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Reviewed 1 week ago

Went very end of March. Frechon had gone a few days before. Super lunch. That’s what great teams are for. On the floor, the sommelier is very good, no upselling and gave good advice. That’s a change…The profession of sommeliers in high end restaurants is...one of those that has seen the biggest decline in quality imo over the past few years. I mistrust most of them. Not here. The assistant RM was also very pro. One thing: they are all lucky to work on the floor of one of the best restaurants in the world: Be proud and smile! That’s what we want to see as clients. Just to give you however an idea of the refinement of the service here: a white napkin was swapped for a black one to match the darker colour of the dress of my guess….On desserts, what can I say, the pastry chef is excellent, the lemon, the vanilla desserts are just…perfect. Nothing to add here. Some Parisian restaurants of that calibre could teach a thing or two to many of their 3* peers in Europe, not mentioning in NYC, you know those that serve 250 covers per day (funny, no sourcing pbs there curiously…). Arnaud Faye is coming at the end of May I believe. Excellent choice. I have tasted his cuisine at la Chevre d’Or and over the years it has dramatically improved, more refined, better visuals. Excellent canapes. Talking about those, the only let down that day at Epicure: did not understand those canapes. Were they sourced from the nearby restaurant? Not everything was perfect but not worth mentioning here. One of my favourite restaurants in Paris. One suggestion: keep the pastry chef + I know the new chef will create his own menu from September onwards but why not keeping the great classics like the cheese and macaroni and the poularde en vessie? That’s called heritage. And that’s how a restaurant becomes an institution. IMHO anyway.More

Date of visit: March 2024
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Everything about this Resturant is above and beyond your expectation. Service is fantastic, warm and attentive .food is delicious and presented in a creative way .ingredients complement each other. Ambience is bright and happy but calm at the same time. This was the second time...that I was eating at Epicure and I enjoyed it even more than the first time. If I could give them Michelin stars it would be definitely more than 3! It is worth every penny. Thank you for the experience.🫶🏻More

Date of visit: March 2024
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Epicure, the 3-Michelin-starred restaurant at Le Bristol Paris, is a true temple of gastronomy. Chef Eric Frechon's tasting menu is a decadent journey through French fine dining, showcasing seasonal ingredients and innovative techniques. My recent eight-course meal at Epicure was an unforgettable experience. Each course...was a masterpiece of flavor and presentation, from the amuse-bouche to the dessert. Highlights included the signature macaroni gratinéed with black truffle and foie gras, and the perfectly cooked fish with a light and flavorful sauce. The service at Epicure was impeccable, attentive without being intrusive. The sommelier expertly paired each course with a wine that complemented the flavors of the food. Overall, Epicure is a must-visit for any foodie visiting Paris. It's an experience that will stay with you long after the last bite. Be sure to make reservations well in advance, as this is a highly sought-after dining destination.More

Date of visit: December 2023
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Reviewed 13 March 2024 via mobile

My daughter picked out the restaurant and just told me it is fine dining. I had no prior knowledge of the place or the hotel. No clue it had 3 stars. From the moment you step into the hotel you see the exceptional level of...service. We were lead to the restaurant. From the first contact in the restaurant with the hostess until the last contact which happened to be with her, everything was exceptional: the service, the food, the menu. We decided on the tasting menu, and were not disappointed. They didn’t have a recommended wine pairing, so asked the sommelier to suggest 3 different wines. All 3 were excellent choices. The service was very attentive and each each course was explained. The place is very pricy but very worth it. Would definitely go back there when in Paris again.More

Date of visit: March 2024
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Reviewed 2 March 2024

