Restaurant Paris Champs-Elysées : Gilles Epié
Gastronomic restaurant near the Champs-Elysées
Ideally located in Paris just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, discover le Citrus Etoile gastronomic restaurant. A welcoming and convivial setting where cuisine rhymes with poetry. The dishes tell stories marrying gastronomy and passion. At its head : the Chef Gilles Epié. Mixing knowledge, tradition and expertise, its simplicity has tempted the most demanding of diners. Exquisite tastes, gourmet or ebullient dishes, the menu uncovers many flavours and delicacies.
With his wife Elisabeth, he takes great pride in welcoming gourmets and epicureans and sharing his passion. The gastronomic restaurant serves a subtle and refined cuisine evoking the flavours of Asia or California.
Take your associates and colleagues to lunch in a ‘business’ atmosphere. In the heart of the 8th arrondissement, the restaurant is near to the western districts: Levallois Perret, La Défense, Asnières-sur-Seine and Boulogne-Billancourt. In the evening, many of you come to try the Chef’s creations for a dinner made of seduction and exchange of cultures.
The delicate and innovative dishes reflect an unusual cuisine, which combines with the classicism of French gastronomy and illustrates the Chef’s talents. Gilles Epié is a real contortionist in the kitchen and never fails to show it in his latest televised projects.
The gastronomic restaurant Le Citrus Etoile is open from Monday to Friday from 12 :00 to 2 :30pm and from 7 :30pm to 10 :30pm. It is located :
6 rue Arsène Houssaye
In the heart of the 8th arrondissement of Paris, treat your friends, colleagues or family to moment of conviviality in our company.
The restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from 12 :00 to 2 :30 pm and from 7 :30 to 10 :30 pm.
Gilles Epié has shaped his expertise and love of cooking in different restaurants : le Miravile (where he was the owner), la Petite Cour in Paris, as well as l’Orangerie in Los Angeles.
The culinary fusion of French-Californian dishes has enchanted many gourmets and personalities from around the world. The Chef is nicknamed the ‘Frenchy American’ and has cooked for many personalities. To name but a few: Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren, the King of Sweden, Bruce Springsteen, Slash, Sharon Stone, Gregory Peck, Richard Gere, Michel Polnareff, Elizabeth Taylor and Princess Diana.
In 2005, Gilles Epié accomplished his dream by acquiring the Citrus Etoile restaurant near the Champs-Elysées. After 10 years spent in the United States, he inspired his wife Elisabeth with his culinary mix. A challenge in a country where gastronomy is more than an art, he has been able to explore and import certain concepts such as steaming, Japanese sauces and condiments, crunchy vegetables, raw fish, marinade cooking… This ‘Californian American’ inspiration means a full and gourmet menu can be offered.