235 - 390 EUR • Classic Cuisine MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Ambrosia was the food of the gods on Mount Olympus. un service de haute volée, conduit par des maitres d'hôtel efficaces et discrets, une cuisine succulente et tout en justesse tant dans les saveurs que dans les choix des accompagnements et une carte des vins généreuse. Even writing this review I find it difficult to express or adequately describe how PERFECTLY prepared the meal was. Since his son took over, however, gentle changes have been introduced With the menu changing seasonally, we will make it a point to find our way back!More, A group of friends and I (10 in total) decided to put together a trip to France that would highlight the very best of French cuisine, wine, and touring. Pushy staff tried to convince my...wife to order more courses, making her feel guilty and then haughtily scoffed at our desire to only have wine by the glass... Shouldn’t we assume their wine-by-the-glass is good? Michael Rigolet (L'Ambroisie) Michael Rigolet (L'Ambroisie) is on Facebook. Il me rejoindra à Sanary dans le restaurant familial où on pensera une cuisine à quatre mains. L’Ambroisie has over the years declined. Atmosphere was too formal for lunch and actually took away from the special feeling of dining at such a prestigious establishment. Il passera par le café de Paris à Saint-Tropez. I feel completely ruined and will compare any meal to the exquisite food I just ate here. L’Ambroisie Parisian Institution. Very disappointing and not anywhere near worth the price. I did not stop to take pictures because the meal called for full attention. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. OUR RESTAURANT MENUS include breakfast, lunch and dinner. I would recommend any of the other fine dining establishments in Paris.More, Bernard Pacaud is a legendary chef who worked his way up to finally run his own 3 star restaurant, now for many years. Un vin délicieux rendra votre repas encore plus delicieux et vous fera certainement revenir. Is this restaurant suitable for solo dining? Are you sure you want to delete this answer? While service remains strong, the menu no longer deserves...any Michelin stars.More. The staff also pays attention to every small detail and are so thoughtful and patient. Ambrosia was the food of the gods on Mount Olympus. I think they’re only open for dinner too. I am a foodie and have dined all over the world. Are you sure you want to delete this question? The textures and flavors were simply out of this world. L’Ambroisie situé à Paris 4 (75) est un établissement de type Restaurant Gastronomique, consultez leur carte-menu (2 pages), les horaires d'ouverture, 3 photos à voir It is also the only such restaurant that does not advertise. Extremely comfortable restaurant; one of our most delightful places. I would recommend any of the other fine dining establishments in Paris. The Pacauds and L’Ambroisie have lived in No.9 Place des Vosges since 1987, moving from his then original 8 seater restaurant from the other side of the bank, across the Seine. A dish will cost you €100 plus. OUR GROUP MENUS will suit all styles of events, from weddings to corporate gatherings, from cocktail dinatoire to elegant banquet dinners. We left with a printed menu signed by the chef which I will treasure. 390 Their famous egg dishes are flat. Une véritable table 3 étoiles qui mérite qu'on s'y arrête et qu'on y revienne. It is something you not only taste but FEEL down to your soul. Even writing this review I find it difficult to express or adequately describe how PERFECTLY prepared the meal was. Already a two Michelin star chef in Paris, at the new Ambroisie he achieved the ultimate third star in 1988, a title he and the restaurant have kept ever since. Copyright © 2020 MICHELIN Guide. The other dishes were okay but not...exceptional. A dish will cost you €100 plus. merci de votre compréhension. Vaut le voyage ! You will definitely over your budget. Continue your visit to www.tripadvisor.com, Top Michelin Star French Restaurants in Paris. HEBERGEUR : Online SAS BP 438 75366 PARIS Cedex 08 WEBMASTER : RestoPro X Accueil Menu des fêtes À emporter Le restaurant Notre Carte Carte Menus The menu (EN) Formulas (EN) We followed with a “green egg” with caviar, a description that is world’s away from doing this great entree justice. No “wow” or pizzazz factor in the professionally executed dishes. interact with the diners, should they be invited to. Definitely not Michelin 3 star quality and we have eaten at many other Michelin 3 star restaurants in Paris and other French cities. - We followed with a “green egg” with caviar, a description that is world’s away from doing this great entree justice. L'Ambroisie, Paris: See 527 unbiased reviews of L'Ambroisie, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,714 of 18,038 restaurants in Paris. L'Ambroisie offers an exceptional expression of classic French Haute Cuisine, a continuous feast for the senses in the regal setting of a 16th century townhouse on Place des Vosges, Paris L’Ambroisie , Chef Bernard Pacaud’s 3 Michelin star Paris restaurant, proclaims divinity. rk. With its inlaid stone and parquet floors, book-lined shelves and sumptuous Aubusson tapestries adorning honey-hued walls, L'Ambroisie has the feel of a beautiful private home. The cuisine is based on solid experience and mastery of classics. I've dined there alone during dinner; you'll be fine. Ambrosia was the food of the gods on Mount Olympus. Hope you find this answer will help you. The combination of flavors were a party in my mouth as I savored every bite. Pilar of French gastronomy Bernard Pacaud is a legendary chef who worked his way up to finally run his own 3 star restaurant, now for many years. Get quick answers from L'Ambroisie staff and past visitors. dans le Guide MICHELIN France 2020. Best Restaurant Wine Lists in Paris People love freedom of choice, and that's exactly what a top wine list provides for oenophiles. CÔTÉ TABLE – Au restaurant L'Ambroisie, c'est le patron qui fait la cuisine et on ne s’en plaint pas ! Hey! Seasonal menu with proven, delicious dishes. One goes for the food, ambiance and service. The location on Place des Vosges is unique and the interior is classic elegant. The seafood