Mar 17, 2017 | By Sidney Morgan-Petro
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If you’re in Paris but craving a savory bite of New England, look no further than the Lobster Bar, opening today in the Louvre area. Not a dish commonly found in Paris, Chef Mathieu Mercier traveled up and down America’s Eastern seaboard for five months researching this luxurious sandwich, hitting up roadside shacks in Maine, 5-star hotels in New York City, Boston’s classic waterfront restaurants, and every variant in between. The result is a mouthwatering combination of sweet Brittany lobster and special house sauce on a perfectly buttered and toasted roll, accompanied by olive oil French fries and a side salad. With only 20 seats, the Lobster Bar may be small, but it sure is big on flavor! — Ashley Churchill
41 rue Coquillière 75001 / +33 (0)145501031
Open Tuesday to Saturday
Photos Courtesy of the Lobster Bar
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