But that's how many restaurants I had meticulously listed (including address, days closed, and nearest Metro) for my two-week trip to Paris last Fall.
It's not that I'm completely whacko, I just enjoy my bistros, always looking for the next great taste. Delicious food, enjoyable surroundings, and the art of dining are all reasons we have come to expect the best when planning our next lunch or dinner in our favorite foodie city.
By the way, that's a heavenly cassoulet about to be served from a deluxe copper pot. Two HUGE bowls and we only ordered (and paid) for one serving at the Auberge des Pyrénées Cévennes.
Would you prefer something a little lighter than a cassoulet?
How does this appetizer from La Table d'Eugene look to you? That's a heavenly watermelon sorbet in the center surrounded by all things too good to be true......
In Paris, your taste buds get a workout morning, noon and night.
As Julia Child once said,
"Everything in moderation .....