Revealed: France's Best Restaurants in 2013
The results of the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards are in. Although the winner of the prestigious title of world's best restaurant went to a Spanish diner, France had six eateries in the top 50. Find out where they are, and what all the fuss is about. Have you been to any of these? How do you rate them? Leave a comment here.
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No. 49. Septime. 80 Rue de Charonne, Paris 11. "This bijou bistro in the 11th Arrondissement in Paris is home to head chef Bertrand Grébaut’s spontaneous and delicate cooking style that plays on his experiences with Alain Passard as well as his travels through Asia. The dining room is understated, creating a blank canvas on which Grébaut works his magic, and the service is straight-forward, friendly and knowledgeable, mirroring the simplicity of much of the restaurant’s cooking."
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