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Sep 7, 2010 01:12 PM

Bourdain in Paris, Part 2

Just aired; it's all about the newish bistrots etc. Now I will never get into Frenchie's. How he got so many famous chefs to participate is beyond me. Should be on the Travel Channel as well. Oh well.

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  1. Left US the day before it aired. Celebrated with first lunch at Chez Denise, where he went on Paris, part 1. What other places did he mention? If you read my earlier post, while Frenchie's ok, do not see the huge draw it is getting.

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    1. re: Delucacheesemonger

      Tony and Eric Ripert visit places below, also nice segments with Joel Robuchon

      La Quincave
      Le Tete Dans Les Olives
      Je Thé
      Les Cocottes de Christian Constant
      Le Comptoir
      Le Chateaubriand
      Le Jeu de Quilles
      Marie-Anne Cantin

      Hugo Desnoyer Boucherie
      Les Papillons
      Marx Food Lab

        1. re: mdietrich

          I can live without all of those. Let them have them.

          Well, maybe not Desnoyer, but it's out of my league already anyway.

          Is les Papillons les Papilles? That would be another exception.

          1. re: souphie

            It seems l agree, nothing on list made me go ooooee, and l love to go ooooee. Granted there are some l do not know

            1. re: souphie

              It was the Café Les Papillons on Rue Mouffetard near the St. Medard church. Robuchon was impressed that an American liked Pied-Paquets.

              Their breakfast at Jeu de Quilles was huge. the URL with descriptions is: