Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Paris 66

On Monday Matt's Grandma took us out to dinner to Paris 66 in East Liberty. We had a little trouble finding the place... not to mention we drove past it once and didn't realize it... but we found it. Grandma R has been wanting to try Paris 66 for a while... She's from France and wanted to have a taste of home.

We arrived just after they had a lunch rush. The lunch menu was pretty small but was so hard to choose what we wanted. Matt and I went with the Croque Madame, which came with a nice salad with their house dressing. Grandma R got the Bastille Buckwheat Crepe. I am not a big fan of buckwheat but the filling inside of her crepe was good.

We ended up getting dessert to go on our way out. Matt got an apple tart, which I warmed up in the over later on that evening for him. It also came with some kind of caramel sauce, that tasted like it had a hint of butterscotch or coffee... Matt gave the tart an A+ :)

I ended up getting a white chocolate basil and a salted caramel french macaroon. The white chocolate basil macarron was interesting and refreshing.. The salted caramel was really good and my favorite of the two.

I think we were at the restaurant close to an hour and a half. If you have some time and want to try authentic French cuisine, give Paris 66 a try!

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1 comment:

  1. Hi there! Stopping by from Blogaholics. Great blog - love your background photo, too!

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    Emily from Nap Time Is My Time