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Michelin Guide
Modern Cuisine
The Michelin Guide's review
This restaurant with an appealing façade and sleek interior (dark brushed-effect painted walls, wooden fittings, large window letting in plenty of natural light) was designed by a chef with a passion for produce. After working at Hiramatsu for 18 years, for 10 of which he was head chef, he now astounds diners with his dazzlingly modern, precise and coherent French cuisine. While casting a spotlight on premium-quality ingredients, he also does a beautiful job of staying true to the seasons. You will find no fixed menu here: the set menus change every day in line with the chef's inspiration. And in case you were curious: The name of this place is an homage to Alain Senderens and his restaurant L'Archestrate, but it is also a clever play on words ("artisanal", "orchestra" and "art"). In the end, what matters is that you enjoy yourself… and you certainly will.