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The Oldest House of Paris
L'Auberge Nicolas Flamel

Auberge Nicolas Flamel, 51, rue de Montmorency, Metro : Rambuteau. Menu Degustation : 59 Euros.
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Nicolas Flamel, the legendary alchemist of the philosophal stone which was used to transform lead into gold, existed!  Born in 1330, died in 1382, in the twilight of a dark Middle Ages, he became the most famous alchemist of his time.  At one time when the houses of Paris are still built out of wood, its stone-built house exists indeed today.  It is even one of the most famous restaurants of the district of the Marais. The place, classified historic building, preserved all the medieval charm of the large wizard :  Thick walls of stone engraved of Gothic symbols, beam monumental cut in the old oaks which bordered the Seine whereas Notre-Dame had been just completed.  The Menu of this restaurant is as refined as its cellar is exceptional.  The head, Frederic Guen-Geffroy, is an old Master of Crillon, Carré des Feuillants and Bristol. Its exclusive recipes often suggest an allusion to the mystical heart of the house, like at the courteous century, if fond of delicacies of spices.  Of a seven hour old gigot to the spoon with the lingot choco-gold without forgetting a tatin of foie gras, here a quite rare bouquet of savors in this historical quartier.  The ancestral magic still makes its work:  The delight of the senses is complete.

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