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Best restaurant in a Hyatt hotel?

Old Sep 17, 20, 3:05 pm
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The Hotel du Louvre’s Brasserie has 1 Star. Given the location (1st arrondissement), being in a hotel and having a Michelin Star the prices are surprisingly reasonable. Not the best, but notable.
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Old Sep 17, 20, 3:15 pm
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
Timber House is the downstairs place at PH Seoul with all the wood, right? I recall a good (and IIRC seasonal) cocktail menu there, but I wouldn't think of it as a dinner place.

Breakfast in the restaurant was pretty good.
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Old Sep 17, 20, 4:45 pm
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Originally Posted by drewp123 View Post
The Hotel du Louvre’s Brasserie has 1 Star. Given the location (1st arrondissement), being in a hotel and having a Michelin Star the prices are surprisingly reasonable. Not the best, but notable.
The star is not from Michelin. Still, it's a pleasant restaurant.
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Old Sep 17, 20, 5:08 pm
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
The star is not from Michelin. Still, it's a pleasant restaurant.
I appreciate you correcting me. I looked further and was wrong.
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Old Sep 23, 20, 11:03 pm
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
The star is not from Michelin. Still, it's a pleasant restaurant.
Could it be a Gault-Millaut "toque"?
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Old Sep 24, 20, 4:54 am
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Peking duck at Made in China at PH Beijing and then going to the 2 story penthouse suite that was a 9000 pt a night upgrade is one of my best Hyatt nights.
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Old Sep 24, 20, 7:23 am
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My wife & I are big fans of Montagu at The Churchill in London. Have dined 3 times at the "Chef's Table" with chef Carlo - great experience each time.
The other restaurant (Locanda Locatelli) there has (or had) a star, but we prefer Montagu.
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Old Nov 10, 20, 5:34 am
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How about the La Palme d'Or at the Hotel Martinez in Cannes. It's an excellent 2 Michelin starred restaurant

https://guide.michelin.com/en/proven.../la-palme-d-or
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Old Nov 10, 20, 3:09 pm
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Big fan of McCoys at the MCO Hyatt. Solid restaurant with good selection, great service, sushi is good, bar is wonderful.

MCO Hyatt is one of, if not my favorite overall non resort Hyatt's.
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Old Nov 10, 20, 3:53 pm
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AnnaMaya at Andaz Delhi is one of the best Hyatt restaurants.
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Old Nov 11, 20, 7:32 am
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I know that opinions differ but all meat lovers might think that also the new Nusr-Et at Park Hyatt Istanbul would be a good choice. They now have a restaurant of this superb-meat dishes-chain because Nusret Gökce is the new owner of the hotel.
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Old Nov 11, 20, 10:59 pm
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The Beijing Duck and Beggars Chicken in the Hyatt on the Bund in Shanghai is spectacular.

Hotel food in Asia typically is the best 8n town choice for me. 3-5 meals a week typically I'll eat at a hotel when not traveling. Buffets in China fabulous

In US, I stay away from hotel food usually
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Old Nov 12, 20, 8:12 pm
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Talde in the Confidante was excellent, although it's closed now.
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Old Nov 13, 20, 3:56 pm
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My favorite was the Back Room at the PH in NYC. I was so disappointed when that restaurant closed. I live locally and used to go there all of the time.
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Old Nov 13, 20, 5:07 pm
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The former Paris Grill at GH Seoul. Did one of the best brunches in the city and much better than the Sowolro 322 collection.

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