Monthly Archives: June 2015

La Ciboulette, Beaune.

June 2015. This place has been around for a few decades, just inside the circular road, on a continuation of the secondary highway from Nuits St George etc. to the north. I’ve eaten here several times and always been pleased. … Continue reading

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Aupres du Clocher, Pommard.

June 2015. This little restaurant is the class act in the tiny Burgundy wine town of Pommard. It’s mentioned in the Michelin guide in Michelinesque generalities. It was recommended by friends who live in the town. It’s closed two days … Continue reading

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P’tit Paradis, Beaune.

June 2015 For lunch, which we’ve had here once before but several years ago, when we were completely delighted. We remember a langoustine salad with oranges and a perfect sauce which our server this time also recalled. She said it … Continue reading

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L’Huitrade, Paris.

June 2015. The great Guy Savoy has in our opinion overstepped a bit with this tiny oyster specialty bar. It’s across the street from what appears to be the original location of his restaurant in the 17th, now I think … Continue reading

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Les Bouquinistes, Paris.

June 2015. This was lunch on our fourth day of a seven-day stay in this terrific town. It’s a little part of Guy Savoy’s empire, and it just sniffs at the bottom end of haute cuisine, which is kind of … Continue reading

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Spring, Paris.

June 2015 There are a lot of places to choose from in this wonderful town. These days they say most of the hot tickets are run by Americans, and the old bistrot and haute cuisine has fallen a bit out … Continue reading

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Café des Musees, Paris.

May 2015 One of not very many places open on Sunday in this otherwise famously sophisticated town. It’s a businesslike and fast-moving bistrot on a corner in Arrondisement 3, not far from Place des Vosges (home of L’Ambroisie), but a … Continue reading

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