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This was our second visit, having enjoyed Le Cinq so much in June 2018. We missed seeing Franck this time, but Samy and his team looked after us so well. It was a bonus to be able to say hello to Christian Le Squer when...More
In a large gilded room in the Four Seasons hotel in Paris is found this temple of food worth every one of its three stars. In contrast to stiff, haughty but correct service often found in similar Parisian starred restaurants, service here was friendly, correct...More
We are from San Francisco and eat out at high end restarants. Le Cinq was a wonderful experience. From the Perrier the maitre'd served us while we waited for our table to the box of carmels a wonderful gastronomical experience. Visually appealing and perfectly executed...More
We had lunch here to celebrate my 50th birthday.
Stunning restaurant and the staff were so friendly and unpretentious. They had decorated our table with rose petals.
We had the set 4 course lunch - food was absolutely delicious. You also get various amuse bouches....More
I've eaten at many levels of Michelin rated restaurants and this one did not stand out. Beautiful setting and hotel, nice service, good food and overpriced wine. Beware that all the champagnes and wines they recommend are $50 per glass!
After spending 2 hours with a photographer in occasional rain and hail showers, we decided at the last minute to have a late lunch at Le Cinq in the Four Seasons. The men in our group wore white shirts and slacks for the photo shoot....More
I had the 6-course lunch tasting menu on May 3rd. The grilled pigeon and the strawberries with Chantilly cream were my favorites. While ordinarily I am not a "fan" of asparagus, the white asparagus with thyme and capers in a lemon broth was delicious. All...More
My wife and I had our anniversary dinner at Le Cinq and I can honestly say this is the best fine dining dinner we have ever had. Every course we had the most magnificent flavors you could possibly imagine. From the sea bass in a...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.