L’Arpège

  • Facade.
  • Découpe de la betterave.
  • Photo by J.C Amiel
    Betterave croûte de sel. Photo by J.C Amiel
  • Photo © Aurore Deligny
    Salle Arpège soir. Photo © Aurore Deligny
  • Photo by © Bernhard Winkelmann
    Tarte Bouquet de Roses. Photo by © Bernhard Winkelmann
  • Alain Passard Asperge.
  • Photo by J.C Amiel
  • Photo © Aurore Deligny
  • Photo by © Bernhard Winkelmann

    L’Arpège can make an all-vegetable menu seem as substantial as one that features meat or fish dishes. Chef Alain Passard is revered for his ability to bring the garden to your plate in unpredictable ways. No carrot or beet is what it seems; no celery root or mushroom will ever be the same again. Specialties: Vegetables.

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