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China Tang

I was looking forward to eating at this restaurant in the basement of London’s exquisite Dorchester Hotel, conceived by David Tang, who founded the China Club in Hong Kong, which...

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Citronelle

As one can see from the menu, there is no more creative chef than Michel Richard. Some of his courses are so playful, yet so filled with flavor that they...

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Oregon Grille

At one of my favorite local restaurants, I enjoyed an excellent shrimp newburg. They were beautifully cooked, large prawns with a wonderful reduced sauce that reminded me somewhat of a...

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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

If one wants to be guaranteed as creative and delicious French cuisine as possible, you can’t go wrong eating at any of Joël Robuchon’s restaurants, whether in Macau, Tokyo, Paris,...

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The Square

I have wanted to eat at this London restaurant since Pierre Rovani told me he had one of the finest meals of his life at The Square. While I would...

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Maison Pic

Jacques Pic, who was one of my favorite chefs in the eighties and early nineties, passed away in 1992, and his restaurant quickly fell from its Michelin three-star status to...

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Bar Boulud

Think of this tunnel that resembles a wine cellar as a huge sushi bar, but instead of sushi, the diner is confronted with a gorgeous selection of terrines, patés, and...

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Veritas

Two meals in two weeks from Veritas’ new chef, Grégory Pugin, who studied under Joël Robuchon, proved once again that as good as the food has been at this restaurant...

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Charleston

This meeting of my Oenarchs group was an exceptional blind tasting hosted by one of our members, Lee Kirby Smith. It was easy to guess that we were dealing with...

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