Here's what's new and exciting in the Paris food world this month.
Paris gains a new 3-star restaurant and four new 2-stars in this year's Michelin Red Guide.
The Michelin Guide has just released its 2012 designations. Here's a quick summary, for those who care.
After working for Ducasse for seven years, Kei Kobayashi has opened an eponymous restaurant in the old Gerard Besson space near Les Halles, offering four or five courses at lunch (38/48€) and six or eight (75/95€) at dinner. His cooking is spare and delicate, like the room that surrounds you, and service is formal. They’re clearly shooting for the (Michelin) stars here.