Restaurant Anne, new gourmet and intimate table at Paris Place des Vosges

Maybe haven’t you ever noticed the wonderful Hôtel at the Place des Vosges, Le Pavillon de la Reine. We must say that is you don’t know about it, it’s very discreet. The latter lacked a restaurant and it’s no longer accurate with the birth of Anne, an intimate and gourmet table. A true delight for the taste buds!

At the unmissable and charming Place des Voges, Le Pavillon de la Reine, a five-star hotel, hides a lovely shady garden where you can’t suspect when you see the 28 Place des Vosges.
Including 56 rooms and suits, it’s part of these magical places in Paris.
If informed tourists and Parisians already know it exists, it still lacked a restaurant to attract even more people. It’s now all settled!

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Welcome to Anne restaurant!
Set on the ground floor of the hotel, in the “Librarylounge, it welcomes you in a very intimate and warm setting.
Many books, including works by Victor Hugo (who lived at the Place des Vosges), adorn the room.
Let’s seat on comfortable armchairs and enjoy the peacefulness of the place, tables being not many, and the very lovely view on the garden!
We don’t feel like in Paris anymore, we feel like in the country side.

The surprise continues with the food. Indeed, chef Mathieu Pacaud came up with the menu honoring French gastronomy but with a modern twist! The menu is rather short and revolves around the seasons and the chef’s inspiration of course! Running the kitchen, the young and talented chef Edouard Chouteau who trained with the greatest, Le Bristol, Pierre Gagnaire, Arpège. He brilliantly cooks dishes designed by chef Mathieu Pacaud and improves produces unearthed at the best producers.


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On the menu, as a starter, you have the pan-seared sea scallops with golden caviar, sunchokes and wheat with an iodic consommé (€45) that will likely surprise you, or maybe you’d rather go for poached duck foie gras, quince and green apple jelly with Sauternes wine (€39).

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As a main course, the wild turbot with truffled celery leaf, traditional beurre blanc (€65), rack of suckling lamb from Lozère, browned with black garlic, parsnip dauphone (€45) you’re presented cooked with hay before having it cut, or score beef fillet with marrowbone, puff potatoes, genevoise sauce (€45).
To wrap it up, you can enjoy a truffle Mont d’Or cheese or maybe you’d prefer a sweet note with the chocolate soufflé (€18)!

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Associations are surprising and delicious, cooking is perfect, so is seasoning!
Love of good food is definitely there.
You can get dishes à la carte, but you also have a tasting menu including a starter, two main courses and a dessert for €105 and if you love truffle, there’s a special menu for €150.

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To accompany these flavorful dishes, a beautiful wine list. Gabrielle Vizzanova, an expert in the field, visit several vineyards every day to find some nice gems perfectly pairing the restaurant gourmet menu.
The staff is attentive and very kind
You can let yourself go from the beginning to the end of the meal paced by lovely attentions.

When the first sunny days will arrive, you can even enjoy the few tables set in the garden and listen to the birds sing as well as the harp players of the Place des Vosges. What a peaceful moment!

Restaurant Anne is part of these exceptional tables where we enjoy an exceptional and peaceful moment over very good food.

Candice L.
Last updated on 20 February 2019

Practical information

Location

28 Place des Vosges
75003 Paris 3

Prices
Le soufflé au chocolat: 18 €
Le foie gras de canard poché: 39 €
Le carré d'agneau: 45 €
Le turbot sauvage: 65 €
Le menu dégustation en 4 services: 105 €
Le menu truffe: 150 €

More information
Ouvert midi et soir du mercredi au samedi et le dimanche uniquement le midi

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