Many expectations. Average and banal food. Most of it boring, "monochramatic" using the same concept and techniques again and again. Amateurish service. Poor value. Not the meal you expect from 2 Michelin star place.
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We scoured the Internet for hours trying to decide on a Michelin starred restaurant to visit during our 1st trip to Paris, finally settling on Passage 53. We booked well in advance as we wanted to visit on Saturday night. When we arrived (after walking...More
The understatement of the space is the most elegant way to be welcome. From the white tablecloth and Piet Stockmans porcelain dishes and Beautiful crystal glases thin as an eggshell. The food is a visual delight ...food is the most important thing presented at your...More
This was my second dinner here, and I loved it as much as the first. It's in a cool space inside an indoor atrium passage. The restaurant is very small, only about 5 tables. The menu is fixed, you eat whatever the chef is making,...More
I loved this place! I love how unassuming it is from the lane way entrance. I love how understated the decor is, with very simple yet interesting art on the wall, and almost a stark dining room or very minimalist. The dishes are presented the...More
The wine list is excellent and quite unique in many selections and it is very reasonably priced. The personalized excellent service combined with the lovely minimalist atmosphere and very quiet room led and unique fusion of Japanese cooking techniques with French cuisine led to a...More
Thanks to the recommendation of a well known Owner of a Gourmet Restaurant in Vienna we had Dinner in this tiny exclusive restaurant The degustation menu was overwhelming Absolutely perfect Every course This perfection has its price, but who understands about quality and all the...More
The restaurant is very low profile, we walked pass it few times still could not find the place. Food is excellent, I had a happy afternoon here. Worth the money and it deserves the 2 stars.
One of the best dining experiences, I have ever had! Perfect and exciting food, polite and friendly staff - a bit expensive, but worth every penny. Will most definitely come back, when I'm visiting Paris again! The selection of wines is incredible!
Passage 53 is tucked away behind a nondescript facade on the rather busy Passage des Panoramas shopping arcade; the sign has been painted over and white blinds completely obscure the windows. Inside is this tiny rectangular room which seats perhaps five or six tables. Waiters...More