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Salade Lyonnaise in Paris

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galaxiegoo Aug 10, 2009 07:29 AM

I'll bet this is an easy question for those who know Paris better than I:
I just returned from a short trip to Paris. While there, I constantly had my eye peeled for a cafe serving Salade Lyonnaise among the salades composees. Mostly I was absolutely dying for a salad with frisee, since it looked so incredible at all the markets. But also the lyonnaise has a poached egg and lardons, and that doesn't hurt either. I didn't spot this dish on the menu during my short trip. Where can you get a good, run of the mill salade lyonnaise? Nothing gourmet, more cafe/brasserie/creperie style environs.
I'm looking for the more central area (ideally 5th or 6th), since I'm a mere tourist and rarely occasion to visit the outer arrondissements.
Thanks all!

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    Oakglen RE: galaxiegoo Aug 10, 2009 07:50 AM

    I'm sure Moissonnier, in the 5th, will have it available. There are at least a dozen restaurants in the central core that specialize in Lonnaise dishes; good luck.

    1. John Talbott RE: galaxiegoo Aug 10, 2009 06:26 PM

      Not Aux Lyonnais.

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        f2dat06 RE: John Talbott Aug 10, 2009 08:37 PM

        chez rene on the far east end of blvd st germain would probably be a good place for this

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        ParisKat RE: galaxiegoo Aug 11, 2009 12:21 PM

        I loved the Salade Lyonnaise that I had at Chez Denise, which is in the 1st. The restaurant is know for it's beef, and other meaty dishes. I highly recommend the place.

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          jock RE: galaxiegoo Aug 11, 2009 08:27 PM

          Many places offer it as "frisee aux lardons." IRRC frisee is best in the winter so it may be somewhat seasonal.

          1. Busk RE: galaxiegoo Aug 20, 2009 12:48 PM

            Next time, be vigilant and go for an all Lyonnais dish diet including a nice warmed assiette of rosette sausage on steamed potato slices among and a bottle of cote rotie.

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