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Citrus Etoile

6, rue Arsène Houssaye Send to Phone
01 42 89 15 51
Métro: Charles de Gaulle - Étoile
Gilles Epié sets up shop off the Champs-Élysées with uncomplicated, Mediterranean-inspired haute cuisine.
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Citrus Etoile Restaurant Review

: After some years in California, Gilles Epié returned to Paris. He brought fresh air to the Champs-Élysées, or should we say sunshine with his beautiful Californian wife and partner Elizabeth who welcomes you in the orange- and white-toned restaurant. The bi-level space is roomy and comfortable, with ever-changing pictures adorning the walls. Epié has the unique talent of simplifying the elaborate. We like the salad of Paimpol coconut and octopus cooked in green tea or the catfish tartare with white asparagus and mint. To follow, grilled and breaded tuna accompanied with caramelized endives and the squab and cabbage infused with foie gras and truffle flavors. You can choose some cheeses or go directly to the chocolate soufflé, the "tout café" frappé in cappuccino, or the raspberry macaroon with vanilla mascarpone. Epié does his own bread, and is proud of his wine cellar that you can not miss as you enter the restaurant. The place is always packed at lunch; dinner is more cozy.

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Average rating    5
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Good Taste !
by calbert on Fri Mar 25, 2011 4:49 am
 
Citrus Etoile Perfect full menu
Located in Champs Elysées is rather big, of good taste and contemporary. The reception and the service is warm and very pro. The kitchen is divine and very creative, we have pass a wonderful meal and it was full.
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