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The word “bistro” comes from the Russian word “bystro”, which means “quickly” , and was probably introduced by the Cossacks in the 1814 occupation of Paris, as they shouted for faster service in local cafes, “Bystro! Bystro!”. This word has traditionally indicated a simple French restaurant, serving quickly a limited number of dishes.
Recently, in contrast to the haute cuisine served at temple-like restaurants by priest-like chefs, a new trend has emerged of serving high level cuisine in simple environments and at reasonable prices: the gastro bistrot was born. For examples of the best Italian gastrobistrots have a look at, whereas for the best Parisian ones go to

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