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Open for Easter in Paris


LuckyGirl
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Does anyone have thoughts on places that will be open in Paris Easter day? I think the ideal choice would be a beautiful brunch but we could also go for a nice dinner in the mid-priced range.

If anyone would like to join us to dine on Easter send me a PM. We will be a group of 4, all Egulett participants in varying degrees.

TIA,

Diane

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My thanks to you both.

For Easter we had an early afternoon brunch at Drouant. It was perfectly lovely. Brunch that consisted of four small plates: one, a perfectly cooked poached/soft boiled (sous vide?) egg with a few delicate slices of jambon Iberico, a cumin carrot soup, a fruit salad and smoked salmon with herbed fromage blanc. The meal was served with very nice breads, pastries, fresh pressed juice, coffee and tea. It was a perfect meal with wonderful service in a lovely room.

Also thanks to John Talbot who asked for some details on my Easter brunch at Drouant. I am posting a link to the blog entry I made for our Easter day in Paris.

http://athomearoundtheworld.blogspot.com/2...r-in-paris.html

We did not do any finer dining on this visit so Drouant was even more appreciated. It was a really lovely brunch. So much so that I am still thinking about it, especially the egg.

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