Review on Laperouse
This prestigious restaurant was founded in 1766 in a delightful mansion overlooking the River Seine and near to the Palais de Justice. The décor is beautiful with its large stunning mirrors and paintings adorning the walls, exquisite lights, rich red banquettes and elegantly laid tables. The private dining rooms are also extremely popular as they open out to fine views of the Seine.
The kitchen's menu follows the seasons to produce an updated traditional cuisine with the occasional nod to Mediterranean inspired dishes. To kick start proceedings try Guilvinec langoustines, roasted with Kumbo Butter and coriander, langoustine's heads broth, citrus fruit and lemongrass emulsion or duck foie gras, frothy soup, smoked eel ravioli and Iberian ham shavings served with truffle butter on toasted bread. For mains enjoy Normandy beef tenderloin, oxtail and bone-marrow roasted in French sea salt, with tender and crispy potatoes or line-fished sea bass, carrot juice reduction, almond milk emulsion, Edamame, green onions and liquorice. As a finale indulge in Los Ancones chocolate, salted butter fudge and peanut cookie or maybe the Lapérouse soufflé.
The all-French wine list is a well-annotated assortment from some of France's famous vineyards and look out for their monthly wine tasting events organized by their Sommelier.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm Mon-Fri
Dinner: 7.30 - 11.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card