Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire

Another giant on the French dining scene, Pierre Gagnaire set up his namesake, three Michelin-starred Paris flagship in 1996. He is known for a complex and innovative approach to cooking, and his small, shareable plates can be sampled at restaurants across the globe. Head to his second Parisian outpost, Gaya, for an approachable version of Gagnaire’s quintessential avant-garde approach. Sip a glass of wine at the backlit fish scale bar after dinner. 

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