Escargot is fried, boiled or stuffed grape snails. It is not only tasty, but also a healthy dish of traditional French cuisine.
This dish is considered to be a delicacy, so it is served only in expensive restaurants or at banquets as a snack for wine. Therefore, many Parisians love to cook this dish at home.
To try this traditional french dish Oddviser recommends to visit the fashionable Costes restaurant.
How to do?
1. Dress elegantly and recharge with a good mood.
2. Book a table in advance, because in the evening you wont find a free table.
3. Order the famous local delicacy of snails - escargot and a bottle of white dry wine.
4. Enjoy the atmosphere, the bohemian audience and a delicious dish listening to romantic music.
Where to do?
One of the most fashionable and glamorous restaurants in Paris. Famous for its gloss and chic, as well as gourmet cuisine.19
The restaurant is located on Saint Honore Street 239.Open hours:
Works every day from 12:00 am to 01:00 pm.Phone:
+33 1 42 44 50 25Official website: http://hotelcostes.com
An exquisite dish and a glass of wine will cost in average from €40 to €50.
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