CuisineHaute cuisine or molecular gastronomy, French
FeaturesRomantic, Foodie magnet, Notable chef, Tasting menu, Great design, Formal, Great views, Perfect for a special occasion, Exceptional wine list
Guy Savoy attracts serious gourmands—in fact, those who plan ahead can actually book a cooking lesson with the executive chef and dine at the his table in the kitchen. But it’s not all traditional French cuisine. In 2012, the three-Michelin star chef wrote a more playful menu loaded the new 13-course “Innovation” that includes such fanciful creations as spot prawns in a “sweet and sour fishnet” of mesh-cut daikon radishes. The classics (like his famous truffle artichoke soup and guinea fowl) are still here, and his mellow lounge is stocked with a collection of more than 30 rare Cognacs and makes for a sexy place to have a nightcap.