tries to over compensate with size rather than flavor. The waiter was rude and unacommidating, seemed irritated I was dining alone. If don’t expect to much on the food, it will be very nice for an romantic night. Food is great don’t get me wrong but just... You will definitely over your budget. My fine dining experience started...from the moment I stepped out of the car and how warmly we were greeted. You can tell they take great pride in where they work and operate with excellence. is this reataurant suitable for a romantic saturday night dinner for a middle aged couple, comfortable, pleasant ambience, iro Eu200/person ? Prawn and curry as a description simply do not do this dish proper respect. Aucune deception ici ! Very disappointing and not anywhere near worth the price.More, Place du Vosges is perhaps one of the most beautiful places in Paris. The seafood tries to over compensate with size rather than flavor. Some restaurants offer weighty tomes of their offerings which span the globe, include verticals, as well as an educated sommelier to make recommendations of the proper selections from the long list to wine lovers in search of the perfect pairing. Au menu, des plats inspirés par la région et les saisons : tout l'esprit de la Provence. Tout est exceptionnel : le service avec une mention spéciale à Christophe, le sommelier qui a anticipé nos attentes en nous faisant découvrir ses trésors, la cuisine magique, le cadre d'un chic à la française ! Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. Exclude service charge. Restaurant traditionnel moderne. L'Ambroisie – un restaurant Trois étoiles MICHELIN : une cuisine unique. Food is great don’t get me wrong but just overpriced. Generally disappointing. A beautiful restaurant with excellent service and presentation, but the food did not dazzle us, and the value for the money spent did not seem to compare to many of the other Michelin three and two star restaurants we’ve dined. L'Ambroisie, 9, place des Vosges. Bernard’s son Matthieu works in the kitchen here alongside his father. With the menu changing seasonally, we will make it a point to find our way back! Dishes here are so well prepared and cooked and they bear witness to years of expertise and devotion to this craft. Includes the menu, 3 reviews, photos, and highest-rated dishes from L'Ambroisie. Habitué des restaurants gastronomiques et des grandes tables françaises, je dois dire que j'ai été particulièrement ébloui par les prestations offertes par ce restaurant. In whichever order is the diner's priority, L'Ambroisie hits its 3-star mark on each one. I would not waste your time. Sign Up. In the fall, try for example the tourte with duck and foie gras, based on a secret recipe and baked for 2 days (sliced it serves 6 - 8 guests). Place du Vosges is perhaps one of the most beautiful places in Paris. from the moment I stepped out of the car and how warmly we were greeted. To connect with Michael, sign up for Facebook today. Le cadre, le repas, le service, le sommelier, tout etait impeccable ! And in our four nights in Paris, our one Michelin 3-star experience was L’Ambroisie. I will remember this meal forever and wish for others to experience the fantastic caliber of this amazing restaurant. This restaurant is still a rather small one with capacity for no more than 40 covers. wife to order more courses, making her feel guilty and then haughtily scoffed at our desire to only have wine by the glass... Shouldn’t we assume their wine-by-the-glass is good? I did not stop to take pictures because the meal called for full attention. At my table, we started with an almost unbelievable prawn and curry dish that was simply sublime. the ambiance, the impeccable service and the flawless food. Les animaux de compagnie ne sont pas acceptés. What if I just want to go there for the experience and eat a dessert and enjoy a cup of coffee for no more than 100 EUR? EUR They are excited to answer questions, make suggestions and...interact with the diners, should they be invited to. Bernard Pacaud and his wife Daniele opened Ambroisie in 1986. We followed with a blue lobster main course that has to be the best lobster I have ever had anywhere in the world. HEBERGEUR : Online SAS BP 438 75366 PARIS Cedex 08 WEBMASTER : RestoPro X Accueil Menu des fêtes À emporter Le restaurant Notre Carte Carte Menus The menu (EN) Formulas (EN) Nous avons, pour l'essentiel, suivi les recommandations du maître d'hôtel. The staff also pays attention to every small detail and are so thoughtful and patient. two tables of 5, in two different dining rooms, with two different menus. We left with a printed menu signed by the chef which I will treasure. L'Ambroisie, Paris : consultez 526 avis sur L'Ambroisie, noté 4 sur 5 sur Tripadvisor et classé #1 731 sur 18 119 restaurants à Paris. exceptional. We topped off dinner with a chocoholic’s favorite desert that was so light and so chocolaty as to be almost unbelievable. Un moment en suspend ! None of the stuffiness that turns many away from wanting to experience a 3 star restaurant. The dinner was over $300 and no alcohol included. Their famous egg dishes are flat. Why bother when so many other Chefs care passionately about the food they produce and want to excite the diner. Place des Vosges is one of the most beautiful places in Paris. • Classic Cuisine, Feuillantines de langoustines aux graines de sésame, sauce curry, Escalopines de bar à l'émincé d'artichaut, caviar golden, Tarte fine sablée au cacao amer, crème glacée à la vanille Bourbon. L’Ambroisie has maintained its 3-Michelin star status consecutively since 1988, making it the longest running 3-Michelin star restaurant in history. Réserver par téléphone. Unexpected flavors and textures that were sublime. 9 Place des Vosges, Paris 75004, France (+33) 1 42 78 51 45 Les avis des inspecteurs MICHELIN, des informations sur les prix, le type de cuisine et les horaires douverture sur le site officiel du Guide MICHELIN The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets, people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay. It feels like a dinner from the 1980s and the menu...has not updated itself.More, Went for dinner to celebrate a special wedding anniversary and expected a terrific experience from start to finish.