This is the gastronomic restaurant of the Danish House (Maison du Danemark) that proudly waves its flags on the Champs-Elysees, just at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe. After its fairly recent... Read More
This is the gastronomic restaurant of the Danish House (Maison du Danemark) that proudly waves its flags on the Champs-Elysees, just at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe. After its fairly recent renovations, a new, young chef was recruited from the homeland to show off Denmark's considerable national heritage of cooking savoir-faire. This chef is Andreas Moller and his tattoo-covered arms speak of a man whose interests and accomplishments are not only in the kitchens of the world's capitals. Though there is where he certainly excels. His devotion to authenticity is evidenced by his insistence that all products be flown in directly from Denmark fresh daily. The Art de la Table here speaks of that Scandinavian simplicity and elegance. This is a food connoisseur's table, with the more casual dining experience on the ground floor of the Maison du Danemark.
- Fine Dining: "Lunch here is a light fare and all about tasting the chef's chosen menu of the day. Dinner is an altogether classier affair, though both highlight Chef Andreas Moller's skilled accomplishments in the kitchens."
- Best for Fine Dining Because: A gastronomic restaurant in a spectacular setting overlooking the 'most beautiful Avenue in the world,' the Champs-Elysees.