A dinner at Le Cinq can give you a good idea of what fine French dining is all about. With a decor that resembles the dining room of a royal palace - ... More
A dinner at Le Cinq can give you a good idea of what fine French dining is all about. With a decor that resembles the dining room of a royal palace - carpeted floors, elegant chandeliers, ornate adornments et al, this restaurant is probably the best place to go with someone whom you really want to impress; that is, if you're willing to spend a good amount! The food, prepared under the expert supervision of well-known Philippe Legendre includes traditional French classics that are made, garnished and presented with all the charm and etiquette that the French are known for! The atmosphere is rich with an elite crowd and views of the hotel's courtyard and garden. With all of this, three Michelin stars too seem inadequate!
There is nothing not to like.
For the many 'types' of hotels in the world - this would be classed as an "extroridnary classic" hotel and personally -- my favorite hotel in the world.
The restaurant, Le Cinq, is one of the top three I've ever dined in and totally recommend this memory.
I have suggested strongly elsewhere that "the perfect trip would include a lunch one day at Taillevent (quite nearby) followd on another evening with dinner at Le Cinq."
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