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Prunier

Prunier has been long known as a quiet, expensive, bourgeois, good seafood place. The jet-setters during the '60s such as Onassis liked to come here often.

Recently Yves Saint-Laurent's partner, Pierre Bergé, acquired the restaurant.

Now rumored to be even more chic and expensive. Haute cuisine is guaranteed, for a price...


More Info: Reservations required.

Address: 16 Ave Victor Hugo
City: Paris
Postcode: 75016
Phone: 01 44 17 35 85
Fax:
Added: September 28th 2002

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Food:
10.0
Service:
10.0
Ambiance:
10.0
Value:
10.0
Overall:
10.0
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