I’d like to recommend a restaurant in Paris called Bouillon Chartier. The place has a 19th-century feel and is largely unchanged since its opening in 1896. Seeing the crowd of people at the door, we imagined there must be a good reason why it was so busy. And we weren’t disappointed. I really enjoyed the duck confit, and, it goes without saying, the glass of MontBlanc I had for dessert. The prices are affordable on a mid-range budget (although some dishes can be quite expensive). It was well worth queuing for a table.


Asturias-París. Seat 28D