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Domaine de Lintillac

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.



Creme brulee




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 √©tait 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 March√©
  • Afaria
  • Chez Toinette
  • Bistrot Victoires
  • Les Philosophes