My wife and I had the great privilege to dine at Epicure on Tuesday, February 20th. We had great anticipation for this meal as the Michelin Star rating and the reviews from critics, magazines, and diners speak great volumes about the experience. Despite the great...anticipation we brought into the experience, the actual experience blew our expectations out of the water. I'll try to do it justice below: The Service Wow...from the start, the whole crew was so welcoming and kind to us. I loved the pre-dining survey and that everyone clearly paid attention and made sure to ask my wife how she was enjoying her first time in Paris. If either of us got up to use the restroom, someone was there immediately to pull the chair out and to let us know where to go (and someone was there promptly to pull the chair back out to let us back in). Saying more about the service, my wife and I truly loved the fun and humorous atmosphere that the Epicure team brought to the dining experience. We were not sure to expect from a 3 Michelin star dining experience, but it was certainly void of any stuffiness. We had so much fun throughout the whole event, and that truly amped up how memorable and enjoyable it was for us. By the end, it really felt like we were friends with the whole crew. And to close out the topic of service, we cannot say enough good things about our main server, Oisin. He was such a great, talented server for us for the entire dinner. And we could really tell he takes pride in delivering a great work product. The Food The food throughout our entire gastronomic adventure was truly outstanding. I can still remember vividly the presentations, the aromas, the textures, and above all else, the flavors from each dish. Again, we were not quite sure what to expect from a 3 Michelin Star meal - we went in knowing we wanted to do the tasting, but we were unsure if the meal would be too tilted to the gourmet side and would leave us unfulfilled. That worry was quickly eviscerated when we had the first couple dishes - while the dishes were all ultra high class and perfectly manicured, they were all extremely approachable and were clearly crafted to please all guests of the restaurant. If I had to pick one dish that stood out from the rest, it would have to be the Candele Macaroni with the black truffle, artichoke, and duck foie gras. I loved the texture and the flavor from the macaroni, but the best part of the dish was the 2 varied sauces on the plate. The presentation was beautiful with the sauces intersecting (but hardly interacting), and the flavors from the 2 sauces were very different and each created a unique bite when paired with the Macaroni. But, every dish was incredible and we really enjoyed each one. The "Chocolate from Ecuador" dessert was probably the best dessert we have ever had. I can still vividly remember the warmth and the flavor from the chocolate shortbread, cocoa nib praline, and hot chocolate espuma, which was paired so beautifully with the coffee flavors in the chicory ice cream. The Wine My wife and I decided to go with the wine pairing and we are so glad we did. I, for one, generally prefer cocktails or beer (generally makes for a better feeling the next day...), but I felt I had to go with wine at such a high class establishment. The wines had such a beautiful flavor and truly complemented the dishes of the tasting menu. And the team of Sommeliers was outstanding and accommodating throughout the whole meal. The meal at Epicure makes me want to drink at least a glass or two of wine now with my meals back home. Closing Chef Frechon, Oisin, and the entire team at Epicure delivered the best dining experience we have ever had in our lives. We hope we are able to return some day, but we'll certainly never forget this meal. We will be framing the menu and hanging it in our kitchen at home.More

Date of visit: February 2024
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Reviewed 20 February 2024

Ok. Keeping this short and to the point. Our experience at Epicure was beyond expectation. The food was nothing short of perfection - every bite - but what put this experience over the top was the service. For our table, the entire staff, and in...particular Oisin, was warm, familiar, humorous and joyful. Not an ounce of stuffiness to be found here. It was quite possibly the best dining experience we have had end-to-end, and the staff here made it so. We look forward to returning as soon as possible.More

Date of visit: February 2024
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Reviewed 15 February 2024

This meal is one of the most anticipated dining experience that I have been waiting for as I have dedicated this week in Paris as the Bresse chicken week... And of course Epicure must be on our list. As usual, as I have made the...reservation over a month ahead, we were seated at a nice quiet corner table as if we had a private area of our own, yet still able to oversee the whole restaurant. The menu consists of exquisite selection of meat and seafood dishes and as usual, we sampled a range of langoustines, caviar and the must order Bresse chicken. The Bresse chicken cooked in yellow wine is beyond satisfaction and it is definitely the best I have had in this trip (out of the four chicken meals). The tenderness of the chicken meat and the flavour that was brought out from the poached bladder is just unforgettable. Together with a 2005 Puligny-Montrachet, Louis Carillon et Fils, this is definitely the signature meal for this trip. Service level is at its top and everything lived up to its reputation.More

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed 31 December 2023

So, three Michelin stars and dinner at the grandest of hotels and the most impressive of dining rooms. The tasting menu to demonstrate the skills and talents of the Chef. After sweet little canapes, we were treated to an Amuse-Bouche of creamed sea urchin, I...think with a foam and a reduction. By coincidence, I’d had a couple of fresh sea-urchins from a fishmongers in Montmartre earlier that day, eating them outside the shop - they were salty, creamy, full of umami. The Amuse-bouche at Epicure was less of all three, so a true reduction. Some of the dishes were nice, including French caviar on creamed haddock and sorrel over foie gras. Although the latter did taste like the grassy burst you get in your face when lawnmowing wet and long overdue grass. Fun though. But as for the main courses, truffle shavings on three dishes out of five to me seems a little lacking in imagination. Two chicken mains, albeit originating from a large bladder mounted on silver chicken legs and paraded around the room, and no red meat? There was one dish, a coconut dessert, that I thought merited three Michelin stars. A chocolate half shell mimicking a top sliced coconut with coconut foam and coconut ice cream infused with lime and rum and tiny coconut shards, combining warmth and cold, varying textures of foam, crunch and cream all lifted by a mojito thread. And so, finally, there was a dish where the whole exceeded the sum of the parts, leaving me with a gentle Barbadian beach tune in my head as I ate, feeling a warm Caribbean breeze. However most of the rest I could have eaten at my local Bib Gourmand eaterie. That said, the only other thing that deserved three stars was the service. Smart, prompt but not overbearing, warm-hearted, witty, adept, all with a twinkle. The best service we have had, and whoever leads the team, well done. Finally, on leaving we were given a small loaf that had been baked in the Hotel bakery earlier that day, presented in a little drawstring bag by staff as a leaving present. We were hardly hungry going back to the hotel, and by the morning it was rock hard as evidenced by us repeatedly tapping it against the hotel wall. Amused our bouches, anyway.More

