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Dinner on the Friday night we arrived in Paris and lunch on the Sunday before we headed home could not have been more enjoyable nor more different. Both meals also provided fascinating but yet...

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One Paris restaurant we really enjoyed for a casual Saturday lunch in early December was Rino in modest premises in the rue Trousseau just east of Bastille. The ever-changing menu is very simple...

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La Table des Anges in the shadow of Montmartre and Les Climats just behind the Musée d'Orsay in Paris could not be more different to the passer by. The former boasts four tables on a...

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Paris does not lack expensive restaurants. I have, however, eschewed most of them recently because although the cooking may be excellent, the service is invariably stiff and occasionally...

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The news on this Bastille Day for those who enjoy eating out in France appears to be encouraging. The last election saw the departure of a teetotal President, an acute source of...

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Fancy a small but well-proportioned early-evening wine tasting at the stylish Le Meurice hotel and restaurant, just opposite the Tuileries? You might need cheap eats afterwards but one of their...

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A brief sojourn in Paris recently provided considerable material for my notebook. It now includes a description of the luscious, green-tomato gazpacho hiding an olive oil sorbet served at...

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Le Repaire du Cartouche in Paris’s 11th arrondissement is one of the most unusual restaurants I have ever visited. Firstly, it is impossible to miss. Exit the metro...

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As we left Agapé, which opened earlier this year in Paris’s chic 17th arrondissement, I congratulated Laurent Lapaire, its maitre d’ and co-owner, on what had been an excellent dinner. As I...

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French and British restaurants have already suffered two body-blows this year, even before any significant fall-out from a faltering global economy.   The first was the death of...

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A fortnight ago, New York restaurateur Danny Meyer was in London to give a talk on the philosophy of enlightened hospitality which he expounds in his book ‘Setting the Table’ to a...

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  Our evening at the Bistrot Paul-Bert in Paris’s 11 th arrondisement, not far from the Bastille, was memorable for many reasons.   Our friends, who had defied my...

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Without wishing this to sound like a shaggy dog story, the following three Paris restaurant recommendations came from an American, a Brazilian and a Frenchman. And the brevity of each report is in...

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