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Posted: Fri Aug 9 2013
Daru restaurant in Paris is just down the rue from the Russian Orthodox Cathedrale in little Russia – the perfect place for a home from home for nostalgic émigrés who have found their way here since 1918. The warm wood tables and paneling, blood-coloured banquettes and hanging lights, barrels of vodka, authentic art works and collection of glasses in proper sizes for sampling wine, beer, vodka – there are never fewer than 20 on offer – create a cosy ambience for meals and conversation. The menu focuses on the great Russian dishes: blinis and salmon, zakouskis, borscht, caviar, beef stroganoff and more.