Date of visit: December 2023
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Reviewed 23 December 2023

The evening was a fabulous and memorable experience. We had the tasting menu which we thought was amazing, but we did struggle to finish. I was literally tasting a mouthful of food from each of the last few courses. The restaurant itself is beautiful. The...service was superb as it didn’t feel too formal or stuffy as it can in other Michelin starred restaurants. All staff were extremely professional and friendly, creating the perfect experience.More

Date of visit: December 2023
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Reviewed 5 December 2023 via mobile

Beautiful restaurant good service.. I’m not sure I will go back but definitely worth to try once for romantic dinner or special occasions

Date of visit: December 2023
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Reviewed 5 November 2023

The atmosphere was nice. Tables packed slightly too close together as we could very clearly heard next table’s conversations and another table’s podcast the whole time. Service was good. We had the tasting menu. The caviar and the langoustine were nicely done and creative. But...the next 3 courses were disappointing. The macaroni was way too heavy, the taste of black truffle and foie gras and mature parmasen combined together was too strong and salty. We started feeling a bit full at this point. The next one, scallop was done nicely, but not surprising as many restaurants could do that. The fault was in the gnocchi, again rather salty. Than the famous hen poached in a bladder. We found the concept interesting and we were excited to try it. When the white meat arrived, I tasted the mushrooms on the side first, and they were terribly salty! I can handle salty taste pretty well but the mushrooms totally exceeded my tolerance! Wine and water couldn’t cleanse the taste in my mouth away. And for the hen, the yellow wine probably was too much, losing the elegance that it should have, and also completely masking the original taste of the hen. Parts of the meat were also on the rough side. At that point, servers noticed I didn’t finish the dish. They came to apologize and did offer to change to another dish for me. I asked them to proceed anyway. Then the second part of the hen, the red meat, took exceedingly long to arrive. We counted, it took more than 30 minutes, while other tables usually got it within 15. We thought maybe they were doing sth to fix it according to my comments? No we’re wrong. As it arrived, the same super salty mushrooms. Nah. The red meat part was better than the previous part though. At that point, we were so frustrated with the long wait and the fair taste, and asked them to please serve the next 3 courses all in one go. The lemon dessert was creative and did manage to fresh me up a bit. The coconut dessert was surprisingly good, probably the best dish of the night. The chocolate dessert was average. Overall, of all the Michelin starred restaurants that we’ve been to, this one was one of the most disappointing experience. Don’t think we would go again.More

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed 15 August 2023 via mobile

Couldn't come to Paris and go to at least one of the ten three Michelin star restaurants in the city. After doing plenty of research, I opted for Epicure as it looked like the best option. All I can say after coming here is that...this is haute cuisine at its absolute finest. Michelin dining has peaked for me! First things first, it wasn't terribly difficult to book a reservation here, probably because of the fact there are so many three stars in Paris. Obviously I was keeping an eye on when dinner reservations became available, but it was nothing like some of the impossible reservations back home in the U.S. for three stars. Anyways, the food completely blew me away. The execution and creativity of every dish was on full display. On this particular trip, we had Tomate Ancienne, Large Langoustines, Candele Macaroni, Salmon from Scotland, and Lamb from Alpilles as our main courses. It's hard to really pinpoint what my favorite was because all of the dishes were outstanding. If I had to pick, the Large Langoustines was my favorite because of how perfectly cooked it was. The Candele Macaroni was amazing because of the black truffle mixed with mature Parmesan cheese. Salmon from Scotland was so soft that we didn't even need a knife to cut it. They even used the lamb in two different ways, to create a carpaccio initially and then cook up a roasted saddle of lamb. Oh, and the Tomate Ancienne was somehow frozen inside despite obviously being fresh. The best thing about Epicure is that all these dishes are on their a la carte menu, so if you opted to skip the tasting menu you could still have a lot of these dishes. Oh, and for that cheese and dessert course at the end? They have so many cheeses on hand, and they offer three...but I'm sure if you requested more you could totally have more. After the main dessert, they offer chocolate and macarons. And if you REALLY wanted it, you could have every single chocolate and macaron they offer. If it wasn't for the fact that we were completely stuffed by the end of the meal, I may have taken them up on that. Service...well, I have no words. I mean, this is truly the pinnacle of service right? A place like this could make you feel like they are too good for you, but they don't do that here at all as everyone is super welcoming. Epicure has an army of waiters here and they are on it like a machine. Every little detail was attended to. Every request we had was fulfilled, including getting our menus signed and taking a kitchen tour. Even got to talk to the head chef for 10 minutes, which is how I found how they made a jelly out of red peppers and that the salmon was actually cooked in a sous vide. Hell, you couldn't even go to the bathroom without someone walking you there. I have been spoiled for service at fine dining establishments, but Epicure is on a level on its own. Ambience is pretty amazing. Even though the inside dining room looked amazing, we decided on sitting outside considering it was a nice summer night with a very late sunset. The garden area is a great place to have a nice dinner! Bathed in evening light. Even when it got darker, the lighting was perfect to keep the right atmosphere. There's three stars, and then there's three stars in Paris. A truly wondrous experience and unquestionably the best dinner I have ever had. Best part is that they do have an a la carte menu, so I can still come back and opt for something cheaper. Absolutely love Epicure!More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed 28 July 2023

