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Dégustez un dîner de trois plats combinant cuisine française contemporaine et vins fins au cours d'une soirée à Paris ! Le repas, préparé par un jeune chef français passionné et talentueux, a lieu dans un restaurant pittoresque à proximité du Louvre. Chaque plat gastronomique est associé à un verre de vin. De plus, vous dégusterez une coupe de champagne pour commencer et un digestif pour terminer !
Good, but not great. What we loved: the ambiance was lovely...candlelight...fairly quiet...intimate... the dessert was WONDERFUL crêpes au grand marnier with red currants, blueberries and strawberries the originally offered appetizer did not work for me and the waiter graciously offered other options. What we didn't like: the main course was just good. I am glad we tried this but I wouldn't do that again. The restaurant is Ô Chateau. I am hardly a wine connoisseur, so I can't comment on wine selection. It was nice to experiment with wine, however, for those who do understand, here is what was offered: Domaine Barmes-Buecher's Rosenberg wine from Alsace, Domaine du Pas de l'Escalette's Languedoc, and Domaine Hubert et Lignier's Bourgogne Aligote.
Nice evening in a somewhat cozy restaurant. The wine pairings were good except for the last wine with the desert. Not so great. The meal and service were both very good and we all sent our plates back clean. Food was prepared as requested which was nice.
I think we all expected a bit different menu but it was all good and a fun evening out
While wine tasting part was ok I was very disappointed with with the dinner part of this experience. The menu was very limited. Two starters were offered bruschetta with mozzarella cheese surely more Italian than French or fois grois, only one main course beef with 2 types of potato no vegetables, and finally one dessert a rather heavy solid cheesecake. For this reason I did not think the experience good value for money.
Excellent!!! Excellent! Excellent meal! We started with a delicious glass of champagne. Thinly sliced salmon starter, wine. The entree: Rib-eye steak with small potatoes, creamed celery/potatoes , wine. Dessert..wine....fabulous! We were stuffed! This is the best tour for a foodie...come hungry!