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96 Rue d'Hauteville, Paris
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You won’t find tacos at this sunlit, all-white canteen that opened a block from Gare du Nord station in November. But you will find Mexican dishes like encacahuatadas (theirs features mushrooms smothered in a creamy mole sauce with peanuts and smoked pepper), and huarache, a plate of corn tortillas topped with shredded pork, black beans, and a tower of fresh herbs. 

For now, Comer is only open for lunch Tuesday through Friday, so make it a point to head there during the week and grab one of the cushionless stools for the three-course prix-fixe that’s just €28. (You can order à la carte, too.) Whatever you do, don’t skip the rice pudding with toasted coconut and citrus fruits.

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