Category: French Food

France, French Food, Wine

Clown Bar, Paris

Our first visit to the Clown Bar. The location is a bit out of the way near the Cirrus area. The ambiance featuring the Clowns is very intersting as is the food. The food is for those who are adventurous and eat everthing. This is not for your average Grandma. I persaonlly would recommend it […]

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French Food, Paris, Wine

L’avant Comptoir De La Mer

Disclaimer : we really didn’t eat all this food or drink all this wine ! Maybe ???…..LOL This is really a double post for our two favorite wine bars in Paris. L’avant Comptior and it’s younger sister, L’avant Comptior De La Mer. Tell Eric ( manager/barman at De La Mer) we sent you and follow […]

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Food, French Food, New York NY

Daniel, NYC

We celebrated our 15th anniversary at Daniel. After consulting my friend and fellow food Blogger Michael T, we decided on Daniel. We both ordered the Mayfair Tasting menu which was actually supplemented by a surprise extra course. The food and service were all outstanding. The uni served with the oysters was my favorite dish if […]

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Florida, French Food, Palm Beach

Brule Bistro, Delray Beach Florida

[flickrset id=”72157631849292665″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”large”] We decided to have dinner out locally in Delray Beach this evening. Brule Bistro has gone through a major renovation the past year.  It was previously a self serve lunch and to-go place. Now it is a full service Bistro.  Overall the food was pretty good.  The wine list was […]

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Edinburgh Scotland, French Food

Castle Terrace, Edinburgh

This was an absolutely perfect meal….This was truly world class. Chef Jack is brilliant ! A little bit about the Chef Dominic Jack:”Legendary chef Alain Solivérès recognized his talent and took him to three-star Michelin restaurant, Taillevent, where Dominic then held the position of sous chef-de cuisine for over four years.” The Sea Trout Cannelloni […]

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France, French Food, Paris, restaurant

Angelina, Paris

[flickrset id=”72157630728503514″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”large”] We go to Angelina on a cool day to warm up with a cup of their world famous “Hot Chocolate” it tastes similar to a gourmet chocolate bar melted and served with a side of whipped cream. They are also well know as a place for “Ladies to Lunch” while […]

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France, French Food, Paris

Café Constant , Paris

Walking down rue Saint-Dominique from the Eiffel Tower the  first of the three Christian Constant restaurants you reach is Cafe Constant. This is a local cafe were you may find Christian himself (see photo) dining. The specials change daily and come to you on the good old fashion black board. This is one of my […]

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France, French Food, Paris

Le Reminet, Paris

Lori found this wonderful place a few years ago. Unfortunately it got lost in the backlog of photos to be blogged. The food was wonderful and its great for a romantic evening.  The presentations and food were executed with the French flair you’d expect at a high end establishment yet Le Reminet was very reasonably […]

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La Crêperie de Josselin Crêperie

[flickrset id=”72157629994791185″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] This is a long time favorite of ours. Josselin features a huge assortment of Brittan style crepes. My favorites are the bacon, egg, spinach and cream cheese and the Martinique which comes out Flambe. Upon arrival you will get in line there is almost always a line. It moves very […]

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Le Petit Troquet, Paris France

[flickrset id=”72157629994442563″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] A very small and romantic bistro off the beaten path Le Petit Troquet. The most difficult part of the evening will be finding it. Rue Expostion is a small alleyway off the Rue Saint-Dominique adjacent to Les Fables de La Fontaine. Rue Saint-Dominque is the home of Christian Constant’s empire.. […]

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France, French Food, Paris, Uncategorized

Les Cocottes, Paris, France

[flickrset id=”72157629533530717″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] This is another great establishment owned by Chef Christian Constant. Les Cocottes is the french equivalent of eating at a causal diner. Seating is either at the counter or at counter height communal tables. There are very nice daily specials as well as the standard menu both are reasonably priced. […]

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Agape Substance, Paris

[flickrset id=”72157627665204125″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] Highest quality ingredients, prepared perfectly and elegantly plated. I’m usually not a fan of the tasting menu fearing that after eating 10 tiny plates, I’ll leave hungry and seek out the nearest Pizza I can find.  This was not the case at Agape Substance the tasting menu included several substantial […]

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France, French Food, Paris

Le Florimond, Paris

  [flickrset id=”72157626138648327″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”]   We have lost count as to how many times we have dined at Le Florimond. Lori and I  bring our family to Le Florimond when we are in Paris. This restaurant features home style french food.  It’s like eating at your French Grandma’s house. Our favorites included Grandma’s […]

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B&B, Burgundy, France, French Food, Wine

CASTEL DE TRES GIRARD

[flickrset id=”72157603404247533″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] CASTEL DE TRES GIRARD 7, rue de Très Girard 21220 MOREY SAINT DENIS Tel : +33 (0)3 80 34 33 09 Fax : +33 (0)3 80 51 81 92 www.castel-tres-girard.com We where driving around Burgundy one afternoon when we discovered this magnificent B&B and restaurant. The seafood was fresh and […]

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French Food, Paris

Taillevent, Paris France

[flickrset id=”72157621923002307″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”] Truly a fine dinning experience in Paris. To say we enjoyed the food and the wine is an understatement. The wine sommelier helped us select some wonderful choices. A “Michelin 3 star” restaurant for years. I will refer you to a professional food critic Andy Hayler for his review.

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