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20 Rue St.-Martin paris

33 (0)1-42-72-25-76

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Alain Ducasse deserves the gratitude of all bistro lovers not only for saving one of the most-loved bistros in Paris—Benoit, founded in 1912—but for making it even better. Don’t miss such hard-to-find cuisine bourgeoise classics as langue Lucullus (layered mousse of foie gras and smoked tongue) at lunch or Tête de veau tigre bio en ravigote (veal’s head served in a caper, parsley, chervil, tarragon and shallot ravigote sauce) in the evening. Best of all, it's open daily. There are also offshoots in Tokyo and New York.

Written by Sandy Flick

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