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Best Bouillabaisse in Paris


Paul Fink

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Its been over ten years since we were last in Paris. We are going again in May.

The was a seafood restaurant we've been to a few times that had the best bouillabaisse.

I fear they are now out of business.

 

So the question is who has best bouillabaisse in Paris?

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14 hours ago, Paul Fink said:

best bouillabaisse in Paris?

 

Why would you look for bouillabaisse in Paris?

It's like looking for Southern Fried Chicken in Alaska!

 

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14 hours ago, liuzhou said:

 

Why would you look for bouillabaisse in Paris?

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Because I've had really good bouillabaisse in Paris before.

I also have had great Schezwan in Beijing.

Even fantastic cassoulet  in Minneapolis

 

I've had greay sesoian in Bejing 

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Maybe you can have a look at this:

 

http://m.slate.fr/story/69247/meilleure-bouillabaisse-france-paris

 

It has been a while that I lived in Paris, but given that the city receives the best seafood from all over France you will find more than one decent place for Bouillabaisse. Le Dôme -as quoted in the article- looks pretty good to me ...

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