Review on Goumard
Goumard is a well known seafood restaurant situated near the Madeleine, the Jardin des Tuilleries and the Place Vendôme in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. It first opened in 1872 and was designed in Art Nouveau style by Louis Majorelle, but it has now been taken over by Phillipe Dubois who has renovated the restaurant with an updated contemporary décor. The elegant stained glass conservatory, original wood panels, Lalique and Majorelle works adorning the walls, sleek banquettes and chairs give an impression of cruising aboard a majestic Transatlantic ocean liner.
The menu offers oysters, but is mostly known for its exquisite seafood dishes reflecting the diversity of the sea as in whole roasted lobster chard juice and juice of lobster, sole meunière with steamed small potatoes or monkfish, oxtail ravioli and foie gras. Meat lovers are not forgotten either and you could find Black Angus beef on the menu served with oyster mushrooms or Bourguignon braised beef. To finish, try desserts of coconut crème brûlée or Arlette figs with almond milk ice cream.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.30am through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express