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Le Comptoir Des Petits Champs – Paris

Le Comptoir des Petits Champs is nestled roughly in the middle of the so named street (Rue des Petits Champs, at no. 17 to be precise). It is quite a cosy little place, at first glance it seemed very …

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Seb’On – Paris

Montmartre is famous for being a tourist trap. If you are not careful you can easily end up eating at a substandard, over-priced, unoriginal eatery. For this reason I do not go out up there often, but…

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Le Berthoud – Paris

Located in the Latin Quarter, not far from the Pantheon sits a very classic French Bistro, Le Berthoud. The atmosphere is very traditional and on this particular Wednesday lunch time it was fairly qui…

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Pierre Sang On Gambey – Paris

After his successful venture in rue Oberkampf, Pierre Sang decided to open another venue literally just around the corner from the first, a surprising choice of location I thought. But after hearing s…

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HKK - London

A Chinese prayer answered in Worship Street (London)

The City of London’s Worship Street is unusually quiet on a Saturday lunchtime. But we weren’t here to rub shoulders wi…

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Le Coupe Chou - Paris

In my hunt to find a good, traditional French restaurant open on Easter Sunday, I settled on “Le Coupe Chou” (literally the Cut Cabbage). It seemed that a lot of the places that fit the bill for tradi…

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Le Mary Celeste - Paris

Having been to the Mary Celeste once before for a drink or two during cocktail week back in January, I knew the food was supposed to be good, but sadly did not get the chance to try any. Le Mary Celes…

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Treize, A Baker’s Dozen – Paris

Hiding away around the corner from Boulevard St Germain, down a little alley, is “Treize, A Baker’s Dozen”. It is unlikely that you would just stumble across it as it is well concealed in a rather una…

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