4, rue Beethoven 1

$ 0 Bed 0 Bath No Furnish 0 Garage No Child Rooms

Opened in 2000, L’Astrance has ascended from one Michelin star to three in the past ten years. Although criticized in the past for sacrificing the fare to ceremony and decor, there is plenty on offer here to stimulate the palate. Chefs Pascal Barbot and Christophe Rohat concoct dishes such as gratin-style mussels and red mullet with tamarind butter. The decor is predominantly grey, with classically-clad wait staff, and a tranquil dining experience is guaranteed. Set menus are €150/approx. $158, and €250/approx. $330 with wine


  • Vic Scara

    One of our prime directives here at Weekend Mission Control has long been to find and review a Proper French Restaurant or PFR

    on January 16, 2015 Reply

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