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September 2011 Archive

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RESTAURANT NEWS

Openings

Philippe Bélissent, former chef of Le Restaurant in L'Hôtel, along with his partner, the maître d' Jérôme Cobou, has opened Cobéa near Montparnasse. The menu features creatively prepared mackerel, lobster from Brittany, milk-fed calf and pigeon, among other items. Lunch menu €38 and dinner menu from €55-€95. Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sat. Cobéa, 11, rue Raymond Losserand, 75014 Paris, 01 43 20 21 39.
 
After La Bauhinia and L'Abeille, the third restaurant in Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, has opened. Shang Palace is dedicated to Chinese cuisine, and is under the supervision of chef Philippe Labbé. Frank Xu, who comes from the Shang Palace of Beihai, China, manages a team of twenty at the stoves. The menu includes 72 dishes, among them traditional roasted duck, thinly sliced sautéed pigeon, and braised abalone with mushrooms and foie gras. They are disposed on a swiveling tray in the centre of each table, amid a plush, exotic décor. The menu for lunch costs €70 and the dinner menu is €98. Lunch & Dinner Thurs.-Mon. Shang Palace, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris 10, av. d'Iéna, 75016 Paris, 01 53 67 19 92.
 

News Bytes
The Sweet Life in Paris Book Signing
On October 22, David Lebovitz is hosting a meet-up and signing of his book The Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World's Most Glorious - and Perplexing - City. The event takes place at Sugarplum Cake Shop from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Sugarplum Cake Shop, 68, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris, 01 46 34 07 43.
 


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Closings

CLOSED FOR GOOD
Take your taste buds on a walk down memory lane! Check out our exclusive closed restaurant database for Paris to virtually visit your favorite dining spots from the past. Le Pavillon, R.I.P.

The bakery Calixte on the Ile St. Louis has closed. Calixte, 64 rue St. Louis en lIlle, Paris, France 75004, no phone.
 


CULINARY EVENTS
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