This fantastic restaurant is situated on the 5th floor of the famous La Samaritaine complex. The chef, Gilles Pirecan, has a wonderful menu on offer, ... More
This fantastic restaurant is situated on the 5th floor of the famous La Samaritaine complex. The chef, Gilles Pirecan, has a wonderful menu on offer, featuring traditional French cooking, with a unique Mediterranean flavour, with every dish designed to delight the gourmet. Try for example the Fried Duck Foie Gras or for dessert the delicious Chocolate Souffle. Food aside, the view from Toupary is simply breathtaking, encompassing the river and all of the Grand City of Paris. Expect to pay EUR12-EUR25 for a set menu for lunch and EUR38-EUR53 for an à la carte meal.
The only restaurant where you are met at the door and guided through a dark department store then taken up in the lift to the restaurant. Book well in advance and get a table overlooking the Seine. The views are amazing. The food was remarkable, so much so that my wife proposed to the Chef after dinner.
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