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“Classic french dining at its best, can't wait to go back”
Review of Restaurant Guy Savoy - MOVED

Restaurant Guy Savoy
Price range: USD 36 - USD 143
Cuisines: European, French
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Good for: Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining, Romantic
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Lunch, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Ternes
Description: Restaurant Guy Savoy is an "inn for the 21st century," combining exquisite flavours and attentive service for a truly satisfying experience.The "Guy Savoy spirit" is built on the rigour of our teams, an insistence on traditional products, walls and tables adorned with art, and a wide selection of vintage wines.It makes our restaurant a magical place.
Reviewed 16 November 2016

Really excited to go here, we arrived for lunch late (with bags) & in a bit of a flap having had a delayed flight into Paris. Staff couldn't do enough to accommodate us; we felt a little under dressed having had no time to change, a lot of well groomed French ladies appointed with sparkly appurtenances! With my girlfriend being as clumsy as she is; she knocked over her glass of champagne which smashed into many pieces, like a carefully choreographed swat team, a couple of waiters swifty & subtly cleared everything quicker than I could take it all in, before we knew it there was a new section of table cloth covering the damp patch, new bread & butter on the table and a freshly topped up glass of champagne - super slick and minimal embarrassment for my partner. Pleased to say the same attention to detail went into the food, just the right quantity, rich, tasty, beautifully presented, every course a treat, top marks.

Date of visit: December 2015
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1  Thank DavidHRobertson
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Reviewed 31 January 2016

Took my then fiancé here to celebrate her birthday, it was outstanding in every single way, will go back for sure

Date of visit: February 2015
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Thank MFranchi1973
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Reviewed 6 January 2016

New restaurant adds great architecture and views to a wonderful, first-rate dining experience. Great wine list (duh), great food (duh), wonderful service (although just a bit off, understandable as we dined there the 30th of December). One new recommendation from the captain: you can order half starters and get two tastes. Allowed me to have the famous truffle and artichoke soup and the caviar (both wonderful).

Date of visit: December 2015
Thank David S
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Reviewed 18 September 2015

The tasting menu is priced at over ,300 euro pp but the reason we did not order it was because of stomach and digestive tract issues which laid us up for days. Alla carte dinner prices come to roughly 100 euro for starters, 120 euro for main course and about 50 euro for dessert.

They allowed us to share two of the starters -- the artichoke and truffle soup and the caviar -- however, so we did manage more of a sampling tab three dishes would suggest.

The artichoke soup, a speciality of the house, came with nice sized black truffle slices, and the caviar was an interesting layer of varieties which was much more provocative than a single caviar offering and very tasty, particularly with the caviar infused cream.

My veal selection had the most remarkably well executed calve's liver that I've ever had -- a thick slab of perfectly underdone meat, and the sweetbreads, while small, were superb.

Three amuse bouches were delightful, particularly the tiny stuffed radishes and coconut cream square, and the small strawberries with accompaniments for dessert were interesting.

Maitre Savoy makes the rounds of his restaurant and the staff is exceedingly cordial.

I only wish I had paid more attention to the wine list before asking for help because we would have ordered something a lot harder (and much more expensive) to get in the U. S. had we read it through first.

Date of visit: September 2015
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Thank Pancho_cisco
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Reviewed 19 August 2015 via mobile

Unbelievably disappointing given the ratings as one of the best restaurants in Paris; the average wait between courses was 25 minutes, the courses were repetitive with ingredients. The fish course left such a strong aftertaste on the wine glasses, that we were unable to drink a (very expensive) Chateau Gazin that had already been poured. We wanted to leave without waiting for dessert (and this was a birthday celebration). We are quite used to long, unrushed dinners, but 3 hours?! Only tourists dining, during low season was a bit strange as well...

Date of visit: October 2014
Thank gabrielac208
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