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Restaurant Le Meurice Alain Ducasse
Hôtel Le Meurice

228 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France.
Téléphone : +33 1 58 00 21 19
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For dinner
Tel: +33 1 58 00 21 19
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Opening hours
Dinner: Monday to Friday from 7pm to 9:30pm

The Experience - Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse Paris

The experience
A simple, true and absolute story is told here.
An experience full of emotions
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A freedom of inspiration
Alain Ducasse and Amaury Bouhours, executive chef at le Meurice, defines an almost "coarse" cuisine- as they create delicious dishes of great subtlety, with simple produce.

The chef carefully calculates every gesture, with an extreme attention to detail. Technique is matured to concentrate on flavours, disappearing to draw full attention to the ingredients. Tastes and scents can thus fully express their strength.

This is performed with a very contemporary vision of cuisine: recipes are lightened and preparations are purified.
The service is in unison with this cooking and these pastries: under the direction of Olivier Bikao, the dining room ballet – always impeccable – knows how to be relaxed and spontaneous. Between the diners and this young restaurant manager – the perfect embodiment of the young generation of dining room professionals – the rapport is instantaneous. Everything is simpler, everything is possible. The meal at each table organises itself in line with the guests’ desires, in total freedom.

Conversations flow, the guests share and find a sense of conviviality that is so essential to the success of a meal.
The meal as a story, the table as a stage ...
Resolutely eclectic, the tableware still blends with wonderful coherence, thanks to the meticulous care to harmony that Alain Ducasse exerts in their selection. Each piece's intrinsic beauty, unique character and sobriety draws elegance to the ensemble.

Pieter Stockmans signs the majority of the tableware, entirely handmade. Alain Ducasse has selected extremely simple shapes, some of which are uniquely distinguished by their singularity such as the Nautilus plate and its basin in an unexpected shape, whose fabrication process is selfishly kept by Stockmans.
The setting imposes "Grand Siecle" elegance.
Classic sophistication
with contemporary touches.
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Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse