french food

Review – Brasserie Blanc [City of London]

Shekha heads off to Brasserie Blanc to sample a menu inspired by Raymond Blanc’s world travels… Rating     Appeals To City workers – the Threadneedle branch specifically, Francophiles looking for decently priced French food, people on first dates, couples
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Review: Cafe Rouge, Manchester

Rating: In a Word: Jolie   Cuisine: French Bistro   Appeals To: Shoppers, families, anyone who fancies something other than a cheap burger, or chips to eat and drink.    C’est Bon Back to the Trafford Centre. Again. I’m beginning to think the
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Michel Roux Jr. Le Gavroche - Michel standing

Profile – Michel Roux Jr.

Michel Roux Jr. probably doesn’t need that much of an introduction so we’ll keep it brief. We managed to get this Marathon running, TV presenting, Michelin Star wielding fella to sit down for just a little a bit and answer us a few questions about
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Review – La Brasserie [Chelsea]

Rating Appeals To Francophiles and people looking for wonderfully legitimate French cuisine (but not haute cuisine) Parisian expats, pissed off with ‘cuisine les rosbifs’ Seekers of mid range prices (for this particularly pricey part of London anyway…)
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Le Pont De La Tour Head Chef Tom Cook

Profile – Tom Cook [Le Pont De La Tour]

We chat with Tom Cook, Head Chef at London’s prestigious Le Pont De La Tour and a man who started out cooking at age 15, before eventually apprenticing under the likes of Gary Rhodes and Michel Roux Jr.   This man knows French food! Having worked all
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Review – Le Pont De La Tour [London Bridge]

This darling restaurant is a testimonial to fine dining, a purveyor of exceptional hospitality and the archetype of modern French cuisine. First impressions Nestled behind the restaurant’s own food store and wine merchant (which sadly was closed when we showed up) the modest
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