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Lazare

The setting is wonderful: a vast room, its walls stacked with plates and glasses, and two blackboards like arrival and departure panels announcing the stages through the day
The setting is wonderful: a vast room, its walls stacked with plates and glasses, and two blackboards like arrival and departure panels announcing the stages through the day

Hôtel Bristol chef Eric Frechon has reinvented the all-day, train station brasserie at Lazare, and I can’t resist its energy-filled din and spectacular setting – its walls are stacked high with plates and glasses, and two blackboards are like arrival and departure panels announcing the stages through the day. The restaurants is located at the station serving Normandy, and Normandy-born Frechon has revised some hearty regional specialities – soused mackerel, mussels, sole Dieppoise —  as well as house creation Paris-Deauville, his version of the famous Paris-Brest dessert. A hit with local businessmen as well as travellers, it’s also a good place for dining alone, with seats around the large island bar.

Address: Gare St-Lazare, 75008 Contact: 0033 1 44 90 80 80; lazare-paris.fr Getting there: Gare St-Lazare Opening times: daily, 7.30am-midnight Price: breakfast €9, lunch and dinner around €45, tea €12 Payment type: credit cards accepted Cuisine: French Reservations: recommended

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