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Former Address: 10 rue Volney, 75002

What people are were saying

Not Drinking Poison in Paris (2014) “A Michelin-starred nursing home.”

Alexander Lobrano (2013) “As is true of any really great restaurant, Goust would be as good for a romantic night out as it is for a business meal… it’s a winningly adult, fairly priced and terrifically sincere restaurant that succeeds for being something completely unique in Paris. I can’t wait to go back, although it’s likely that my next meal will be in the new tapas bar that will soon open on the ground floor at this same address.”

The Financial Times (2013) “As I paid the bill of €230 for the meal for three, I recalled the words of Danny Meyer, the New York restaurateur. In his opinion, the ultimate goal is “to serve the customer food and wine that they cannot get at home but with the same comfort as though they were at home”. Bernardo delivers this most elusive combination.”

L’Express (2013) “Celui d’expérimenter, les yeux fermés, l’entente cordiale d’un poulpe moelleux baigné d’un consommé de jambon avec un volnay 2010 de Benjamin Leroux; la complémentarité détonante entre un sublime oeuf cuit à la truffe avec sa soupe à l’oignon suave et la fraîcheur tonique d’un morgon de Foillard.”


2 Replies to “Goust”

  1. Went to Goust on Friday for lunch. Delicious meal- the entrée of a fruity and seafood-type gazpacho was absolutely amazing- great service, and lovely atmosphere. I had the steak for my main and it was perfectly cooked with just enough of more-ish sauce and lovely pureed veggies. Would highly recommend for a business lunch or an intimate dinner.

  2. My husband took me here while we were in Paris last week for our honeymoon for my birthday and we had a FANTASTIC meal. We were greeted with complimentary champagne (he told them when he made the reservation what we were there for) and had a delicious meal. The service was outstanding and my husband had fun trying to guess what the wines were in the pairing (they didn’t tell you what the wines were until you finished the course). We got the a la carte meal, but still go the wine pairings. It certainly wasn’t a “traditional” French meal, but it was excellent nonetheless and a unique concept. Definitely would recommend!

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