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Posted: Fri Aug 9 2013
In the heart of the magnificent boulevard district of Paris, rubbing shoulders with the grand Place de la Concorde and Galeries Lafayettes, Tante Louise has successfully nurtured the tradition of bourgeois cuisine. The dining room is vintage 1930's decor. There's a low-ceilinged mezzanine level from which you can observe the well-dressed clientele below. The hearty Burgundian menu is under the very able direction of Stephane Schermully, and dishes may include starter of foie gras de canard pan-fried with grapes, main course of signature fillet of sole on finely-chopped mushrooms, and pudding of tarte tatin of figs with balsamic vinegar sauce. Fine burgundies and professional service.