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Le Lulli; Another one-star place without the macaron.

John Talbott | Dec 29, 201401:41 PM     5

Recently a loyal member of our un-elite bunch asked about going to "a typical Michelin star (or equivalent)lunch."
Now, most of us on this sorry site regard the Michelin Red Guide vs the Green ones, as we do Zagats and Lebey, as good telephone directories, not as guides to eating well. But, others are more inclined to spend 6 days here and have 12 starred meals. (Get to the point grand-dad).
I've already said that AG was a star without a star http://www.typepad.com/site/blogs/6a0... and I'll hold with that but I'll stick my neck out again and say that Le Lulli, ignored here except for Parnassien and Laidback is in the haute range. http://johntalbottsparis.typepad.com/...

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