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Posted: Mon Aug 12 2013
Caviar Kaspia restaurant in Paris has been a monument on the Place de la Madeleine since the roaring twenties. This luxurious, elegant restaurant is traditional in décor with light wood-panelled walls, taupe figured carpet and seating, cases dotted with works of art and porcelain, and table linens the colour of the sea – perfect for a restaurant that specializes in fine caviar of the Kaspian. The menu offers dozens of ways to consume these black pearls, neat, on blinis, with eggs, and so on, all utterly delightful. Or try the medallions of Breton lobster on haricots verts, or creations focusing on crab, smoked salmon or herring.