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Felix Bistro and Bar, Sydney CBD

It was the birthday of our small fry, and their request for a meal out – some steak and pomme frites like they’d eaten in… 265 more words

Eating Out

TO EAT / l'Epi Dupin, really inevitable

Don’t even think about another place for your lunch break during a wild shopping day in Le Bon Marché. L’Epi Dupin knows its job. In spite of a tiny space where we are packed like sardines, François Pasteau suggests us a seasonal menu, short and inspired, an irreproachable service and stirs up our taste buds. 34 more words


SŌMA : bistrot japonais dans le haut Marais {Paris}

SŌMA, c’est un nouveau bistrot japonais qui a ouvert dans le Haut Marais. Un article paru récemment dans Paris Bouge m’avait vraiment donné envie de m’y rendre. 264 more words


Le Tablier Rouge

Every visitor to Paris arrives with a picture in their mind of dinner in a cozy bistrot, eating delicious food, paired with great wine. ‘Le Tablier Rouge’ understands this desire and incorporates it into the very foundation of their restaurant. 240 more words

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Chez Georges (rue de Mail)

A great bistrot that we discovered through Trish Deseine’s delightful book The Paris Gourmet. It may not look much from the outside, but very classic inside, and you definitely would not leave hungry. 407 more words


Bistrot Paul Bert, Paris

The French Chapter

Our faith having been restored in the food to be found in Paris, ironically by a chippy owned by an English bloke, we were eagerly anticipating dinner that evening. 566 more words

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