Image 1: Philippe Legendre has left the restaurant in 2008. Christian Le Squer, formerly at Ledoyen, took over the kitchen since 2014. This album is now for historical purpose only.
The restaurant is located in one of the most luxurious hotels in Paris, Four Seasons - George V. High-ceiling dining room with majestic décor and a view of the courtyard.

Image 2: Gourmet Tasting: €210 (8-course) Light Tasting: €120 (5-course)
À la carte menu: about €60 for starter and €80 for main
Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Image 3: Red cala lily and rose petal décor on our table. I could imagine that the hotel's weekly flower expense would not be small as there were a lot of impressive flower décor throughout the corridor and in the dining room.

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Amuse Bouche
Tomato salsa

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Carpaccio of langoustines with cédrat lemon

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Cauliflower risotto with wild mushrooms and green peas

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Black truffle tofu with purple baby artichokes

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Lobster smoked in its shell and roasted with morel mushrooms

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Farm raised sweetbreads with Orzo pasta.

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Another choice of main course: Racan pigeon roasted with peppermint with a Sauternes sauce

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Cheese selection

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As a substitution for cheese…
A selection of fruit sorbet.

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Refreshment before dessert consisted layers of mango jelly, whipped cream, diced strawberries, and apricot sorbet on top.

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Crispy fresh and roasted pineapple frosted with lime, coconut sorbet

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Creamy Guanaja chocolate delight with a cocoa sorbet

Image 16: Petits-fours
Overall, the food was pretty good with pleasant ambience, magnificent dining room, and the flawless service, it was definitely a memorable meal.

Image 17: They brought us a bottle of Wattwiller water at the end of our meal. They said this is water in its purest form!

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