I wasn't going to write a review as I couldn't think of any more superlatives to describe the food, ambience and service that hasn't already been used in previous reviews but I just had to write one. We had the tasting menu and it was...delicious. The Scottish salmon , like all the courses, was amazing. The service was impeccable and the ambience was perfect. Worth every euro !More

Date of visit: July 2023
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Hotel Le Bristol Paris, Autre at Epicure, responded to this reviewResponded 2 August 2023

Dear eamonny2022, Such a delight to read your kind review ! Thank you for taking the time to write one, be assured that our team is never tired of compliments ! It was a great pleasure to share your feedback with our team. An Impeccable...More

Reviewed 26 July 2023

  I have been dining here for over 21 years now and have never had a bad course let alone a bad meal nor a bad or ill judged moment of service. At my most recent trip ( a celebratory lunch for eight people)...the dining room and surrounding gardens looked spit spot in the summer sunshine as did the cat walk aesthetic staff . After an array of amuse bouche that delighted both eye and palate WITHOUT blunting appetite, we started in earnest with perfectly sourced and sauced Scottish Langoustines. They were perfectly cooked - not sashimi raw nor oven dish rubberised , just set, unctuous and sweet. A delicate sauce perfumed with a little Eastern spice and a hint of mango served to highlight the beauteousness of the crustaceans. Everyone at the table had poulet de bresse en vessie- which delighted, impressed and nurtured the entire party. Served in the traditional way of two services with a cream sauce napped over the breast followed by a bouillon made of the legs Dessert involved fraises des bois and a parade of petit fours rounded things off. Flawless service , warm , friendly and professional. All Just SUPERB. Thank You Epicure ! Mubariz Hussain Sent from my iPhoneMore

Date of visit: June 2023
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Hotel Le Bristol Paris, Autre at Epicure, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2023

Dear guest, What a wonderful review ! Such a delight to read your feedback regarding your last experience amongst us. The confidence you have placed in us for so many years now is priceless. Thank you for being such a loyal ambassador for Epicure, and...More

Reviewed 21 July 2023

We have been at the Epicure about half a dozen times over the past decade. Our visit this year will probably bring this series to an end. It is not that the dishes are no longer good. By and large, they still are—though for the...first time, we found something to be unhappy with: the chef’s newfound penchant for curry. In our view, this ruined the blue lobster, the old recipe was better. In general, curry flavor is not what I would want in haute cuisine; if I want good curry, I’ll go to an Indian restaurant. The real issues are two: value proposition and customer care. In terms of value, relative to what is being delivered, the prices are no longer reasonable. With two courses (starter, main) and a glass of wine with each course, plus water and a coffee in the end, the bill came to almost 400 euros per person. Yes, I know, inflation and all that, but still. Part of the issue is that there are no more set menus other than the tasting menu, which is just a tad much for lunch. In terms of customer care, we found it amazing that every single time we go to Epicure, we are treated like new customers. Every time it is a blank slate—oh, you have dined with us before? If main street hotel chains like Marriott can keep track of preferences like foam pillows and high floors, surely the restaurant crown jewel in the Oetker Collection can keep track of past customers (with their approval, obviously)? How much more welcoming would it be to hear something like, “Welcome back, Mr. and Ms. X! We have your favorite outside table ready for you. Last time you enjoyed Y, can I recommend Z?”More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Hotel Le Bristol Paris, Autre at Epicure, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2023

Dear gumshoe7, Thank you for taking the time to write a review after your experience in Epicure. The behaviour you described relating to the welcoming of our service staff is not reflecting at all our values we wish to share with our guests. As you...More

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I don’t think we gave credit card details to secure the booking either when we went in December . We were staying at he hotel but I made the restaurant reservation direct so they wouldn’t have known this. I’m sure we got an... More
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I actually recently reached out to ask, and not only will they accept a 5 year old, they also have a children's menu.
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  • Food: 5
  • Service: 5
  • Value: 4.5
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