25. 01. 2013

Café au lait, s’il vous plaît – Paris

There are lots of things the French are very good at – baguettes, wine, cheese, not getting fat off baguettes wine & cheese, affairs, well behaved dogs and going on strike, to name...

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20. 01. 2013

Restaurant Akrame – Paris

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single woman in possession of a Parisian apartment must be in want of visitors.  Indeed I was misguided to ever think that I would be...

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01. 11. 2012

L’AOC – Paris

“Believe me Mum, this chicken is worth the wait” I insisted as Yummy Mummy and I hopped on the back of the enormous line for lunch at Yves Camdeborde’s brasserie Le Comptoir du...

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22. 10. 2012

One Night in Paris – Paris

There are some words in French that I really like, for example the word ‘hebdomadaire’ (weekly) which rolls off the tongue with an authoritative ring, and then there is the almost onomatopoeic ‘piquant’ (spicy)...

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20. 08. 2012

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon – Paris

Little brother Burrata Obama and long time lover Linguine Lohan arrived in Paris last week. Having had a bad experience here two years ago (they ordered pasta at a restaurant, got caught in...

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10. 06. 2012

Le Baratin – Paris

A close friend of mine – an annoyingly clever, fluent Russian speaking friend who I can never beat in scrabble – lets call him Leon Troutsky, recently asked for a restaurant recommendation for...

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17. 05. 2012

Spring – Paris

Spring has sprung in Paris, the sun is out, the blossoms are in bloom, women are sunbaking by the Seine and Dolly Tatin, the fair-weather vegetarian, has returned after a brief sojourn in the...

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30. 04. 2012

The Taming of the Choux – Paris

When quitting a hard earned, well paid job in the corporate sector after 7 years of study, a good back up plan is always advisable, and my colleagues and friends all agreed that...

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17. 04. 2012
knife and fork

Le Moustache – Paris

Looks-wise my sister Sienna Millet and I are like two peas in a pod, however when it comes to our eating habits, we are more like chalk and cheese (me, obviously, being the...

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