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Bistrot du Coin

Recently visited Bistrot du Coin in Washington, DC in the Dupont Circle area. They coin themselves as ‘The Original French Bistrot in Washington DC.’ The restaurant will turn 17 years old this year and offers a nice open space with high ceilings and opportunity to almost sit on Connecticut Ave when the front doors/walls are open on gorgeous days. 255 more words

Les Petits Plats: Beef, Bread & Desserts

Deep in the 14th district, in what seems a village-like setting, lies this typical Parisian bistrot called les Petits Plats. It’s one of those places you’d never go to unless you know it’s there. 571 more words


Comptoir Gascon in Farringdon

One of the first posts of the blog was dedicated to our favorite restaurants in the Farringdon area. I liked a lot the one star Michelin Club Gascon, the delicacy of the mains and the excellent wine list but I had been a bit disappointed by the decoration very classical without a true spirit. 759 more words


La Cuisine de Philipe, Paris

Please meet French Cuisine in its uttermost traditional apparel at Cuisine de Philippe, a tiny authentic bistrot right next to the Jardin du Luxembourg, made notorious thanks to its gorgeous homemade “ 424 more words


Ma Biche, Paris

“Un paysan dans ton assiette, te voilà bien dans tes baskets ”. Homefood elevated to fine food. This little Parisian spot in the midst of Montmartre uses only products straight from producers to revisit grandma’s cooking, aka food made with love and good products. 294 more words


Giacomo Bulleri è uno dei nomi più noti della ristorazione Italiana e a Milano, i suoi ristoranti, sono una vera e propria istituzione. Il primo del il quale io sono venuta a conoscenza è Il Bistrot, è uno dei miei ristoranti preferiti a Milano e ve ne avevo parlato tempo fa anche qua sul blog. 378 more words