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Pavyllon

Address: 8, avenue Dutuit, 75008
Hours: Open Thursday-Monday for lunch & dinner. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday.
Telephone: +33 1 53 05 10 10
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Our Review

We have not yet reviewed this restaurant. Below you’ll find a summary of reviews to see what others are saying about it.

In Other Words

John Talbott (2020) praises the newly Michelin-starred establishment, writing “It certainly goes on my list of celebratory places.”

Le Monde (2019) enjoys the convivial atmosphere afforded by the open kitchen and counter seating at Pavyllon, though it reports the cuisine is uneven, with a roller-coaster of experiences between an “enchanting” John Dory with lovage and strawberry and a “vulgar” spinach soup both too acidic and too fatty.

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L’Abysse

Address: 8, avenue Dutuit, 75008
Hours: Open Monday-Friday lunch & dinner. Closed Saturday & Sunday
Telephone: +33 1 53 05 10 30
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Our Review

We have not yet reviewed this restaurant. Below you’ll find a summary of reviews to see what others are saying about it.

In Other Words

The Michelin Guide (2020) awarded l’Abysse two stars, with the inspector highlighting the “ingredients of stunning quality” as well as the “creative touch” of chef Yannick Alléno. A word of warning: “The 12 seats at the counter are quickly snapped up.”

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Ledoyen Restaurant in Paris | Paris By Mouth

Ledoyen

This historic three-star restaurant is perched in a pavilion just off the Champs-Elysées and has been a dining destination since the French Revolution. Long-time chef Christian Le Squer handed the reigns to Yannick Alleno in July 2014, and Alleno has promised a renewed focus on what he considers to be the great strength of French cuisine – sauces. He is also, albeit more quietly than his rival Alain Ducasse, putting vegetables and peasant ingredients in the spotlight. Our meal featured the modest mackerel and butternut squash in starring roles, presented with both precision and imagination. A lunchtime tasting menu is priced at 128€ , and a ten course tasting menu at either lunch or dinner is 295€. The more I think about it, the more I want to return to see what happens next.  >> Read More

Interior at Ledoyen restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth

On the Menu at: Ledoyen

Here’s a snapshot of we tasted as part of our (lowest price) lunch tasting menu soon after the arrival of Yannick Alleno. Total price for two at lunch including wine, water and coffee: 448€
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Yannick Alleno to Cook in Swimming Pool

Well, not exactly… but the Michelin starred chef will moving in when the Molitor swimming pool reopens next Spring as a splashy (sorry) new hotel.

The Art Deco landmark near the Bois de Boulogne will be transformed into a hotel with all 124 rooms (hopefully not the size of changing cabins) overlooking the pool. There will be a restaurant – this is where Alleno comes in – and a rooftop bar overlooking the city.

It is unclear whether, as with all Paris pools, guests will be required to wear a swim cap and (for men) a Speedo.

Molitor hotel restaurant Alleno Paris

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