Restaurants & Bars

Report on Poland and Paris(long)

Sue | Aug 21, 200204:21 AM

Thanks to all for info on Poland. Had great meals at following in Warsaw
Fukier on Rynek Starego Miasta--beautiful fairly expensive $100 with vodka and wine
Restauracja Polska(thanks Debbie) excellent service very decorative little less expensive than Fukier
Also ate at Boathouse which I thought was awful--bad food and surly service though a pretty setting
Hawelka on Old Town Square--traditional Polish food delicious herring, trout, pork -eat downstairs for under 50$
Chlopskie Jadlo-lots of fun -casual and great potato pancakes, salads, uner 40$

On to Paris and some short comments
La Vieux Bistro-food was good- lots of English - had a good bottle of Sancerre and grilled sole -husband had delicious boeuf bourguigon
Georges for lunch -a must for the decor and view alone!
La Truffiere--the highlight of my dining in Paris this time. Eat in the romantic cave and have great food and service--complimentary cream of celery soup with truffle oil, followed by a fish mousse, snapper tempura roasted bass-price of meal dependent on wine choice--located near Pantheon at 4 rue Blainville-open on Sunday
L'Oulette-next best in the 12th-15 Place Lachambeaudie-
modern space and we were only people speaking English-great 45$ menu including choice of good house wine -lovely service
L'Avant Gout-more than satisfactory-great salmon and a wonderful cold spinach soup
Chez Maitre Paul--worst of the dinners-inflexible manager, ordinary food and Lots of English spken
Alcazar-not as trendy as it was but had good food
Les Bookinistes-another excellent meal but place was so crowded-tables very close and mediocre service
Hope this helps you world travellers

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