World-famous Parisian restaurant Terra Nera reopened
The restaurant Terra Nera, which has become the hallmark of Paris, after more than seven months of forced closure due to the pandemic, COVID-19 is once again inviting lovers of Italian cuisine.
The restaurant became famous all over the world thanks to the TV series «Emily in Paris».
The restaurant, which opened in 1978 in the premises of a former butcher shop, was not able to resume receiving visitors on May 19, as other Parisian cafes and restaurants did - with the permission of the authorities. The reason is simple: Terra Nera was filming the second season of the popular TV series.
In this romantic comedy, a young American woman who does not know a word of French, Emily, played by Lily Collins, the daughter of musician Phil Collins, lands in the "city of light", where she falls under the spell of her neighbor Gabriel, the chef of Terra Nera. He is played by French actor Lucas Bravo.
To attract fans of the series, the restaurateurs created a special menu "Emily in Paris": Italian burrata, beef tenderloin "Limousine", arugula under 50-year-old balsamic vinegar and dessert "Tiramisu".