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Montparnasse 25 Gourmet Restaurant In Paris

The Montparnasse 25 restaurant is also sometimes known as the Meridien Montparnasse as it is located in the modern Le Meridien Montparnasse Hotel, which is a soaring landmark in the 14th arrondissement of Paris.

This gourmet restaurant has an elegant and luxurious setting that takes you back in time to the Roaring Twenties with a silver and black lacquered colour scheme, crisp white tablecloths and always fresh cut flowers to provide that feeling of ultimate refinement.  Also, adorning the walls you will be able to see reproductions and some original photographs by famous artists that evoke the prestigious history of this particular area of Paris.

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Montparnasse 25 Gourmet Restaurant In Paris

Montparnasse 25 is actually situated on the Left Bank of the River Seine close to the Latin Quarter, yet just steps away from Saint-Germain-des-Pr?s, the Luxembourg Gardens and also the Eiffel Tower.   But the hotel itself is also ideally situated to explore the cultural centre of Paris, which is home to the Bohemian way of life and is located close to lively entertainment, lots of Paris cafes and for some, the Parisian nightlife.

If you like the idea of a gourmet meal and fine dining in a cosy and romantic setting, then you will not be disappointed, as the Chef Christian Moine has previously worked at some of the top restaurants in Paris like The Ritz and utilises only the freshest seasonal ingredients available, to provide haute cuisine dishes to remember.

In fact, having attained a Michelin star award, everything on the menu is made in house, including the bread and although the cuisine is typically French, with the fantastic creativity of the chef and his staff, each dish is exquisitely prepared to bring out the best in the flavours.

The truffle dishes are not to be missed when they are in season, but some of the other delights you may be able to experience are duck with apricots, tamarind juice accompanied by Grenailles potatoes and seasonal mushrooms, John Dory and seaweeds, Bresse chicken with foie gras, dandelion leaf and truffle oil, oysters with a white lemon sauce, parsley, curcuma and young leeks, roasted leg of rabbit with violet mustard, veal with curcuma slow-simmered tomatoes and creamed pasta, saddle of rabbit loin with kidneys and lemon thyme accompanied by Charlotte potatoes au gratin with old Comt? cheese or turbot slices with glazed with tangy carrots and braised stuffed small artichokes.

The wine and the service match the setting perfectly to make your dining experience a pleasure and the sommelier will be able to guide you to the most appropriate wine as there are over four hundred references, including some fantastic organic wines from different wine regions in France.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

This Paris restaurant is open on a Monday to Friday from noon until 2.30pm and in the evening from 7.30pm through to 10pm, but is closed on a Saturday and Sunday.

Montparnasse 25 is highly praised by the best gourmet guides around and therefore reservations are recommended, plus it is also accessible to the disabled, making this restaurant even more popular, so we would definitely suggest booking prior.

It is suitable for all, from the family through to a romantic dinner for two and the dress code is smart, more towards business attire.

There is of course the A la Carte Menu, with the average cost of a main course being around 45€ upwards, but there are also two special menus.

Something known as the Business Lunch menu is obviously served at a lunchtime and includes a starter, main course and coffee for only 50€ and having a choice of four starters and four main courses this has been designed for people with time restraints.

Called the Menu D?gustation at 110€ with seven courses, this is a tasting menu served of an evening and is a great way of experiencing lots of different dishes on offer without breaking the bank.

Parking is available at the hotel, however, if you are using public transport then the nearest Metro station is the Montparnasse.

Address & Contact Details

Montparnasse 25
Hotel Meridien Montparnasse
19 Rue du Commandant Mouchotte

Telephone: 1 44 36 40 50
Fax: 1 44 36 49 03

Montparnasse 25 Restaurant

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