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As a foodie, I’ve always wanted to eat at Astrance.   It’s one of those great dining legends you hear about, hoping one day you’ll get to experience the magic for yourself.  Pascal Barbot & Christophe Rohat’s joint venture earned them three Michelin stars and a spot on San Pellegrino’s Top Fifty Restaurants In the World List for the last decade.  How could you go wrong? Something went wrong because I wasn’t wowed or moved much at all.  Don’t get me wrong: It’s not that dinner was bad.  It’s an entirely elegant and intimate spot (with just twenty five seats), and the service is impeccable.  The serene space is spread out over two floors, which are decorated with yellow leather banquettes, sky high ceilings, and charcoal gray walls.  And I can’t ignore how fantastic the wine list is because there are...

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Lebanese in Paris?  You’d be surprised how much ethnic food there is to eat in this beautiful city.  Moroccan, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai, and lots of Lebanese.  If you need a night off from Snails Bourgogne and Steak Frites, I recommend you go the Moroccan or Lebanese route.  (Japanese, especially sushi, is not the way to go in France.) Rimal is one of the most well known and respected Lebanese restaurants in the city, located a bit out of the way in the 17th arrondissement.  There’s also two, Rimal takeaway spots, one just across the street and the other on Boulevard Saint Germain in the 6th arrondissement.  You’ll pull up to find a glass frontage with tables looking out at the street.  The decor is subtle but elegant, with wood floors, white tablecloths and shimmery crystal chandeliers hanging overhead.  The...

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