Posts Tagged ‘Le Casse-Noix’

Sweetbreads with foie gras at Le Bistro des Gastronomes, in the 5th Arrondissement, in Paris

Le Bistro des Gastronomes

Back in January, my pal Alessandra told me about a new Paris bistro she had discovered. She had been there a few times and loved it, but was worried about its future; the place was never more than half full, and she hadn’t seen anything about it in the press. I didn’t make it there then, but a few weeks ago I saw that John Talbott had written it up and credited Alessandra with the discovery. Others followed, and it finally made the […]

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Le Casse-Noix

Le casse-noix means “nutcracker,” and at the end of a meal at this recently opened bistro near the Eiffel Tower, you’ll be presented with a dish of walnuts in their shells and a metal cracker to break them open. It’s a charming and generous touch, and not the only one you’ll encounter during dinner here.

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