Journal

21st September, 2012

Bistrot Bruno Loubet

Bistrot Bruno Loubet

It truly is a shame when restaurants open to great fanfare and critical acclaim and then slowly become complacent; in this particular occasion, the restaurant fitting the bill was Bistrot Bruno Loubet. Having just finished watching a performance of the San Francisco Ballet and being blown away by the poetry of movement, we eagerly trotted to the […]

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12th September, 2012

Bombay Brasserie

Bombay Brasserie

Being one of the old world restaurants, Bombay Brasserie is a behemoth of a dining room, fitting in no less than 300 covers. The dining room in spite of its recent refurbishment to give it the visage of a grand Parisian restaurant stands out like a sore thumb as soon as one picks up the […]

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03rd September, 2012

Le Moulin de la Galettes, Paris

Le Moulin de la Galettes, Paris

A day that begins with the dead, always ends in sex. Such is the continuity of life and the balance that goes with all things. We paid our respects to the genius of Oscar Wilde, the beauty of Edith Piaf, the mastery of Frederic Chopin and the madness of Jim Morrison at  Pere Lachaise cemetery; […]

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