Monthly Archives: September 2017

pigeon in Paris restaurants | parisbymouth.com

On the menu: pigeon

Here are some of the ways that pigeon is being served in Paris restaurants. Click any photo (or hover over it) to read the caption and learn where the dish is from.

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Le Grand Bain restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Le Grand Bain

Le Grand Bain currently holds the #2 spot in our list of favorite restaurants for small sharable plates.

I became a fan of chef Edward Delling-Williams when he was cooking at Au Passage, and so I was thrilled when he opened Le Grand Bain on one of the grungiest / coolest streets in Paris. Like at Au Passage, there’s an ever-changing chalkboard menu of small plates, many of them vegetable driven (if not always vegetarian). You’ll also find massive hunks of protein to share. On a recent night, my friend and I competed for the last bite of a beautiful (entire) sole for only 30€, while vowing to return for the whole lamb shoulder that had us drooling on the neighboring table. This delicious drama played out while sitting outside on a street that’s a destination for graffiti tourists. Le Grand Bain is a great place to eat well and to drink natural wine while surrounded by the joyful cacophony of Belleville. >> Read More