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I'm looking for a restaurant that creates their menu based on the wine which is being served, exactly like Senderens used to do.
I've been to Enrico Bernardo's restuarant, not Goust but the other one, and thought the pairings were mediocre. His approach seemed to be more "I can make any pairing work just by making slight modifications". I wasn't convinced.
Bistrot du Sommelier does an excellent job of pairing and for me this was better than Bernardo's efforts. But it's still not the same as creating a menu around the wine.
How is 110 Taillevent as far as pairings? I have doubts when the same dish is offered with 4 different wines.
We will be in Paris at the end of May, if there is anything else wine related, don't hold back.
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