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La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

Twice in recent days my eating partners and I have been offered choices for main courses but we had to pick the same choice for...

The other day, a fellow food blogger/friend/pal and I—there were only two of us—were eating at Le Dauphin, Aizpitarte’s latest hit, when in came...

You may not have heard about the anguish and snarling caused by A.A. Gill’s review in Vanity Fair of L’Ami Louis. You may not...

I woke up and, like any other food-crazed person, asked myself, “What am I having for dinner?” While exercising (I do it...

The leaks springing from Michelin-Rouge Central have been flooding the media. No new three-stars, lots of new cheapos, no real demotions. Now, a few months ago,...

A question frequently asked me is where visitors can find a genuine nice neighborhood restaurant that serves good food at reasonable prices ...

Today, practically everybody I know is in Deauville for the Omnivore Food Festival (OFF) - performing or watching or schmoozing. Next to Le Fooding’s...

Ah, if you’re a homecook, as I suspect every one of my readers is, every once in a while, you and/or your guests wake...

Why do I review some restaurants immediately & wait to eat at others? Good question. There are places such as the original Spring...

When I tasted Daniel Rose’s creations of the day, none of which I’d ever had before (except for the cheese),...

A question on another website was: where are there bistros that are: -moderately priced -atmospheric -old-school -fireplace a plus. I’ve written a great deal about bistros, brasseries and restaurants. What’s...