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Prunier restaurant and caviar house in Paris' Avenue Victor Hugo is a restaurant of legend. Founded in 1924 and now under the careful guidance of Pierre Berge, the House of Prunier has succeeded in transplanting sturgeon to the waters of the Gironde, so now farm-fresh caviar of the Aquitaine is served alongside classic Iranian. Elegant and moneyed diners may choose the marble oyster bar or mount the majestic staircase to the stunning Art Deco dining room, a space of such beauty and romance you will want to stay and stay. Chef Eric Coisel offers a highly-skilled seafood-focussed menu featuring creations like king crab ravioli with tarragon, beautiful Breton sole Belle Meuniere, as well as truffle risotto and several types of Prunier caviar either chilled or simply prepared. Wines and service are exemplary.