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Bruni 'Consigned to Euphemism' at Barbounia

Again, commentary just seems superfluous:

The new restaurant Barbounia is very easy on the eyes, relatively easy on the ears and not so bad on the stomach, either. But it's kindest of all to another part of the body, which is less delicately evoked and most often consigned to euphemism.

How to put this into appropriately fuzzy language? Let's just say that no matter where inside Barbounia you sit and no matter how long you sit there, you will feel cushioned, coddled and grateful.

· A Sea of Comfortable Choices [NYT]

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