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Le Triangle in the 10th: I'm ambivalent about passing this on.

John Talbott | Feb 6, 201507:34 AM     16

I ate today at an unheralded place (probably Parnassien has been, but not many others) in the deepest 10th which had real stick-to-the-ribs but creative (try spicy turnip greens and fondue on gnocchi) chow. Now this is a place that delivers value per bite (20 E for 3 courses) and sip (wines starting at 24 E a bottle) and according to some, I should keep "in pectore" but the place really deserves custom from the likes of us (not that it needs it - it was full).
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