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Posted: Wed Aug 8 2012
Not a crumb of detail gets brushed aside at L'Agapé. From the Starck light fittings, Bernardaud designer tableware and posh Perceval knives to world-class haute cuisine food and extra-stellar service, everything at this sober-looking fine dining restaurant in a quiet corner of Paris 17th says ‘Michelin star’ (which it has – one). Head chef Betrand Grebault, straight from Arpege - Alain Passard's exceedingly expensive Left Bank restaurant – masterminds a seasonal menu of light, farm-fresh dishes made with the best French produce; butter from Bordier, meats from butcher to the stars, Hugo Desnoyer… Also from l’Arpège, L'Agapé’s maitre’d leads a splendid staff of gastronomes who takes obvious pleasure in serving each course. The wine list is a joy.