The book that cracks the code, from the incomparable Patricia Wells. An acclaimed authority on French cuisine, Ms. Wells has spent more than 30 years in Paris, many as former restaurant critic for The International Herald Tribune. Now her revered Food Loveras Guide to Paris is back in a completely revised, brand-new edition. In 457 entriesa345 new to this edition, plus 112 revisited and reviewed classicsaThe Food Loveras Guide to Paris offers an elegantly written go-to guide to the very best restaurants, cafAcs, wine bars, and bistros in Paris, as well as where to find the flakiest croissants, earthiest charcuteries, sublimest cheese, most ethereal macarons, and impeccable outdoor markets. The genius of the book is Ms. Wellsas meritocratic spirit. Whether youare looking for a before-you-die Michelin three-star experience (Guy Savoy, perhaps, or Restaurant Alain Ducasse au Plaza AthAcnAce) or wanting to sample the new bistronomy (Bistrot Paul Bert, Le Comptoir du Relais) or craving something simple and perfect (LaAs du Fallafel, or Breizh CafAc for crAopes), Patricia Wells tells you exactly where to go and why you should go there. You no longer have to rely on the iffy areviewsa of Yelp or Trip Advisor. Included are 40 recipes from some of her favorite chefs and purveyors and, of course, all the practical information: addresses, websites, email, hours, closest mActro stop, specialties, and more.f the hundreds of Parisians Ia#39;ve interviewed over the decades, I love the bakers best. Years ago they were roly-poly men in worn white T-shirts who came to Paris from little French towns and villages to make their way. They are family men, 1stanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Food Lover's Guide to Paris|
|Publisher||:||Workman Publishing - 2014-03-11|