Posts Tagged ‘gratin dauphinois’

If you’re craving steak with all the French trimmings served in a bustling bistro atmosphere, the 11th Arrondissement Paris restaurant Chez Paul delivers on all accounts

Paris Restaurants: Chez Paul

The weather has long since turned in Paris, and the cool, crisp air is now the norm. Instead of fighting winter’s fury, I’m trying to embrace it, and there’s no better way to warm up than to take my pick of Paris restaurants and wedge into a crowded bistro for some homestyle French specialties.

Walking into Chez Paul on a recent Saturday night, I was greeted with the exact bistro experience I was craving.

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Pommes à la Dauphinoise

France has at least as many potato dishes as there are days of the year. Pommes à la dauphinoise, or gratin dauphinois, is both one of the simplest and one of the tastiest. Traditionally it’s baked in a shallow gratin dish rubbed with garlic, but I like the […]

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