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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
A quiet little Parisian street close to Saint Lazare hides a surprising restaurant which takes diners off of the gastronomic beaten track. Somewhere sandwiched between Paris’ most iconic landmarks you’ll find yourself whisked away to France’s premier food region, Perigord. Home to ceps, black truffles and foie gras, Perigord offers among the world’s most prized foodie treats. In the attractive, homely surrounds of Le Sarladais gastronomes craving a taste of exactly what France is all about will find their holy grail. Fresh fish daily arrives from Carentec, foie gras de canard and duck confit are specialities of course while escargots and cassoulets have never been less contrived. Ooh la la.