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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,...

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

“London leads Paris and the rest of the world with its cuisine,” according to Joel Robuchon. He made this astounding statement after opening his...

Patrick Cirotte at Festins is making foie gras with spices and rose petals, the colour's a delicate pink and it costs 10€75 for 70...

Alert readers have already met Marlon Abela, the food-loving CEO of MARC Restaurants, who grew up between London and France via the USA. His...

Konfidential Paris, sited in a quiet street off the busy rue de Rivoli, is a new hotel/restaurant concept created by two brothers. The setting...

Volnay is a pretty village in the Côte de Beaune district of Burgundy's Côte d'Or, producing elegant reds from Pinot Noir grapes. More than...

There's good news and bad news for my friend Bertie's mother. Il Cortile was her favourite restaurant in the world, and Bertie Lipworth's mum...

Daniel Rose of Spring If you belong to the school of thought that cuisine should be about creation rather than replication, then it’s time to...

  La Tour d'Argent opened in 1582, a handsome pile opposite Notre Dame, between the Seine and the Bernardins monastery. It was built using stone...

As any true Cannes Festival aficionado might tell you, the glitzy strut-and-pose ritual up the red carpet is definitely overrated. The fact is, even...

Alert readers will recall that the brilliant history of Le Bristol began in 1758, undergoing several re-inventions until 1925 when the...