Last Day in Paris

Feeling Tangerine

On our last day in Paris, after a small breakfast of the usual fresh bread, pastries, cheese, butter, and fruit, we headed to Chez Dumonet, a restaurant that (according to David Lebovitz) serves the best duck confit in Paris. We tried to visit the day before, but we arrived just after closing, so this time we were there early, determined not to miss out again. While we waited for it to open, we checked out the awesome used clothing stores in the area. One of the cool things there was a rack of old nightgowns, petticoats, bloomers, and nightcaps. Some were plain, but many of them had intricate collars and cuffs.

The duck confit ended up being amazing, and afterwards we had a delicious mille fleur and a plate of small treats, including tiny canelles, chocolate covered peeled grapes, tiny chocolate cups with pastry cream and raspberries, crisp little cookies…

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