Astrance is included among our favorite Tasting Menus over 100€

Practical information

Address: 4 rue Beethoven, 75016
Nearest transport: Passy (6)
Hours: Closed Saturday, Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Friday.
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Telephone: 01 40 50 84 40
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Astrance in photos

What people are saying

Have you been? Leave your own opinion about Astrance in the comments!

Condé Nast Traveler (2015) “It’s a sanctuary where you can revel in the pleasures of such dishes as spinach with spicy piquillo peppers, chili pepper sorbet, and baby ravioli stuffed with a tangy bite of citron.”

Luxeat (2014) “Ten years forward and numbers of restaurants opened around the world by Pascal Barbot’s and Christophe Rohat’s alumni, L’Astrance is still as relevant as ever. What can be better than the marriage of excellent products, Japanese minimalism and French elegance?”

Simon Says (2010) “Avec de solides bases classiques, Pascal Barbot virevolte avec calme et netteté ; voici une cuisine de haute précision, jouant avec les acides (c’est un dingue d’agrumes), les amers et le gras dans une cuisine à la ligne claire.”

Luxeat (2010) “Friendly, professional, yet less ceremonial than at some other high end restaurants…”

Table à Decouvert (2009) “Des instants sublimes qui provoquent par moment des sourires béats…”

Food Snob (2009) “Technically brilliant, the food was also full of flavour, colour and vibrancy. The ingredients impressed with both their taste and their originality.”

4 thoughts on “Astrance”

  1. Gabriel says:

    I love Astrance restaurant, great French cuisine in Paris.

  2. yoda s. says:

    as of June 2012, 210 euros for dinner, with wine flight 330 euros. worth every penny…

  3. Chrisos says:

    dress code is smart causal, I don’t have the exact menu price as I have not been there for a while, at dinner it is around EUR200 without wine
    It used to be 70 or 120EUR for lunch.

  4. MK says:

    Hi – can anyone comment on current lunch prices & dress code at L’Astrance?

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