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Clotilde's Edible Adventures in Paris [Kindle Edition]

Clotilde Dusoulier
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  • Länge: 304 Seiten
  • Sprache: Englisch
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From Publishers Weekly

Dusoulier (Chocolate and Zucchini) combines the best of easy-to-page-through travel guides with the friendly, immediate feel of her charming blog and other Internet resources to provide the ideal foodie's guide to Paris. Dusoulier's inquisitiveness, sharp observation and affection for list-making serve her well in making this culinary heaven seem manageable. Her restaurant recommendations for each of the 20 arrondissements feel fresh and personalized, like tips from a friend, and most are relatively affordable if one follows Dusoulier's advice for when and what to eat. She also includes a welcome range of cuisines, unlike many Paris guides; boxed sections feature Japanese, Indian and Chinese quarters of the city, with food from numerous other nations sprinkled throughout, but she doesn't neglect classic brasseries and neo-bistros. Nearly as valuable as the lists are Dusoulier's pointers on reading menus, how to treat the staff and French restaurant quirks. The book's second half features judiciously selected markets, bakeries, cheese shops and other specialty outlets; again, international travelers will be gratified by her attention to non-French stores as well as those selling the best escargots, honey and wine from around the country. Topping off the book, a dozen intriguing recipes. (Apr.)
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“Dusoulier is the Parisian friend we all wish we had….[Her] voice is boisterous, spirited, delightful.” —New York Times Magazine


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr empfehlenswert für Foodies 5. Januar 2013
Von Fiona
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Wer sich für Essen interessiert, sollte nicht nach Paris fahren, ohne sich hiermit kulinarisch vorbereitet zu haben! Clotildes Empfehlungen sind variiert, sodass für jeden Geschmack etwas dabei sein sollte. Allen Empfehlungen, denen ich gefolgt bin, waren gut oder sehr gut und damit sie immer aktuell bleiben, veröffentlicht die Autorin Updates hier:[...]

Wer übrigens ihren Blog nicht kennt, sollte auch dort mal vorbeischauen. [...]
Es gibt auch einen Abschnitt über die französische Restaurantkultur sehr lesenswert ist für Leute, die noch nicht in das Essen in einem französischen Restaurant eingeführt worden sind oder sich in der gehobenen Gastronomie angemessen verhalten wollen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A perfect overall foodie guide 26. April 2008
Von S. Smerud - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This guide is just perfect for a foodie. Clotilde not only provides suggestions for all types of restaurants, she goes even further to give information on every food-related aspect of a vacation in Paris. With this book we will now be able to shop the best farmers' markets we otherwise might have missed. We're looking forward to experiencing the different neighborhood streets and markets, each with their distinct characteristics. We also now know the very best bakeries and shops for chocolate, pastries, candy, ice cream, spices, cheese, specialty food items, cured meats, prepared foods, fish, gourmet products, tea, coffee, wine, books, cookware, tableware, and even food shows. There are also great tips on French phrases and customs that will allow us to enjoy our trip to the fullest. This is the only guide of its kind.

Although comprehensive, I only wish there was more. However, that would probably just require additional and lesser suggestions. If we asked a friend for recommendations, this is just the guide we would want. Unlike most guides, there is not a long list of lackluster destinations taking up space with descriptions of why they are not recommended. Only recommended spots are listed, which is all we really need and allows the book to be a good size and easily referenced.

Clotilde boils down the city to its essence, providing only the best information in a well-organized format. The book is a good size to carry around. There is also more content on Clotilde's blog. We can't wait to put all of this information to good use in a few months when we're in Paris!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Never steered us wrong! 4. Juni 2008
Von JLL - Veröffentlicht auf
Just returned from our first trip to Paris and ate at about 7-8 of the recommended restaurants/shops in this book. EVERY recommendation was perfect; I don't think I've ever had a travel guidebook that seemed so spot on! The shops Ms Dusoulier mentions are charming and stocked with impeccable products. The restaurants were all fantastic and exactly as described. Half way through the trip we ditched our other guidebook and relied exclusively on this one for food! I especially liked the listings for bakeries, cheese shops, etc. You don't usually find so many of them in guidebooks. The extra info she peppers throughout the text was also much appreciated (dining customs in France, descriptions of important dishes, etc). One of the nicest features is that the book lists the nearest Metro stop AND cross streets for all businesses. This is so much more helpful than just an address, which can be impossible to find on an unfamiliar map. The index was great too, listing places by name but also neighborhood. That was very helpful when planning where to eat, since we could just look up the neighborhood we were in at the moment and see what was nearby. Plus, it is a fun read! I read the whole thing before leaving for Paris and really enjoyed it, though I suppose I may not have enjoyed it as much if I were not visiting the city.

The only thing that would have made this book slightly more useful would have been some maps. Even if the maps weren't quite detailed enough to show everything, they would have meant we didn't always have to pull out a giant city map too. Still, that's a very small complaint and one that didn't detract at all from my enjoyment of the book.

I highly recommend this book for anyone traveling to Paris or just looking to learn more about the Paris food scene.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wish I'd had this book when I was in Paris. 16. Mai 2008
Von M. Erickson - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book wasn't yet available when I visited Paris last month. Clotilde has written the quintessential book for "foodies" who want to experience all Paris has to offer. This book is small (about 5" square) and is just the right size to carry in a purse or backpack. She has visited all of the places she recommendsand there's a great variety of different eateries (ice cream shops, restaurants, candy stores, patisseries, etc). She even explains the difference between bistros, cafes and restaurants. It's a lot easier to peruse a French menu after she explains the "ins and outs" of how to order (and behave) at a restaurant. I wish I'd had this book when I was eating my way through Paris. Be sure to visit her blog [...] for her recipes and insights on the Paris food scene.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A very useful little book 26. Mai 2009
Von C. Radcliffe - Veröffentlicht auf
I read the blog and followed the links to Amazon to buy the book and I was so happy I did. We were going to be spending only 5 days in Paris and we didn't want to be disappointed with the food. Before we left I bookmarked a couple of cheese shops and bakeries and actively sort those out. The recommendations were excellent. We carried the book with us and whenever we felt the need for some nourishment, we would get the book out of the handbag and look up the listings for what was in our area (a very useful feature). Our favourite dining experience was at Le Petit Pascal which we would never have found without the book. Every city needs a book like this.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you want to eat well in Paris, buy this book! 16. Mai 2009
Von M. Papa - Veröffentlicht auf
I got this book last minute before leaving for Paris a little over a week ago. I returned yesterday and want to spread the word that it is invaluable. The book is organized in a really approachable and useful way, with tags about what kind of eatery (casual, neobistro, gastronomic, wine bar, etc...), descriptions that are just the right length, and details like subway stops and cross streets so you make your way there without any problem. Also, the design reinforces its usefulness by making it easy to find the information you are looking for and its size is terrific for toting around with you. Beyond the reviews, there is a really helpful introduction that lays out the basics of the culture of food in France, as well as really helpful sidebars that delve more deeply into certain aspects, e.g. cheese course etiquette, the background of the neo bistro movement, picnic spots and a glossary of the classics of French pastry. This is an amazing book that really enhanced my experience of the city. I can't thank Clotilde enough!!!
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