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Chef Gerard Idoux brought his celebrated soufflés from La Cigale when he took over the original Récamier across the street from Hermés in a fashionable part of the 6th arrondissement. It has become a canteen for the cultural world and celebrated authors and actors can often be seen planning their next project. [...]Continue Reading →
Lunch is served 3 ways:
Entrée, plat or plat dessert at 14.90 euros
Entrée, plat, Dessert at 19 euros
Plat + glass of wine [...]Continue Reading →
Enrico Einaudi left his accounting job at Schlumberger to follow a passion for hospitality by opening Crazy Pizza in Fontainebleau. After successfully opening three more bistros he set his sights on Paris and in 2011 opened Amore y Gelosia in the 6eme.
Now he has crossed [...]Continue Reading →
Thanks to Phyllis Roth of New York for this tip.
Named for Philippe Madamour’s collection of antique percolators this spot in the “Europe” district-streets are Turin, Moscou, Rome, etc. that houses music shops and luthiers Le Percolateur is turning out very good food at reasonable prices. The setting is reminiscent of the [...]Continue Reading →
On the site of his former print shop, Sarkiss, an Armenian Turk expatriate from Istanbul (Parisian for 42 years) has installed a superb etoile-trained [...]Continue Reading →
Spare, modern, yet warm, the decor offers a clue to the Asian-influenced presentations of classic French cuisine that awaits you. It was my daughter’s birthday so we started with a coupe of Churchill’s [...]Continue Reading →
Imagine a camera narrowly focusing on an image and then opening up onto a wide-screen panorama and you will have approximated the feeling when you enter Alcazar. This enormous ground floor dining room and wrap around mezzanine has been a fixture in the neighborhood for fifteen years and after today [...]Continue Reading →
For the true afficionado there are dégustations of several caviars including beluga from 250 euros to 425 euros. For poor journalists there is a 90 euros menu [...]Continue Reading →
Hidden on a side street close to the Bon Marché you can sample the work of future Michelin-starred chefs for as little as 25 euros per person.The advisory board that assists in the training of young chefs and restaurateurs includes Joel Robuchon,Guy Savoy and Thierry Marx.
After a tour of the [...]Continue Reading →
After two missed opportunities due the cold and flu that had been attacking Parisians “Rabbi” Albert and I finally connected and were joined by the charming Breton Food Blogger Vanessa Besnard at Café Sud.
We were seated in an alcove where a curtain could be drawn for privacy, but wasn’t, next [...]Continue Reading →
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