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Le Cinq

In a Parisian palace, a Michelin three-star restores a great wine list
Per-Henrik Mansson
Issue: August 31, 2003

The words "three-star dining" conjure up images of luxury, but few gastronomic temples can match the sheer opulence of the ornate Le Cinq -- even in France, where haute cuisine is a fine art. Tradition, beauty and history come together at this landmark, located in the Four Seasons Hotel George V, just off the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

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