40 Hours in Paris

In Paris, Tony does as the French do. He sips coffee at Le Pure Café, sits down at Le Dome for an enormous shellfish tower, discovers the lost art of bread baking and indulges in a guilty pleasure: a duck press.

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Urfa Durum

Tony walks to Urfa Durum, a Kurdish sandwich shop on lively Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. Urfa is a hole in the wall with fresh flatbreads constantly cooking in the window.

58 Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis‬
75010 Paris, France‬‬‬


Diners here enjoy Cecina de León (smoked cured beef) and Fiocco di Culatello (literally -- small pig's backside). "You won't find any emulsions or siphons here. My cooking is no-frills cooking that respects ingredients," says chef Pierre Jancou.

43 Rue des Petites Écuries‬
75010 Paris, France‬‬‬


This is one of the last truly family-run brasserie’s in Paris. For over a hundred years the Wepler, the largest oyster house in Paris, has brought happiness to the connoisseurs of fresh and quality food.

14 Place de Clichy‬
75018 Paris, France‬‬‬


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