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Pierre Gagnaire (born 9 April 1950 in Apinac, Loire) is a French chef, and the head chef and owner of the eponymous Pierre Gagnaire restaurant at 6 rue Balzac in Paris (in the 8th arrondissement). Gagnaire is an iconoclastic chef at the forefront of the fusion cuisine movement. Beginning his career in St. Etienne where he won three Michelin Stars, Gagnaire tore at the conventions of classic French cooking by introducing jarring juxtapositions of flavours, tastes, textures, and ingredients. On his website, Gagnaire gives his mission statement as the wish to run a restaurant which is 'facing tomorrow but respectful of yesterday'.

Newby who was very disappointed, writes a review on Yelp, "I'm sorry but I have to give Pierre Gagnaire a bad review. This restaurant seems to be on its last legs. While the service was very good and the ambiance of the restaurant quite good, the food, unfortunately, did not live up to expectations. We took the 5-course tasting menu at $450 each. This high-end restaurant provided a lot of show but not a lot of flavors. Perhaps it's the French palate and I am an American, but I found the food bland and unappealing. We've eaten at many fine-dining restaurants including The French Laundry, Chez Panisse, Quince in San Francisco, I found this food feel subpar for a high-end restaurant. From talking with the wait staff, Pierre Gagnaire has expanded his restaurant empire, and maybe he spread it too thin and can't maintain the quality of food at the Paris location."


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