creamed vegetable tart
carrot, spinach and beetroot puree tarts
beet sushi with fig leaf
black truffle, buckwheat waffle
vegetable ravioli, tomato consumee
salad, red onion, walnut sauce, parmesan
cevennes white onion gratin with black truffles
peas veloute with whipped creme chantilly
cous cous, semolina, vegetable sausage
dover sole with mushrooms and white wine sauce
roasted chicken in hay
Tarte aux Pommes “Bouquet de Roses”
vanilla macaron, chocolates with macadamia, and petits choux
This post is way overdue. We had our lunch tasting at L'Arpege over a year ago. Of all the meals during our European trip, L'Arpege put us in a food coma. I had to cancel our reservation at Pierre Gagnaire a few days later since we could no longer take on another tasting. I thought I paced our tasting menus per city but I think our stomachs couldn't handle the richness of French cuisine.
So good, so full.
The best bang for your buck in Paris is having tastings during lunch rather than at dinner. You can expect dinner prices to be nearly twice as much. The Parisians are also very generous with their servings. Can't decide if you want the fish or chicken? Why not have both! The waiters are more than willing to accommodate your request.
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75007 Paris, France
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