However, they also provide dishes that include smoked fish, wild
salmon from Norway and Scotland, fatty liver and Iberian hams along with the very
extensive vintage wine and champagne list for
the appropriate accompaniment, plus they have over sixty different vodka's which is the
widest choice of vodka's available in Paris.
The menu offers numerous different ways of consuming the caviar but you could also try
delights such as the medallions of lobster from Brittany or
dishes created with crab and herring as well.
This restaurant in Paris has become like an
institution for the rich, famous and connoisseurs and although there are some quite
reasonably priced meals available such as Tagliatelle with Wild Smoked Salmon for only
around 25 there are set menus and the very expensive Russian Caviar's that can run
into absolute hundreds of Euros.
Caviar Kaspia is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris with a breathtaking view
overlooking the Madeleine church. And along with the restaurant there is also a
boutique that offers an exceptional range of caviar, wild salmon, smoked fish and a
selection of other products including a range of unusual and rare gifts along with the
extensive range of vodkas.
So even if you feel that this top table restaurant may be slightly out of reach for a
gourmet meal and night out, you could always go to the shop and purchase some indulgences
for when you go back home. But if you just cannot even manage to travel to this Paris restaurant, then you could also enjoy the same
quality of food and dining experience at their sister restaurant that they opened in
Restaurant Guide Key Points
You cannot dine at the Caviar Kaspia unless you have reserved a table and the dress code
is smart upscale chic, bordering more towards the formal.
There are set menus such as the Splendeurs du Caviar for around 320 per person, and
the Menu Sanka for approximately 140, plus of course you have the A la Carte menu.
The boutique itself is open on a Monday to Saturday from 10am through to 1am in the
Please do bear in mind that the restaurant and boutique are normally closed for a couple
of weeks in August.
The nearest Metro station is the Madeleine.
Address & Contact Details
17 Place de la Madeleine
Telephone: 1 42 65 33 32
Fax: 1 42 65 66 26