Tante Marguerite belongs to the Bernard Loiseau chain of restaurants and serves traditional Burgundian cuisine, which attracts a high profile ... More
Tante Marguerite belongs to the Bernard Loiseau chain of restaurants and serves traditional Burgundian cuisine, which attracts a high profile clientele. Right from its name - which is very common among the women of Burgundy - to its food, the restaurant reflects the culture of Burgundy. The decor is just what you'd expect of a Loiseau restaurant - elegant and definitely upscale. So if you're planning on dining here, make sure you're dressed well!
This tucked-away spot is small , with ta low-key entrance and has few tourists inside. It is an elegant room with great service and delicious food. The patrons were mostly French and very well-dressed. I would highly recommend it.
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smoked tarama, spiced chicken on a skewer, and avocado cream to tuna caviar, curried stonebass on a skewer, and ...
Make your way to the lower section of the Aerogare des Invalides and you'll be confronted by a contemporary restaurant,
which has been the favorite eating spot among politicians since the war ended. The traditional French cuisine and the ...
The art nouveau decor of this Belgian restaurant is astonishing; it feels like going back to the twenties. The cuisine
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