Le Perroquet Vert
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Posted: Thu Aug 8 2013
If tucking into a steak béarnaise and handcut chips, with a glass of Cotes de Rhone, in front of a crackling fire is your idea of a good time, you’ll like Le Perroquet Vert. Once frequented by celebrity arty types like Pablo Picasso and Edith Piaf, this old coaching inn on a side street off Place Clichy has had hip new life breathed into it by modern art and its appreciators, and a creative chef who knows exactly how to please gourmands on a budget. Let Le Perroquet Vert regale you with smoked duck breast with pear, foie gras with fig and raisin chutney, roasted veal in its own juice, sage and vegetables, and Creole-style snapper. Drink Crozes Hermitage, Saint Emilion Grand Cru or champagne by the flute.