4 Rue Beethoven, 75016 Paris
Listed as number 13 in the world’s 50 best restaurants with three hard-earned Michelin stars, L’Astrance is owned by one of the most creative, cutting-edge chefs in France, Pascal Barbot. Although unsuspecting in location and outside appearance, at the time of opening, Paris’ most influential food critic named it ‘the most important gastronomic event’ of the time. The most unique aspect of the restaurant is that there is no actual menu. You simply tell the big man what you will and won’t eat and how many courses you would like and he’ll create a tailored meal for you. If that’s not a signature dining experience we don’t know what is, and in the culinary capital of the world, who could ask for more?
Call as early as possible for a chance at a table.