We had many nice meals.
The dinner at Krug where we had these amazing scallops (three ways!) was great.
The unexpectedly amazing lunch at L'o Des Vignes in the village of Fuisse (where the food was so good, I ate it before photographing it)... yea, that was a good time.
Can't forget the astounding and warm dinner at Domaine Anges where we were staying in Puligny-Montrachet. We were having so much fun with the other guests that I forgot to photograph the food - but did get the cheese plate.
Then there was the modern/rustic lunch in Arbois. Stuffed guinea hen and coq au vin. Oh, and wines from the Jura.
Can't forget the very long and late-night Krug dinner at L'Assiette Champenoise.
And there's no way I'll forget the dinner we had while floating down the Seine.
Or all the foie gras we had at lunch that day.
Not forgetting the crepes we had in "Little Britany" in Paris or the brilliant lunch in the courtyard at Krug or the lunch at Le Jardin in Reims or the lunch with all the Dom Perignon....
Those were all good.
The single best meal I had in France.
The one meal that when I took my first bite I exclaimed, "this. is. delicious."
That meal. The single best one. Was this:
No kidding. This was the best single thing I ate while in France. We were driving back to Paris and stopped at a rest-area along the A6 interstate.
Brilliant crusty bread.
For real. It was outstanding.
The Other Posts
Did you see all the other posts from my last trip to France?
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