The Domaine de Lintillac has closed. It was a traditional restaurant in Paris that had excellent duck entrees.
Here are some photos of duck confit, foie gras, and creme brulee:
They made some good looking food.
I love eating duck. It’s one of my favorite meats, and I never get tired of it. Whether it’s roasted, grilled, or smoked, duck always delivers a rich, savory flavor that’s hard to beat. In this article, I’ll share my love for duck and explore some of the reasons why it’s such a delicious and versatile meat.
For me, the appeal of duck lies in its unique flavor profile. Unlike chicken or beef, duck has a distinctive taste that’s both rich and gamey. It’s also incredibly versatile, pairing well with a wide range of flavors and ingredients. From classic French dishes like duck confit to modern Asian-inspired cuisine, there’s no shortage of ways to prepare and enjoy this delicious meat.
duck the fancy way
Have this for dessert.
This is what typical French restaurants look like:
Here is a picture of dining at cafe.
Most have outdoor and indoor seating.
Here is a list of alternative restaurants that serve duck:
- Le Petit Canard
- La Fontaine de Mars
- Il était une Oie dans le Sud-Ouest
- Bouillon Chartier
- Bouillon Racine
- Le Coupe-Chou
- Chez Janou
- La Tour d’Argent
- Canard & Champagne
- La Jacobine
- Le Petit Marché
- Chez Toinette
- Bistrot Victoires
- Les Philosophes