Lasserre

Lasserre restaurant in Paris via restaurant-lasserre.com | parisbymouth.com

Practical information

Address: 17 avenue Franklin Roosevelt, 75008
Nearest transport: Franklin Roosevelt (1, 9)
Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Open for dinner only Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday; Open for lunch and dinner Thursday and Friday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 43 59 02 13
Average price for lunch: More than 100€
Average price for dinner: More than 100€
Style of cuisine: Classic French, haute cuisine
Website   Facebook   Book Online

Reviews of interest

Philippe Toinard (2013) “Une institution qui a toujours su jongler entre tradition et innovation, entre plats d’hier et plats de demain.”

Table à Découvert (2013) “J’ai l’impression d’avoir quitté la salle par le toit qui s’ouvre et se ferme, je suis dans une autre galaxie, je ne peux m’empêcher de m’exclamer par moments et me tais aussitôt.”

Alexander Lobrano (2011) “…langoustines in a ginger-lime spiked seafood boullion..tender but firm slices of sea bass with with a brilliantly extravagant garnish of black truffles shaved at the table…so good that I knew that Moret was really galloping after breaking free of the Ducasse stable…”

Food Snob (2009) “I was in another world. One of pastel pinks and coral colours, silver peacocks, gilded crystal cups, duck à l’orange, dancing figures, live piano music and roofs that opened. It was not like any restaurant I had ever eaten in and possibly never will again.”

Photo courtesy of Lasserre’s website

1 Comment on Lasserre

  1. Lasserre was the first starred restaurant I ever ate in, lo these many years ago, and it was an experience I’ll never forget: riding up to the dining room in a lovely little upholstered elevator run by a liveried page (yes, really!), sitting beneath the retracting roof dining on my first ever cêpes and watching a group of Japanese tourists drinking orange juice with their meal while taking pictures of every dish that came out. Long before food blogs, I was astounded to see this, both the photos and the OJ.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*