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December 07, 2011

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Jim Hutchinson

This is the same address as La Grille...has it gone under since the Cullères retired?

John Talbott

I never made the connection, it's so different; bright, walled with wine, etc. But you're right, it's the same address. However, on looking at my photo from 2010 9after it changed ownnership) http://johntalbottsparis.typepad.com/john_talbotts_paris/2010/04/la-grille-in-the-10th-amazing-it-was-deja-vu-all-over-again.html and yesterday's pix, I see that La Grille is next door and at the corner.

Phyllis Flick

I'm on the half-full side and very much liked my recent dinner at Albion. I started with the cauliflower risotto, which was delicious (although spicy) and then the scallops with boudin which I really liked as well. I adore good boudin noir and thought it went well with the seared scallops. Dessert was a creamy rice pudding. Everything was well-prepared and house-made which is becoming more and more rare these days. I think we need more neighborhood places like this. It’s not a destination restaurant but a neighborhood place to get good food and wine in a casual atmosphere. I would be very happy to have something like this closer to me.

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