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    Paul for Lunch

    ...Stopped in for a quick lunch at Paul (Central Embassy): smoked salmon and avocado on sourdough bread with greens to start. I had the pesto fettuccine with grilled shrimp as main course while SD had the Kurobuta pork chop. An excellent lunch with 3 glasses of a very nice Bordeaux red. We shared a strawberry Napoleon for dessert (not pictured). An enjoyable meal in pleasant surroundings. B2,300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    We shared a strawberry Napoleon for dessert (not pictured)
    ...disappointed...

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    How long did that stave off the hunger Tom?

    I normally just have the cheese and ham croissant and apple pie. Nice how their staff understand the English and a bit of pointing instead of that pretentious Gay Pa-ree spiel written everywhere

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    ^^...it was inhaled before the camera was ready...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    How long did that stave off the hunger Tom?
    ...it was a filling lunch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ^^...it was inhaled before the camera was ready...
    I am sure it was...

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    Looks very nice....I'd like know how
    Kurobuta pork chops compare to a regular pork chop.

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    ^ The pigs Bark...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    I'd like know how
    Kurobuta pork chops compare to a regular pork chop
    ...if by regular you mean pork that is available locally, the Kurobuta pork is more tender, flavorful and juicier (imo)...the Japanese restaurant Meisen does an excellent breaded and deep-fried Kurobuta pork steak (tonkatsu)...

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    Yes, Paul

    French industrial food posing as "gourmet" chic bistrot

    well done, tomtom

    even in Paris, only a place for tourists

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    I like their smoked salmon.

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