3 Michelin starred restaurants in Paris with the best lunch deals

Paris (series C)

Dining at 3 Michelin star restaurants in Paris is definitely not a cheap experience. A single dish might cost around 100 euros and over.  Most of the 3 Michelin star restaurants though offer much better deals at lunch (except for Guy Savoy and L’Ambroisie ). Here are the prices for lunch menus at 3 Michelin restaurants in Paris in ascending order. ( Winter 2014; prices without wine pairing)

L’Astrance

http://www.astrancerestaurant.com/

Lunch (starter, fish, meat and dessert ): 70 euros

Pierre Gagnaire

http://www.pierre-gagnaire.com/#/balzac/carte_balzac

Lunch( 5 amuse bouches, main course, desserts):  85 euros150 euros for a lunch tasting menu.

Le Pré Catelan

http://www.restaurant-precatelan.com/

Lunch ( starter, main dish, cheese, dessert,coffee and petits fours ) : 105 euros

Ledoyen  http://commercial.groupeepicure.com/homeledoyen.html
Lunch ( starter, main course, cheese and dessert ) : 128 euros

Alain Ducasse at Le Meurice

http://www.alain-ducasse.com/fr/restaurant/restaurant-le-meurice-alain-ducasse

Lunch (two starters, one main dish, cheese and dessert) : 130 euros

Epicure  http://www.lebristolparis.com/fr/restaurants-et-bars/epicure/

Seasonal menu ( starter, main dish, cheese and dessert) : 135 euros

L’Arpège

http://www.alain-passard.com/

Lunch tasting menu  (9 courses ) : 140 euros

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