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Apicius
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Apicius

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Restaurant Apicius

  • Creative cooking
  • Mansion surrounded by a park

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Rates and services

Menus 180-220 EUR s.i. Carte 180 EUR s.i., 200 EUR s.i. (wine included)

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 EUR = 1.17 USD

Weekly closing

Saturday and Sunday.

Annual closing

August.

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The art of Jean-Pierre Vigato, Chef of Restaurant Apicius, draws its inspiration from traditional “bourgeois” cuisine, dishes left to simmer on the stove and the very best of market produce. This means that blue Brittany lobster, white truffle, John Dory and game will be accompanied by the simplest of vegetables, in dishes that showcase the creativity and love of cuisine that this self-taught Chef has inherited from his mother and grandmother. This superb 19th century private mansion on the ground floor of the former Hôtel de Talhouët-Roy boasts a welcoming atmosphere and in the summer, it opens onto a delightful garden, right in the heart of Paris.
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Mathieu Pacaud

Chef
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