Posts Tagged ‘tête de veau’

At Le Comptoir du Relais, there's a taste of Provence in Paris

Le Comptoir du Relais

This address has been packed since Yves Camdeborde left the beloved La Régalade, in the 14th Arrondissement, to set up shop in the decidedly more visitor-friendly 6th. He runs the hotel upstairs, as well, and if you really want a dinner reservation at the restaurant, you’d be wise to book a room; guests have priority in the booking process.

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Sautéed lamb with white beans is among the traditional fare on the menu at Le Rubis, in the 1st Arrondissement, in Paris

Le Rubis

I don’t know about you, but I find it reassuring that a place like Le Rubis still exists in Paris, particularly in a high-rent part of town, where one of the hottest places to “eat” is something called a water bar. Le Rubis is a 1930s-era bar à vin that seems to have changed little since then.

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