Monday, May 27th
When Michelin starred Chef Guy Martin greeted us at the door, a deep sense of gratitude and humility welcomed us into what can best be described as his grand studio. Like the wonderful salons that housed excellent works of art pre-impressionism, Chef Martin exquisite and sumptuous masterpieces come to life on canvases of beautiful china. These works of art are pleasing to the eye and very satisfying on and in the palate.
Overlooking the Palais Royal’s gardens, Le Grand Véfour is a destination spot you must see to believe. To enter this architectural masterpiece is to step back in time when General Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine, as well as, Victor Hugo and Colette were frequent admires of this majestic dining destination. From the decorative walls and ceiling to the well manicured staff and outstanding cuisine, you shall leave wanting nothing as your every gastronomic desire is fulfilled. Ahhh but there is one dish I want and must have again and again – – the canard. This is an experience you must have. Words miss the mark but, I must confess in all my days of indulging in fine dining, I’ve never experienced canard of this caliber – – no knife needed. I must extend a heartfelt thank you to Mr. Christian DAVID – – you made our time at Le Grand Véfour one to be remembered and repeated. See you soon.
Chef Martin, we sincerely thank you for creating works of art that will stay with us. Your care, precision, creativity and mastery of fine cuisine shall be forever admired and revisited.
Visit: Le Grand Véfour, it’s a work of art.
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