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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
In an atmospheric corner of Paris, on a street running alongside the beautiful Cimitiere du Pere Lachaise is Aux Troubadours, a restaurant dedicated to combining fine cuisine and entertainment in sumptuous surroundings. A warm, romantic dining room has the atmosphere of a medieval castle with heavy wood furniture, stone walls and candles held in sconces, casting shadows over the room as you listen to incredible live performances of Puccini, Mozart or Rossini, given by local divas in the making. You may also stumble across a poetry reading or lyrical concert, many in foreign tongue – Flemish, Hebrew, English.
If the entertainment is not intriguing enough for you then the Aux Troubadours menu certainly will be, hearty and nourishing, inspired by medieval texts for an authentic experience.