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What to expect from a Brasserie Named After the Eiffel Tower Architect

“I ought to be jealous of the tower. It is more famous than I am.” – Gustave Eiffel

What would you expect from a restaurant named after the architect behind the Eiffel tower? 672 more words



L’etranger is located in the beautiful area of Gloucester Road; it serves up the unconventional combination of French food with Japanese influence. The setting, ambience, lighting, décor, cutlery and even the serving dishes are all impressive. 528 more words

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No. 162: France, London-style

I’m traveling to London and environs again to lend support to Button as she auditions for more Musical Theatre programs and to spend time with the much missed Kitcat in Epsom. 186 more words


Koffman's at The Berkeley

Dining at Koffman’s is a bit like eating in the ante-chamber of a giant billiards room in a London gent’s townhouse (because I’d know all about that, you see). 850 more words

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Guest Post: An English Parisian back in London

Taking a breather from the jubilee weekend patriotism for something *gasp* French…

Photo: French musician in Columbia Road Flower Market by Nicola Albon


Guest Post Written by Tim Green… 628 more words

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Bistro du Vin - "Divin" - SOHO

I was a Bistro du Vin/Hotel du Vin novice until a week ago, however I knew my Wednesday night could only be looking up if I was to be rolling into a temple devoted to wine, Anglo-Gallic grub and oodles of cheese. 824 more words

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Les Deux Salons. Bon mais "bof".

Ma’s birthday came around, I thought I’d treat the spring chicken to a posh meal in t’town. Covent Garden is conveniently located for them and I’d yet to visit any of the Anthony Demètre trio of… 564 more words

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