For a two-Michelin-star restaurant like Le Meurice, the challenge is even greater. Executive chef Amaury Bouhours has to create dishes that not only live up to his usual world-class standards but continue to do so when they arrived on someone’s doorstep.
Executive chef Amaury Bouhours will launch a new takeout menu every week.
The refined menu will cost €70 ($75) per person with a small delivery fee for inner Paris
The new takeout menu was launched last week. It is comprised of three courses and is priced at €70 ($78) per person with a €9 ($10) delivery fee within central Paris. The refined selection will change regularly so diners will be able to discover something new and exciting every week.
The current menu offers seasonal delights such as tender leg of lamb served with peas and broad beans, and an elegant tortellini pasta with beets and ricotta. The desserts have been created by the restaurant’s world-renowned pastry chef Cedric Grolet, and all the ingredients will be supplied by local producers.
For those who want to challenge themselves in the kitchen, Le Meurice is also offering delightful produce baskets. These packages will include all of the ingredients required to make your chosen dish along with a step-by-step guide on how to cook and plate the ingredients. The basket is priced at €130 ($150). Customers can also be able to choose from an extensive wine list to complete their perfect “night out” at home.
To order, call +33 14 458 1044 or email: email@example.com
Not in Paris? We have compiled a list of Michelin-starred restaurants in New York and in London also offering takeout services.