Domaine de Lintillac
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Posted: Thu Jan 12 2012
Paris’s Domaine de Lintillac is the kind of restaurant which diners keep coming back to. Maybe you’ve been touring the Invalides or shopping at the Bon Marche, taking in the Rodin Museum or just catching a film at the Pagode, whatever it may be drop in to the Domaine de Lintillac and feel a real part of the French capital. The red painted exterior promises the most authentic take on French bistro dining, from checked tablecloths to low lighting to immaculate staff attending to one’s every need. The Perigord specialities couldn’t be more authentic, every dish made with produce delivered directly from family farmers in the tiny gastro-village of Lintillac.