Every few years it seems I’ve been lucky enough to visit Paris and, each time I visit, I love re-experiencing the utterly French bistro Le Petit Saint Benoit. You’ll not only be satisfied with the time spent at this traditional French restaurant, you’ll be thrilled because this charming hole-in-the-wall provides for us in spades what we all desire in a classic French bistro; leather banquette seating crowned by antique clouded mirrors, white paper sheets spread atop linen table cloths, and mouthwatering scents pouring from a bustling kitchen. That evening we treated ourselves to beef bourguignon and glasses of a dark cherry red wine the name of which I can’t remember. I’m not one to order red meats as I prefer lighter options, but I had to indulge and boy was I glad I did! The meat was buttery warm and served in a rugged black pot, making me feel like I was in some farmer’s kitchen rather than in a fabulous Parisian bistro.
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