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Langoustines in Paris?

asm_ny Apr 24, 2013 04:50 PM

Any particular restaurants you would recommend in Paris for someone who loves langoustines?

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    mexivilla RE: asm_ny Apr 26, 2013 05:30 AM

    I also love langoustine which in Puerto Vallarta in my local restaurant run around $20 for half a dozen.
    So I was shocked to see the following which I copied from the Prunier menu.

    Large Breton langoustine, per piece......................15. »

    I hope you can find them more reasonably priced.

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      carlvin RE: asm_ny Apr 26, 2013 11:14 AM

      Ledoyen's Grosses langoustines Bretonnes, last Thursday nite, the absolute high point of an otherwise thoroughly undistinguished and deeply disappointing meal. Impressed by the langoustines, obviously not recommending the restaurant.

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        Busk RE: carlvin Apr 27, 2013 12:30 AM

        I had a similar thought about my lunch there a few weeks ago, awesome langoustines, but all else was just OK for the new lunch price. One excellent white CdP was marked up 5X retail as well. Also, it was looking like their lunch is becoming a tourist trap.

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        Ptipois RE: asm_ny Apr 26, 2013 02:35 PM

        Don't take any risks, go get them at Le Divellec.

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          percyn RE: asm_ny Apr 26, 2013 02:45 PM

          I always get the famous Langoustine with Basil Pesto from L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

          1. Giannis RE: asm_ny Apr 26, 2013 03:33 PM


            This is from Taillevent. Have you seen bigger langoustines?
            Also nice trick with the toothpick.

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              Ptipois RE: Giannis Apr 27, 2013 03:24 AM

              Yes, 3 to the kilo, they usually come from Scotland. Le Divellec has them (not always).

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