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A tour of ten Parisian restaurants that have been awarded stars by the Michelin Guide for their excellent cuisine. According to the tradition of this world-renowned guide, tourism and a fine table are combined on a visit to these establishments, whose history frequently goes hand-in-hand with the monuments surrounding them. The work is superbly accompanied by portraits of their respective chefs and by a selection of the recipes that have contributed to the fame of these icons of Paris. Culinary art, tourism and gastronomic history, in one volume.
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There are many reasons why Paris is one of the hottest travel destinations in Europe; its rich history, unique architecture, fine restaurants and wine are just some of the things that attract visitors seemingly from all corners of the world. Focusing on 10 Parisian restaurants that hold Michelin's rating stars, which rank them among the hottest dining destinations in the world, "Haute Cuisine Paris" provides a comprehensive, in-depth look at each of these fine eateries. Included in the book is the history of each restaurant, interviews with the chef as well as recipes from their kitchen. A complete section is devoted to each restaurant with gorgeous photographs of the restaurant's interiors as well as its food offerings. For tourists, "Haute Cuisine Paris" will also take readers on a walking tour of the sites of interest in the vicinity of each restaurant. Whether it's a nearby museum, park, or romantic cafe, the book will provide readers with all the information they need to explore the district surrounding the restaurant and at the same time work up an appetite in anticipation of dining at one of the world's hottest restaurants.Above all, this book will appeal to Francophiles as well as those looking for the best in fine dining in one of the most visited cities in the world. List of restaurants and chefs include: Guy Savoy - Guy Savoy; L'Arpege - Alain Passard; Le Cinq - Philippe Legendre; Ledoyen - Christian LeSquer; Lucas Carton - Alain Senderens; L'Ambroisie - Bernard Pacaud; Le Bristol - Eric Frechon; Le Grand Vefour - Guy Martin; Les Beatilles - Christian Bochaton; Taillevent - Alain Soliveres. This work: features highly rated restaurants from the Michelin Guide-the bible of French gastronomy; a beautiful coffee table book that will appeal to foodies, travellers and Francophiles; includes recipes and interviews from world-renowned chefs.
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Book Description AM Editores, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P119709726242