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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
Café Terminus restaurant in Paris’ historic Hotel Concorde St Lazare beautifully transports you to the age of the Grand Tour. The impressive, art deco environs are honoured with a subtly modern interpretation of classic Belle Epoque luxury, with stunning wooden panelling, displays of antique china and culinary artefacts, white table linens, fresh flowers and views of the busy rue St Lazare. Head chef Guy Pommelet offers original, sophisticated French cuisine in dishes like skate and seaweed terrine with caper vinaigrette, lamb with chorizo and paprika accompanied by violet artichokes. Chef patissier Lionel Bee has created an equally fascinating dessert menu with creations like Caribbean chocolate suspension with clear grapefruit and praline jelly. Excellent service and moderate prices make Café Terminus a favourite with travellers and locals alike.