Review on Maison Rostang
Michel Rostang's Michelin starred restaurant Maison Rostang opened in 1978 in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, not far from the Arc de Triomphe. The restaurant is divided into a four dining rooms, of which two, the Art Nourveau room featuring a stained glass ceiling decorated with sconces and enamelled sculptures, and the Lalique room with original glasswork and an Aubusson tapestry are for private functions. The main dining room is called the Contemporary Arts and is dedicated to new realism artists, where violin sculptures of Arman and Niki de Saint-Phalle mosaics are displayed. The Robj dining room with it's open kitchen, has a huge bookcase made from pearwood where Rostang displays over 200 Robj porcelain figurines from the period 1900 - 1940. Tables are well-laid with Bernaudaud crockery, Voglux Ortevre cutlery and sparkling Baccarat glassware.
Michel Rostang comes from a family with a long tradition of distinguished cooking and his first training was from his father who was also a Michelin starred chef, as well as apprenticeships during the sixties at two landmark Paris restaurants, Lasserre and Lucas Carton. Rostang's cuisine is the result of meticulously sourced products for his impeccable dishes that are exquisitely presented. The restaurant has one of the most prestigious cellars in Paris containing over 1300 references chosen by Rostang and his sommelier, Alain Ronzatti who has been with him for over 20 years.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.30 - 2.00pm Tue-Fri
Dinner: 7.30 - 10.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express