Monday, September 17, 2012

Saint Eustache

We visited St. Eustache on our way to Montmartre. It was stunning. Could even be my favorite church of the trip... Better than Notre Dame. It was started during the middle ages and finished during the renaissance. It was the church where mozart's mother had her funeral and where Louis XIV took communion. There are several paintings by Ruebens and an altarpiece by Keith Haring within.

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We stumbled in l'intention, a little restaurant a few blocks from our hotel in Paris. It couldn't have had more than 8 tables and the menu changed every day offering a small selection of the best available ingredients of the day. Here are some photos from our meal there.

Mackerel rillette with Tons of fresh dill.

La rascasses (scorpion fish) in a saffron broth with summer squash.

Duck with roasted figs and radicchio.

Cheese including raw milk Camembert!
It was divine!
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