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Trip Report Les bons plans de Whathello

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Restaurant Elmer, 30 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth.

It opened 7 months ago, 150 m from place de la République.
Probably my best restaurant of the year in Paris. We started with an entrée (tomates anciennes for me) with a glass of white wine (ask the sommelier). Sounds very usual, but very good .
Then a cochon du ventoux for 2 (pork, cooked on the barbecue, rosé, tender, superb).
With a Pineau d'Aunis (we asked the sommelier) an unusual cépage.
We should have stopped but wanted to check the desserts. Chocolat au poivre de Timut (pepper from somewhere like Nepal or Tibet or cloase by) and for me apricots on barbecue with xxxberries.
Excellent.
Welcoming staff, efficient.
Price ? We got away with about 90 € per person... not cheap but worth every penny.

Une vraie cuisine française, inventive et raffinée.
Enjoy.

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