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Ze Kitchen Galerie

Ze Kitchen Galerie restaurant in Paris |

Ze Kitchen Galerie is the goofily named flagship restaurant from chef William Ledeuil, who also owns Kitchen Ter(re) in Saint-Germain. Ledeuil is inspired by east Asian ingredients and has a way with making incredible sauces and bouillons. We loved ZKG when we last visited in 2017.


4 rue des Grands Augustins, 75006
Open Monday-Friday for lunch & dinner
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Reservations online or at +33 1 44 32 00 32

Our photos of Ze Kitchen Galerie

What others are saying

L’Express (2015) “Cinq ans plus tard, et après quelques cinglants gueuletons, non seulement son bouillon de cultures est toujours aussi bouillonnant, mais le chef ne cesse d’affiner ses gammes, d’affûter ses aigus, de rythmer ses percussions, d’élargir ses champs d’exploration, comme sur les agrumes de Michel Bachès avec lesquels il tente des expérimentations éblouissantes… Ze Kitchen est définitivement un de mes restaurants de coeur.”

Condé Nast Traveler (2015) “William Ledeuil is at the top of his game here, marrying the best Asian ingredients (Thai basil, papaya) with classic French cuisine.”

John Talbott (2014) “If I die tonight, I’ll die happy.  With William in the kitchen and Cedric minding the front, what more could one ask for? This place has managed to both get it down pat and keep changing – a wonderful combo.”

Les Grands Ducs (2013) “Tout change mais rien ne change: la table de William Ledeuil reste toujours l’une de nos adresses parisiennes préférées.”

John Talbott (2011) “Ze Kitchen Galerie keeps on producing, and one enters never knowing what to expect and leaves astonished by the creative mind that keeps on creating dishes… a sea urchin soup with squid, pressed salmon eggs… wrapped minced milk-fed lamb with Thai herbs and ginger… crab and shrimp raviolis with Thai pistou…”

3 thoughts on “Ze Kitchen Galerie”

  1. I also agree that the bad review doesn’t seem to reflect Ze Kitchen Galerie at all – my wife and I ate here and loved the mellow which was inventive and beautifully presented. Also, the energy of the kitchen, being so close to the diners and open to see, really gave the place a refreshing atmosphere…it was one of several Michelin starred restaurants we ate at in one wild week of food!

  2. Barbara M

    You said “not creative at all. Our mains were plated exactly the same. So exactly that they could not tell the difference”

    …what on earth has that to do with creativity…your review seems very bogus based on such an apparently ignorant comment.

    I ate there twice about a year ago and both times it was an experience unrivaled for me.

  3. Very disappointed. Very ,very expensive and not creative at all. Our mains were plated exactly the same. So exactly that they could not tell the difference. Finally,the server says”This is the duck I see the tiny potato.
    Entree bar was totally tasteless and was comprised od less than an ounce and a half of fish for 25 euros. How sad.

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