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Le Louis XV, Monaco

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Sourcing food from the Mediterranean- “fruit, vegetables, iodine rich rock fish” ( creates the “symphony of tastes, composed and conducted by Franck Cerutti” ( Eating in the restaurant is like to travel back in time- “each feature in the dining room, from the crystal chandeliers to the portraits of courtesans that hang on the gilded walls, mirrors the opulence of Versailles” ( Set in Monte Carlo’s Hôtel de Paris, dishes are “light and attuned to the seasons, with intelligent, modern interpretations of Provençal and northern Italian dishes” ( On the menu you will find everything from “truffles and caviar to the best stewed salt cod on the coast” ( with ingredients changing with the seasons. To accompany the meal is a tremendous choice of 950 different wines which they keep “in a dungeon chiselled out of the rocks” (

Alain Ducasse Website.

Written by  Andrea Meyer.

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A fabulous dining experience and somewhere you really should go if in Monaco. It is worth every penny it costs!

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