Paris is considered by many to be the dining capital of the world. For this reason, visitors in Paris should make sure to take advantage of the rich culinary offerings in the City of Light. Guests staying at the Hôtel Louvre Marsollier are in a great spot to check out some of the exceptional restaurants located in the center of Paris. Of course, French food is a must, and a restaurant called Franck Enée invites diners in for a traditional yet innovative French cuisine experience.
The mood is set as soon as patrons step through the doors. Colorful yet muted tones are blended together with sophistication. With plenty of cozy booths, diners can enjoy the privacy and intimate setting that is often lacking in French bistros. With numerous framed pictures adorning the walls, the Franck Enée Restaurant oozes with a creative ambiance.
This creative flair is intentional as chef Franck Enée — after whom the restaurant is named — takes pride in squeezing every bit of innovation from his ingredients. This is evident from the menu, which mixes classic French elements with more modern touches in order to create something wholly unique.
The starters, for example, include foie gras sausage in a pork brioche, served with autumn salad, as well as sea urchin with cucumber gelée, herring caviar and black chanterelle mushrooms. Then, for the main course, diners can try crispy rabbit with dried fruit and wild mushrooms, lamb en croute or European hake. In addition to an ensemble of delicate dishes, the restaurant also offers a selection of fine wines — the perfect addition to such an extraordinary meal.
Lemon-saffron tarts and sweet soufflés await those who save room for dessert. Finish off with a shot of espresso, and you have just had the ultimate Parisian meal. C’est si bon!