The Maree restaurant we are talking about here is situated in the
8th arrondissement of Paris only a short walk away
from the Champs Elysees Avenue and is an up
market restaurant that serves traditional French Haute Cuisine in a gentleman's type
atmosphere. But along with the exceptional cuisine, it also has a reputation for a
fantastic wine cellar holding a large selection of wines
and some very prestigious vintages from some of
the top French wine regions to accompany your meal.
Now thinking about the food, it is the finest seafood produce that is meticulously
selected and prepared from the daily deliveries that arrive straight from the fishing
ports and sea-water live tanks, which means outstanding quality, but the downside is that
you may not know in advance what seafood is going to be available, as the menu is always
constantly changing to incorporate the fresh catches available.
But some of the delights you may find on offer include traditional French classics like
sole meunière either grilled or steamed, Breton lobster in spring vegetable salad, scampi
with roast hazelnuts and oysters cooked in Champagne, but there are also some more modern
dishes available like grilled mullet fillets with a basque risotto.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
La Maree is open from Monday to Friday for lunch and also for dinner until 10.30pm.
However, on a Saturday they are only open in the evening for dinner, yet are closed all
day Sunday and for two weeks in August.
Reservations are highly recommended for the Maree, plus do remember that the dress code is
There is valet parking available, however if you are using public transport then the
nearest Metro stations are Miromesnil or Saint-Philippe-du-Roulle.
The average à la carte price is around 120 and a starter is approximately 27
upwards and the average cost of a main dish is around 47.
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Address & Contact Details:
258 Faubourg Saint-Honore
Telephone: 1 43 80 20 00
Fax: 1 44 88 04 04