The selections were not described to us. This was fine because we were able to play the game of guessing what each thing was. In the petit four collection I tasted: -Pickled Ginger -Pomegranate-Lemon -Green Apple -Cranberry-White Chocolate Afterward, we were brought my favorite item which was a coffee icecream with bruléd sugar anise syrup and prune. This dish was both interesting and delicious which was impressive and excited considering some of the other items had been either-or. Overall, the experience was memorable and interesting in a wonderful way. I found the food to be complex, sophisticated, and artistic, but at times a bit ostentatious. Sometimes simpler is better. In the end, the plethora of options in the 90€ pre fixe lunch, delicious wine (knowledgable sommelier), and impeccable service made up for any distasteful bites I encountered during our meal. I was not in love with the cuisine but I  still recommend Pierre Gagnaire for anyone looking for an interesting and pleasant Michelin dining experience.
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6 Rue Balzac, Paris, Isla de Francia, Francia
Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Sin asientos al aire libre Reserva Estacionamiento Acceso para discapacitados No wifi No es para llevar TV
LunesLun 12:00-13:30, 19:30-21:30
MartesMar 12:00-13:30, 19:30-21:30
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