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Posted: Mon Aug 12 2013
Mavrommatis in Paris’ Latin Quarter is the best Greek restaurant in town, and the news is spreading fast. The brothers Mavrommatis, recognised for the extraordinary quality of their cuisine, service, and ambience, have created in their eponymous eaterie a superb dining experience. The décor, like the food, is elegant and refined though not at all stuffy. With white table linens and antiques, sunlight, wooden floors and greenery and a verdant terrace, Mavrommatis is a warm, inviting location. If your idea of Greek cuisine is fluorescent taramasalata, let the knowledgeable, professional staff guide you through the menu and wine carte. Ingredients are of the highest quality and dishes include, for instance, Mediterranean prawns sautéed in ouzo with marmelade of tomato and crunchy fennel. There is a tasting menu and super choice of wines from Hellenic vines.