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Reed restaurant in the 7th - What a gem!

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If you are looking for terrific French fare in Paris, try Reed at 11 rue Amelie in the 7th art. Joan recommended it to us and it lives up to the recommendation. We had dinner there tonight and it was just wonderful. Chaz had charcuterie ( jambon, andouillete and a duck rillete) ; delicious!! I started with a cream of cauliflour and leek soup. Also wonderful! The main courses were risotto with potimiron ( kinda like pumpkin) and blanquette de veau...bite were incredible! A light lemon "cheesecake" finished the meal. We hadcoffee and bottle of Sancerre rose for about 95 euros. The bread was perfect..just the right amount of crunch and chewiness. Catherine is just so friendly and lovely. She will take good care of you...it is just the kind of place we want to "find" in Paris. Thanks to Joan for finding it!!

For those of you headed to Paris, put this on your list!

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