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Architect and interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has a portfolio which includes well-known Parisian hotels such as Le Cinq Codet, the Molitor, and Melia La...

Le Taillevent-- created in 1946 by André Vrinat and subsequently directed by his son Jean-Claude (who went to the great restaurant in the sky in...
Guide Michelin

The Little Red Book : The Michelin Guide, first published in 1900 was free until 1920.  Created by tyre mavens André and Edouard Michelin for the...

It’s noon chez Laurent, Michelin star restaurant/club to rock and movie stars, politicians, captains of industry, Le CAC 40, ladies who lunch etc.  A...

L’Oiseau Blanc « bistronomique » eatery is located on the sixth-floor of the recently opened Peninsula Hotel ; if you just flew in you’ll feel as if...

Gilles Pudlowski complains that Michelin has lost the plot, awarding stars like confetti to young chefs whilst ignoring the older and better (Gilles Epie...

Connaissez-vous L’Association Française des Maîtres Restaurateurs ? “Since November 2010, the “gastronomic meal” is officially recognized within the framework of the French cultural heritage of UNESCO”,...

BAT (Bar à Tapas) is a misleading moniker, lost in translation. It’s pitched as, “Tartare Bar at lunch / Tapas Restaurant’ at dinner”. Actually,...

Christian Lesquer is the discreet superstar chef at Pavillon Ledoyen. It may be an old maison (circa 1792, Napoleon was a regular client, as were...

For 2014 Michelin awards one new restaurant two stars, TriBeCa’s Jungsik. This Korean restaurant, moving up from its one star designation last year, offers...

  The 15 new one stars include wilks, an unpretentious neighbourhood restaurant in Bristol, and Campagne, a contemporary Kilkenny restaurant. In London, Lima is the first...

Le Chalet des Iles, located on an island in the Bois de Boulogne, 5 minutes from Porte Dauphine, is accessed by ferry in less...