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As an avid Paris restaurant print medium and internet discussion consumer for 20 years, I’ve been squirreling away impressions about where my fellow Americans...

About a decade ago, in France on the Brink, the British reporter and francophile Jonathan Fenby examined the decline of France through several lenses: her drifting...

The great Anglophilic food writer, John Whiting, from whom I was separated at birth (if you don’t believe me, take a look at our...

  First of all blessed holidays... and thoughtful and savory and gentle and effervescent.... May acts of generosity and courage toward all sentient beings and...

Itineraires Sylvain Sendra calls his neo-bistro Itineraires, remembering the schedules and itineraries of his globe-trotting with Sarah before they realised their dream, first at...

The cellars of the legendary La Tour d'Argent restaurant, created in 1582, the year William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, run for miles beneath its...

A few weeks ago, Monday October 5th to be exact, the Wall Street Journal published an intriguing article by Geoffrey A. Fowler and Joseph...

As cuisine writers and judges, we were invited to Bocuse d'Or, which has presented gourmet creations like a haute couture fashion show for over...

Jamin Just inside the door of the new Jamin there are menus by Pierre Troisgros and Guy Savoy given pride of place. “They're an hommage...

November: Chestnuts; pears; pomegranates; quince; persimmons; grapes; apples—varieties unending; clementines; early navel oranges; Brussels sprouts; broccoli—its autumnal sweetness; parsnips; rutabaga; winter squash—of every shape...

Moulin Rouge Since 1889 Le Moulin Rouge has been turning – if you haven't been to Le Moulin Rouge, immortalised by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, you...

What’s this Rating Game all about? When I started writing up restos in Paris it was strictly for my friends; indeed, most of them I...