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Review by Becky Hughes.
Located in the heart of Marche Kermel, Le Kermel is a Dakar institution. The best French bistro in town – decorated like a mini brasserie in Paris – there is something for every francophile here whether it is a plate of fresh oysters from La Somone, a full charcuterie platter featuring salted butter, or a delicious three course French meal complete with a wine selection that is always spot on. 332 more words
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
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