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France

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in France by connecting with local Chowhounds and travelers alike.

A Slice of Tradition: Wedding Cakes Around the World

There’s all the reason in the world to round out your reception with a wedding cake. It’s delicious, photogenic, traditional, and lucky, since it’s a fertility symbol (wheat, the basis of most flour...
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Need a few dinner recommendations

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by lisacope 2 months ago

We'll be in Paris just for a few nights at the end of March staying in the 2nd arr. We've been to Paris a couple of times and we are pretty foody - I'd like to stay in the 75-100 euro range - it'd ...

Best Choucroute in Strasbourg, France?

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by mardisk 17 days ago

We're looking for a restaurant where Choucroute is the star. We will be doing a lunch reservation, and would appreciate any recommendations. Thanks.

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Lunch in Monte Carlo

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by MisterBill2 3 days ago

I am going to be on a cruise next month with a day in Monte Carlo. We're done the standard tour out of there so I was thinking of just having a nice lunch instead and was looking for advice (there ...

What I Ate in Paris, Uzes, Gigondas and Avignon

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by ccferg 20 days ago

Here’s a report from my recent trip — late March to early April — to France. Thanks to all of you for helping me with some of the choices. I was there for 18 days but I’ll just cover some highlight...

Les Mauvais Garcons

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by macdog 8 days ago

Anyone heard of this place in the Marais? A friend who will be in Paris when we are there sent me a link and I’ve never heard of it. Tourist trap or decent food? I’m pushing Au Passage instead for ...

Trip Report, mostly Bordeaux

LulusMom
by LulusMom 9 days ago

Thanks to everyone who posts on this board. I mostly lurked, looking for recommendations for my trip to Bordeaux. I ended up eating well, and loved the city. Very friendly and elegant. NoFa - fi...

NYT Frugal Traveler - Paris

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by grumpyspatient 1 month ago

From today's NYT, it may be behind a paywall. Hopefully its free. We are heading to Paris in the fall so this was of great interest.

Food, restaurants, local cuisine in Namur (Belgium)/Ardennes (France)?

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by watermap 7 days ago

Group of cousins/partners renting a house in Province de Namur (Belgium) July 2019. Requesting locals/travelers' favorites/recommendations for restaurants, food, local cuisine, wineries, breweri...

Paris - Tasting menus that will accommodate vegetarians

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by Bone Thug n Hominy 18 days ago

Hi - My wife and I will be spending a few nights in Paris this summer and we have a bit of a dilemma. We both love tasting menus, but my wife is vegetarian and I am whatever the polar opposite is. ...

sur mesure par thierry marx

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by super_al 4 years ago

I havent fund many reviews of the "sur mesure par thierry marx" restaurant in the mandarin oriental in paris, would love to know your thoughts, good and bad Best&thankd

Pierre Gagnaire, Paris

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by food.snob 9 years ago

Hi, these are my thoughts on my meal at rue Balzac last July. Please click here for full commentary + photography: http://foodsnobblog.wordpress.com/2009/07/02/pierre-gagnaire-paris/ ‘There was a...

Favorite Wine Bars/Small Plates in Paris

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by mitchleeny 2 months ago

Just getting a feel for where Parisians who might want a glass or two of nice wine, along with not necessarily a 4-course meal, but a bunch of small plates to share with another, are headed these d...

Fulgurances l'Adresse: another dazzling chef using a spectrum of ingredients

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by John Talbott 3 years ago

Like A. Mere, Fulgurances l'adresse in the 11th, has opened with a chef, one Chloe Charles, who uses a variety of ingredients with wild abandon. And like A. Mere, I don't think it's everybody's cu...

Chef Olivier Roellinger's spice mixes

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by lovetocookPEI 11 days ago

Several years ago while travelling in France, I purchased several of his spice mixes in St Malo. Fantastic flavour enhancers, this Michelin chef concocted spice and herb mixtures, one in particular...

Urfa Durum, 6e

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by mangeur 11 days ago

Now on the Left Bank, Urfa Durum has opened a shop at 4 Place du 18 Juin 1940, Montparnasse. Usual doner plus quite a few other marinated meats. House made bread plus interesting greens, red o...

Lyon with vegetarian

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by edub 15 days ago

Hi - hope I’m posting correctly - I’m going to be in Lyon beginning of July with a friend who is vegetarian, can anyone recommend a classic Lyonnais restaurant or bistro with good vegetarian option...

What does it mean when a food is snacké?

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by therealdoctorlew 15 days ago

Looking at menus of restaurants in France, Paris and Brittany mainly, as that's where we will be in the fall, I've come upon a new word, "snacké," which I don't have a handle on. It seems to come ...

Brasserie Bofinger

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by Steve R 15 days ago

Anyone else really like this place? Well, after an exhausting day at the Picasso Museum and a walk thru the lower Marais, we wanted an easy place to have dinner. We passed Bofinger on the way bac...

We are finally Back - Need Suggestions plus...

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by enofile 4 months ago

Returning to Paris after a troubling year in Utah. Age is the boxer that rises up from the canvas, no matter how hard I punch. Paris is always the best elixir. I am in the midst of lining up my d...

Looking for sole meuniere in Paris

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by cainroma 1 month ago

We will be in Paris in a few weeks and would like to go somewhere with an exceptional sole meuniere. We lived in Paris for a while and used to go reasonably often to Chez Georges on Rue de Mail (we...