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Tomy & Co, Paris (7e)

pierre | Oct 12, 2016 02:45 AM

We dined recently at this 1 month old restaurant. The owner /chef is the ex chef of Pirouette. The modern interior with bare wood tables and non sound absorbing ceiling and walls is quite noisy, which will make a new York city visitor feel at home.

We started with Gnocchi with truffles and cheese, crunchy and soft and very tasty. An outstanding entree. For a main, I had the lobster, chunks of sweet lobster, bits of beets, parsley, etc., again very flavorful and different. My companion had the duck breast with a sesame crust over a slightly sweet sauce, a winner, especially if you like sweetness.

The wine list was not interesting. I was disappointed with the Rully, overly oaky and lacking balance. They graciously replaced it with another choice.

The 3 course dinner is 45 euros. A few dishes had supplements of 3 to 5 euros. The cuisine was sophisticated with interesting and different dishes.

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