Restaurant Write-Up Policy

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Occasionally I will write up a restaurant on the site. These are not traditional restaurant reviews; I don’t visit three times, I don’t take notes, I don’t go in disguises, and I’m not qualified to critique certain cuisines and wine lists. I write about food and travel but am not a restaurant critic.

I consider the site a “guide” rather than critiques, as I want to point visitors to places where I think they’d enjoy visiting. When I write up a restaurant it’s because I think it’s a place of interest to readers, whether you live here or not. Dining out anywhere can be a variable experience, depending on the guests, the staff, and other factors, and even the most reliable restaurant can have an off-night, so readers may have a different experience than I do.

博客在巴黎和其他地方反映了我生命的片段,而我确实保持着我的巴黎餐厅page up-to-date, individual blog posts go back many years (5+). During that time, restaurants can change.

一般来说,当我用完时,我在餐馆里寻找积极的餐馆,不要寻找缺陷或批评的东西。虽然我尝试写下我认为非常好的餐馆,但读者将被享受,并且每个餐厅都不总是如此,读者的经历会有所不同。

My time does not permit me to go back and update the nearly one thousand blog entries on the site, but each entry is dated so you can read when the restaurant was written up. In addition, readers are welcome to leave constructive万博ios客户端regarding their experiences at a restaurant, good or bad, to share with others. So you may wish to scan them to get other opinions. (In some cases, unfortunately, comments have been turned off due to spammers.)

I provide phone numbers for the establishments listed. Most places in Paris require reservations, and they’re a good idea even in smaller places. (You’ll get treated much better if they know you’re coming rather than if you just show up unannounced.) Unlike restaurants in America, and elsewhere, reservations can often be made a few days, or the same day, except in places that are very popular.

无论是否需要预订,我都强烈推荐拨打的餐馆和任何在本网站上列出的建立,以确保在进行之前他们打开。

Although many places in Paris have websites, few respond to e-mail requests and it’s best to call. Usually there is an English-speaking employee available if you don’t speak French. It’s to ask,“Parlez-vous anglais, s’il vous plaît?”first, no matter how shaky you think your French is. They appreciate the gesture.

And because out-of-towners have a reputation for not showing up, whether deserved or not, it’s best to call and re-confirm your reservation the day before.

Selected Posts on Dining

Les Papilles

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巴黎Favorite Restaurants

Sunday Dining in Paris

与巴黎的孩子十大伟大的事

Gluten-Free Eating & Dining in Paris

Where to Find the Best Steak Frites in Paris

Vegetarian Dining in Paris

Two Delicious Paris Dining Guides

A-Z法国食品指南

French Menu Translation Made Easy

The Best Crêpes in Paris

拉娇躺椅

Chez Dumonet

Chartier

lespâtesvivantes.

L’As du Fallafel

10 Insanely Delicious Things You Shouldn’t Miss in Paris

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