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Le Reminet, a perfect Californian meal in Paris

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Le Reminet and neighboring wine bar

Le Reminet and neighboring wine bar

Le Reminet, Cozy interiors

Le Reminet, Cozy interiors

Food in Paris can be overwhelming. Particularly after a week of breakfasting on croissants, lunching on baguette and pâtés, and dining on delicious cuts of game birds, and pigs cooked in clarified butter and fortified with bacon jus. And crème fraiche topped pastries in between meals. How can you not eat well in Paris? But you can be also be overwhelmed by the craft – thousand layers in Pierre Hermes’ mille-feuille, minced pig’s feet stuffed in small potatoes at Christian Constants’ Les Cocottes, Joël Robuchon’s langoustini ravioli with truffle sauce to name a few. Le Reminet by Seine, near Notre Dame, is a tiny restaurant where we ate one of the most delicious meals this Paris trip. And we could have been eating in San Francisco.

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December 3, 2010 at 8:54 pm

I tat I taw a puddy tat, I did taw a puddy tat … in Paris

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Zlebia from Tunisia

Zlebia from Tunisia

 

One watches travel channels and food TV and begins to think that one knows it all. Nothing should come as a surprise and often, nothing does. And then one finds Zlebia from Tunisia in the Latin Quarter of Paris!

What is this strange looking shiny pretzel like thing?

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October 11, 2010 at 7:31 pm