Christian Constant sold Le Violon d'Ingres to Bertrand Bluy, who also hails from France's South-West and is the owner of Les Papilles (in Paris's 5th ...
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Personnel très attentionné . Nourriture succulente. Un excellent moment à refaire.
Food was quite good but nothing to rave about. Service was attentive and excellent. Overall a pleasant experience, but there wasn’t anything special that would make us want to go back again.
Excellent déjeuner !
The dishes were rather salty for our taste. The glass wine of the menu were decent; but my partner thought the choice of red wasn't as good. It was a national holiday, the servers got a bit too busy as the clients grew. All the basic (courtesy and dish presentation..) were good but that's what are expected for one star restaurant.
Adresse à recommander
Had the lunch menu. Delicious root vegetable soup followed by an outstanding dish of Fried squid with black ink risotto. Imaginstive dish that really delivered. I would go back just for that dish. Finished with a well executed Grand Marnier Soufle. Great value in context.
Modern flair and excellent food
Fantastic meal and lovely service. Authentic place and authentic people. Very enjoyable
This is my second time at the Violon d'Ingres and it was an excellent experience, again. The food is delicious, combining quality and quantity and the service follows a perfect pace.
We had a reservation for months. They sat us all the way in the back next to a very loud party of 12. Also next to a couple with a baby! The baby was better behaved then the French people at the party. Our server was very nice young man and he did really well. We did not get the top notch waiters though. I guess because we were lowly Americans. The food was fine. They wine was excellent as was the sommelier. The restaurant was very hot very uncomfortable. We won’t ever be going back. We were there years ago and it was so lovely. Not this time.
Amazing food and impeccable service!!!
Unusually great food and service
I have dined at this restaurant before, and it was incredible in the past. It seems that there has been a change both in the atmosphere (not as personal and warm) and the food (very good, but not once did I stop and just feel the need to savor the incredible tasting moment, as it seems I did after every course on my previous visit). I have heard ownership changed, but the head chef did not, so I was hoping it would remain my favorite Paris restaurant. Alas, I was mistaken. Still an enjoyable experience, but not incredible, not a Michellon experience.
Restaurant is located in nice area, with pleasant lunch food, I recommend to have your experience in this amazing restaurant. Bilingual speaking staff will make you fully understand the French cuisine
One of the best lunch experience I ever had for a very long time. Looking forward to returning soon.
Excellent food great service
the beef fillet and the pigeon are prefect!
It was an amazing moment - a feast for the taste buds!!!
Déjeuner : de 12h à 14h30 (tous les jours)
Dîner : de 19h à 22h (tous les jours)
135 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007, Paris, France, RestaurantAddress
Métro - École Militaire (M8)
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