Le Bistrot by Patisserie Maxime I remember a couple of joyful visits to Le Bistrot by Patisserie Maxime when they popped up at the French Institute on Randolph Crescent during the Festival a couple of years back. The Institute has recently moved to the old Lothian Chambers on George IV Bridge and Le Bistrot has …

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Chez la Vieilles Paris! Remarkably, I’d never previously visited the great Gallic metrop so was glad to finally set that right. My usual first night procedure after a travelling day it to track down good pizza somewhere. However, this didn’t feel quite right so instead I sought a decent nearby bistro for something more classically …

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Bistrot de la Botte After posting a photo of the mighty Rhone which flows through Lyon on the social medias, I was assured there was another biggish river that I should take a look at whilst in town. Two rivers? That seemed a trifle greedy but sounded worth checking out. Accordingly I headed for Bistrot …

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Nassim Hill Bakery & Bistro An initial impression of Singapore – which I have no real idea whether it’s right or fair or whatever – is that it seems to focus on top-end with lots of glitzy places in hotels and couture malls, and then on the more humble fare of the food centres, from …

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Stocks Urban Bistro I’d visited Stocks Urban Bistro shortly after it opened and found it off to a pretty shaky start. Dishes lacked finesse and the space, which previously traded as the very poor Broadsheet Bistro – and blink and you’ll miss it as Henderson’s – felt like it needed a good bit of time …

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