Le Restaurant Taillevent in Paris, France

June 13, 2011 by

Le Restaurant Taillevent is located in Paris, France.

Found in a townhouse built in 1852 and was originally the resident of the Duke of Morny, has become a celebrated place to dine in luxury. Initially named as a tribute to Guillaume Tirel, called Taillevent, who was a cook in the 14th century and wrote the first French cuisine cook book that was ordered by King Charles V of France.

The restaurant is still family owned and run. Close to the renowned Avenue des Champs Elysees, this lavish restaurant has held three Michele stars over thirty years.

This restaurant is home to two dining rooms, one on the first floor and one above it on the second. The first, called Trianon Dining Room and the second is called The Lamennais Dining Room. The second is more traditional and quiet, and the first with a light airy space.

Chef Alain Solivérès with his team of 17 cooks, 5 pastry cooks and the head pastry cook produce some magnificent dishes such as red snapper with black olives, Scottish salmon with lemon and olive oil and risotto with truffles.

The meals incorporate both customary cuisine and traditional cooking methods using the freshest seasonal products that make an ever changing menu something to always enjoy.

Le Restaurant Taillevent
15 rue Lamennais
75008 Paris
33 1 44 95 15 01

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