Located at the Porte Maillot entrance to the Bois de Boulogne, La Grande Cascade is one of Paris? few remaining haute bourgeoisie French restaurants. The service still carries all the pomp and ceremony of the Second Empire that was the norm when this lavish pavillion was built. However, with its intricate ironwork and gold-leafing, the crescent-shaped dining room is the epitomy of Belle Epoque. The cuisine is correspondingly elaborate, as indeed are the prices. Dishes include foie gras confit, scallop gratin with truffles, caneton en croete. One of the most expensive places listed on this site.