48 Rue Saint Georges
Tel: +33 01 85 15 27 00
Sat, 09/10/2016, 8:00pm reservation
Le Muselet, which refers to the outer metal covering of the champagne bottle cap, is a cute restaurant nestled in the 9th arrondissement. The interior reminds you that you've stepped foot into a champagne cellar, hence the name Le Muselet. The restaurant houses only 20 or so seats led by chef Satoshi Nakamura.
The dinner menu is actually only prix fixe, offering a four course or seven course menu. They also offer the choice of a champagne pairing if you so choose. We chose the five course menu.
|The champagne to start with. It was delicious and refreshing.|
|COURSE ONE: AMUSE BOUCHE ONE: Duck crepe with Raclette Powder and Dates filled with Cheese. This was absolutely delicious for the first bite. It was light and the crepe had the perfect texture. It was a burst of flavor all rolled into one.|
|COURSE ONE: AMUSE BOUCHE TWO: Pumpkin Mousse with Vanilla Powder and Olive Oil. I actually really loved this dish. It was a little bit sweet and creamy, but I loved it regardless. It was smooth and downright scrumptious.|
|COURSE SIX: Cheese. The cheese course consisted of comte and something similar to a Brie accompanied by Apple holly and nuts. It was delicious and I finished every bite of this cheese course.|
|COURSE SEVEN: Dessert: Meringue with Raspberry Sorbet with Vanilla Mousse. The dessert was delicious but wasn't amazing. I do like the meringue and the sorbet mellowed out the sweetness. It was light, which was a good way to end the meal.|
Notable Dishes: Octopus and Duck Two Ways