Great soufflés, nice atmosphere, had a very nice lunch . Was there 13 years ago had the same experience ( nothing change)
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We had a delightful lunch: pleasant ambiance, good food and fine wine, and at a very fair price. We can recommend the gazpacho. The foie gras was good but not exceptional, and when we ordered the Sauterne we received an openhandedly generous pour, which we...More
If you enjoy souffles then you must try this restaurant. Sat outside on a lovely night in Paris enjoying a savory mushroom shuffle for my main course and a Grand Marnier souffle for dessert. Perfect meal in Paris!
Part of our family summer vacation every year is to spend a few days in Paris. For several years a highlight of our Paris stay has been a dinner at Le Récamier. We always enjoyed the soufflés but also other exquisitely prepared plates. What was...More
The rain started and much of Paris is closed for the holiday. Then, off the street we see Le Recamier. What a positive surprise. Great experience. The Henry IV Soufflé was remarkable, as were the deserts. The wait staff very helpful, with a dry sense...More
There were four of us including two Parisian friends. Our service was excellent and the food was very good to superb. My friend had a mushroom soufflé and it was delicious. It was a mild evening so sitting outside was a treat. It's obvious that...More
I was in Paris just two months ago and visited this restauran, again, every single day. It continues to have the best souffle in the world and a wonderful place to eat. Will repeat every time I visit.
Le Recamier is the restaurant where Mitterand brought Schröder,many years ago,and many senators,journalists etc frequent it today.They are correct in doing so,the savoury or sweet soufflés are outstanding,as is thge veal kidneys.Nice atmosphere and staff.
I'm glad I didn't read the recent reviews before having dinner with my wife here. Otherwise we would not have gone, which would have been a real shame. We were having a late evening walk in this delightful part of Paris and trying to find...More