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22 Rue du Plateau, Paris 75019, France
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The new French foodie revolution is the organic wine movement, and restaurant owner Gilles Bénard is one of its great champions. At Quedubon, his wine shop/restaurant near the Parc de Buttes Chaumont, Bénard introduces regulars and the uninitiated alike to his chalkboard listing more than 150 wines and his son Leo's market-driven menu. With an unfussy modern interior (wooden floors, a tasteful gray and red color palette, natural lighting) and friendly atmosphere, Quedubon is a place to linger and savor pan-seared Normandy scallops in lemon butter and celery puree with a thoughtfully paired wine. As the name proclaims, “everything is good.”

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Quedubon

The new French foodie revolution is the organic wine movement, and restaurant owner Gilles Bénard is one of its great champions. At Quedubon, his wine shop/restaurant near the Parc de Buttes Chaumont, Bénard introduces regulars and the uninitiated alike to his chalkboard listing more than 150 wines and his son Leo's market-driven menu. With an unfussy modern interior (wooden floors, a tasteful gray and red color palette, natural lighting) and friendly atmosphere, Quedubon is a place to linger and savor pan-seared Normandy scallops in lemon butter and celery puree with a thoughtfully paired wine. As the name proclaims, “everything is good.”