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French Restaurant$$$
Today 7:00 – 11:00 pm
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52 Rue de Richelieu 75001 Paris France
52 Rue de RichelieuFRParis75001
+33 1 42 97 54
$$$French Restaurant, BarToday 7:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 7:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 7:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 7:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 7:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 7:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
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james igoe
3 months ago
Simply excellent... The restaurant only offers a seven course tasting menu with the choice of wine pairings, and will make adjustments. The selections were unique, and overall every dish was wonderful. The servers were both congenial and the restaurant readily accommodates English-only speakers. The meal for two, with two glasses of wine each was 160 Euro, although we also left a fairly large tip, since service was not included in the bill.
John Forthwith
6 months ago
First let me say that I know Braden and Laura, they were my tenants for 5 years. But, my only contact with their food until now was cleaning out their refrigerator when they moved last year. Second, I am a vegan and I find it terribly difficult to find a good meal in France. Finally, until last Thursday night, having traveled all over the world, my opinion of the best vegan restaurant in existence was Millennium in San Francisco. But now, Eric Tucker, the chef at Millennium, needs to come to Paris and size up a new competitor on the vegan block. Verjus is not a vegan restaurant but my curiosity caused me to enquire if they could serve a vegan meal and serve a vegan meal they did. I just sat in a corner and let chef Perkins and his kitchen crew bring me their creations. I am a gourmand. I like food... and lots of it. But starting with the first bowl, I forgot that I had come to satisfy my hunger and instead was led down a seductive path of the most unique and unusual combinations of tastes, textures and colors that I have ever experienced. Each bowl contained a small necklace of tasty gems that came together as if they had missed being together for too long. Four, five, six bowls, i am not sure how many I had. I wanted to lick them clean. Each new submission seemed to obliterate the memory of the last with its own complex and robust personality. I don't drink or smoke so each new serving was begun with un-anesthetized taste buds. I still can taste the subtle flavor of cumin, which normally over powers everything, poking its presence through an exquisite dressing, and kale, which I avoid like steel wool, was braised and dressed in a oil that caused me to only regret that there wasn't more of it. The wait staff explained what was in every dish in an informative, non-invasive way that I wish would be practiced more universally. I think each dish was introduced by a different member of the staff, including Braden and finally the pastry chef. That has never happened to me before. When it was all over, I paid my bill, not caring what it cost, only regretting that dinner was over and I had to leave. There are experiences that are events in your life, experiences you remember when you can't remember how you got there or why. Verjus is a high end, destination, vegan options restaurant in Paris. You may have to forgo Metro rides for a week and self-cater for a few days if money is tight but it is a taste treasure that you'll not want to deny yourself, should you ever get the chance.
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Katy Stoka
a year ago
Just partook in an excellent culinary experience with my husband and great friends. Food was best we had over the weekend, which is saying a LOT! The perfect place to experience some of the best food Paris has to offer without the big crowds and pretentiousness. Will return!
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Sasha Romary
a year ago
The couple behind Hidden Kitchen has made a very publis splash into the restaurant scene with their romantic windowed dining space tucked behind the Palais Royal. Unique four or six course dasting menus with an addition wine pairing option keep this place packed night after night. Can't snag a reservation? Pop down to their wine bar below and have a taste of their culinary creativity with a great glass of wine.
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Chad B
5 months ago
Lives up to its reputation. Went here with my wife and two teenage boys. Atmosphere is nice but not stuffy, waitstaff were knowledgeable and approachable. Food is delicious. The standouts were the pigeon and scallops, hard to choose they were all so good. Boys had some fried chicken from the bar menu and it was as good as all the reviews indicate. Wine pairings were very well considered and atypical. Excellent and enjoyable.
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Verelle Tomford
5 months ago
Our best meal in Paris. They were even accommodating to my pescetarian diet!
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Carrie Liken
2 months ago
One of a kind experience
John Crary
2 years ago
Lovely place, nice people, lovely food carefully prepared but in small portions (it is a tasting menu), nice wine pairings. I expected more for the price. Service was not included in the bill, so it seemed a little over the top. But if you are looking for a high end foody experience, you might enjoy this.