Paris does not have very many glass-roofed restaurants, and even fewer with a kitchen like this one. The chef’s Scandinavian roots are evident in the decor, with its sleek blond wood and white walls. But it’s what’s on the plate that makes it difficult to get a reservation here: exquisitely refined combinations of flavors and textures, described on the menu as a list of ingredients. Resembling works of contemporary art, dishes might combine gnocchi, chestnuts, and truffles; or guinea hen with purple artichokes and spring garlic; and could be followed with a concoction of carrots, citrus, and olives. At lunch you can choose between a menu of three or six dishes, or à la carte; at dinner, there’s a choice-free fixed-price menu for one and all.
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17 rue Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, 2nd arrond.
Our Rating Neighborhood Opéra & Grands Boulevards (2nd & 9th Arrondissements) Hours Mon–Fri noon–1:30pm and 7:30–10pm Transportation Métro: Bourse Phone 01-42-60-31-90 Prices Fixed-price lunch 45€–85€, fixed-price dinner 85€, with wines 150€ Cuisine Type Modern French Web site Saturne Other Closed 3 weeks in Aug and 2 weeks end of Dec or early Jan
Map17 rue Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, 2nd arrond. Paris
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