We discovered this 'kiosque flottant' a few years ago, and try to stop there whenever we are back in Paris. The restaurant is on a boat moored on the left bank of the Seine across from Notre Dame, usually be teen April and September. We have never eaten dinner there -a more formal dining room is on the lower deck, but we have had lunch or just an afternoon glass of wine on the upper deck several times. Even though the weather this trip is a bit cool, we stopped yesterday to take advantage of one of the better days forecasted for this trip. We ordered a carafe of red wine from the Languedoc region (a favorite of ours) and the cheese plate. he plate was actually a slab of slate, with five varieties of chees, some dried fruit, and salad with walnuts. The bread was especially crusty and plentiful. We happily spent about two hours watching the tour boats go by, sipping wine and eating our lunch. what a great way to enjoy an afternoon in Paris!
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