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Tag: Paris bistros

When will it ever end? It appears to be the mode on the Parisian food scene. There are new bistrots opening that throw a...

On two successive days I ate with the same keen observer at two very different bistros, both singled out for special ratings by Gilles...

In chef's whites Alain Ducasse welcomed guests to lunch at the Plaza Athénée one day last week. “I've just arrived from The...

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...

In prior essays I’ve tagged the perfect bistro and perfect restos in Paris for my readers, and I think I’ve just tumbled on the...

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...

The phrase to “hit the ground running” is used so loosely now that one can forget its derivation; it referred originally to cowboys dodging...

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

“We love the buzz in the revamped Thoumieux” is the word among foodie afficionados who rush to be first to test a new address....

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...

Eating where you always did/do: I don’t get it. I started thinking about this a few decades ago when Colette and I ate out with...

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...