6.2 Ore (which means mouth not gold), in the Chateau de Versailles in Versailles, 01.30.84.12.96, closed Mondays (RER or SNCF) is Alain Ducasse's latest attempt to bring fine dining to old treasured sites, in this case the Chateau of Versailles. The setting is as one would expect it, spectacular, the décor fitting and the views out the window stunning. The only jarring element is that one emerges from the elevator to face not the welcome counter but the pantry in which the dishes are stored.
My friend who kindly arranged transport from Paris to celebrate my Birthday, and I looked at length at the carte (for those who cannot read it clearly here, go to their website) and were struck by how few items we craved. We both started with epeautre (spelt) with wild mushrooms which was quite tasty; then she went to the coquillettes with ham and truffle bits while I had the supreme de pintade with pumpkin two ways - OK, but no great shakes; and shared the Paris-Versailles dessert which was very, very good.
Our bill, with a bottle of Bordeaux, decent bread and 2 coffees, was 124 E. dB's = 82.6.
Go? If tired after walking for hours it's not bad for a museum cantine although I realize that's a low bar. Me, I'd go a few blocks over to the Table 12 which offers truly spectacular food, from start to finish. Oh, BTW, eating here gets you into the Chateau as well.