Brasserie La Coupole
French writing exercise

La brasserie La Coupole

Vincent always eats here when he's in Paris.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to make a stopover", "to book (table)", "Art Deco (style)", "to feel like [one's doing]...", "bustling street", "relaxed atmosphere", "a tablecloth", "marble (stone)", "the chicken fricassee", "morels (mushrooms)", "a crêpe Suzette", "orange liqueur", "can't wait to [do]".

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Every time I make a stopover in Paris, I always book a table at the brasserie La Coupole. Its Art Deco style is simply magnificent! I really feel like I am travelling to the Roaring Twenties. In the summer, I prefer to sit on the terrace from where I enjoy observing the bustling street. What I like above all, (it) is the relaxed atmosphere, the service and the white tablecloths on the wooden or marble tables. Although the menu is quite simple and traditional, every dish that I've tasted is absolutely delicious. My favourite main is the chicken fricassee with morels, and for dessert, I love their crêpes Suzette with orange liqueur. I really can't wait to go back (there)!

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