Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Dinners in Paris

Although we're only in Paris for a few days, we enjoy some fabulous meals.  We return the Le Passage St. Honoré near our hotel, a restaurant that we stumbled into on a rainy night on our last trip a few months ago.  We start with foie gras and onion soup, followed by margret de canard accompanied by creamy potatoes with truffles and roasted chicken breast with mushroom risotto.  It is dark in the restaurant, so the photographs don't give justice to this fabulous meal.

Fois gras, onion soup

Duck, chicken

For breakfast, the hotel self-service buffet is a victim of Covid, but we are able to order assorted plates of our favorites:  cheese plate, charcuterie plate, bread plate (2 bread, 2 croissant, 2 chocolate croissant), along with cappuccino and fruit.  This really gets our day off to a great start.


We also return to our favorite duck restaurant in Paris:  Il etait une Oie dans le Sud Ouest, where we dine on foie gras, cassoulet, and margret de canard.  Yummm!

Foie gras with fig sauce

Cassoulet, margret de canard

For our last dinner in Paris this trip, we return to Le Passage St. Honoré for foie gras, margret de canard, and filet of sole.

Foie gras

Margret the canard, filet of sole

We've truly enjoyed our weekend in Paris and are now off to Germany, the main reason for this trip (Paris is just a bonus stop).

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