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BKWine Recommended restaurant: Trema, Paris 10

>> Sunday, May 22, 2005

Drink champagne and eat salmon – that’s what you should do at Trëma! Go for a brunch on Sundays for example (18-25 €). On week-days you can get a good lunch with two courses for 12€. Emphasis on fish of different kinds and you can swallow it down with a glass of very nice Domaine Tariquet white. The lowest price champagne is called Godet and sells for 25€, for 35€ you will get a Jacquesson Cuvée 729 (note that they have moved from 728 to 729, indicating a new vintage) and for 45€ you can get Jacquesson Avize Grand Cru 1995 – almost a steal. Good value is also the Pol Roger for 27€. The chef comes from Finland (!) so they also have many types of vodka to choose from. And Swedish mineral water: Ramlösa.

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Anonymous,  January 17, 2006 3:32 PM  

Very nice place to spend an evening, charming simple design, fine champagnes at very nice prices ... small portions to share with friends (smoke salmons, tamaras, nordic potatoes, ...), cordial reception, environment tamisee and convivial.
A charming experience to discover urgently ...

si75 January 17, 2006 3:45 PM  

Might become my second home ... I love this place ! Charming waiters, nice nordic tapas food, good wines, champagne and vodkas, cool place to stay en enjoy

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