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Les 110 de Taillevent - Brasserie, Paris

195 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
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4 Star Rating
7 January 2015Les 110 de Taillevent - Brasserie
Tags: Paris, France, French reviewsThe Bill: £64 per head
 

Les 110 de Taillevent Brasserie is a restaurant with a twist. As the name suggests, if you speak French; they serve 110 wines by the glass, each can be paired with food from their a la carte menu. This is something quite unique to Paris, especially as their wines come from all over the globe.

It's a modern French brasserie with interesting interiors and a great atmosphere. There is a wide range of traditional cuisine to sample, making this a fun evening to enjoy.

To start we had the Traditional Meat Pie, paired with Saumur, Les Motelles, 2010, Domaine Guiberteau. And the The Foie-gras with Quince Chutney, paired with Sauternes des Justices, 2007, Collection Taillevent. By the end of the starter it became apparent how versatile having 110 different wines can be. There is a wine for every dish, and these pairings worked out great.

“Les 110 de Taillevent Brasserie offers an enjoyable dining experience.”

For our main dishes we chose the Lamb with Sundered Garlic and Rosemary, paired with a glass of Fronsac, 2005, Château Fontenil. A succulent lamb dish, with delicious garlic and rosemary flavouring. My partner also had a meat dish, the Veal T-bone pan Fried with Thyme, paired with a glass of Santa Barbara "Chardonnay",2011, Au Bon Climat, Etats-Unis. Our wine choices were both great meat accompaniments, full bodied and flavoursome.

When it came to dessert we decided to shared the "The Childhood Memories" which included Chocolate Mousse, Rice Pudding, Caramel Cream, and a Floating Egg Island. A nice indulgent dish, with plenty of different flavours. We paired it with a glass of Muscat de Beaumes de Venise 2011, Château Champ des Soeurs. A splendid light dessert wine, packed with the flavour of several strong fruits.

With 110 wines I think we will have to return several more times to try them all. That being said, I would happily return, Les 110 de Taillevent Brasserie offers an enjoyable dining experience.

 
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