L'Arpege (Paris, France)

In a short week in Paris, I learned that the best food is found at the lower and higher ends as opposed to the middle (which was laden with mediocre service and food). Creperies were fantastic as were the bakeries. What really took the cake was Alain Passard's three Michelin star L'Arpege restaurant (aptly described and recommended by my friend Pim in The Foodie Handbook). The name of the restaurant may sound familiar. Think Alain's friend David Kinch's Arpege egg, served at Manresa in Los Gatos, California.

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