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Maison de la Bourgogne

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These days the menu pays only cursory homage to its namesake region. Besides Burgundian classics, such as Coq au Vin or boeuf Bourguignon, you are just as likely to find Alsace-style choucroute (sauerkraut) or Provencal pissaladiere (thin pizza laden with anchovy and black olives). Straightforward, uncomplicated bistro cuisine is the name of the game, with meal prices that are eminently affordable.

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