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111 Tastes of Paris

That You Shouldn't Miss

Irène Lassus-Fuchs

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Julian Spalding

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-0581-4


£ 12.99
$ 19.90

111 Tastes of Paris 

That You Shouldn't Miss


Paris is famous for its superb restaurants, but this book throws its net much wider and selects choice examples of the best food that the Parisians themselves eat and buy. The former restauranteur and cook,
Irène Lassus-Fuchs, has her ear to the latest culinary talk, and has here made a personal selection of the huge variety of foods, both traditional and adventurous, to suit all tastes and pockets, that
makes Paris the food capital of the world.

Irène Lassus-Fuchs

Irène Lassus-Fuchs is a restaurateur, cook and translator who has lived and worked in Paris for nearly 40 years. She opened the highly successful Les Petites Sorcières restaurant in Rue Liancourt in the 14th Arrondissement in 1982, and has since established new restaurants in Paris, Strasbourg and Marseille. Her translations include many British and American cook books on cuisine from all over the world, including several books on the crafts, history of art, architecture and design. She now specialises in event catering.


Julian Spalding

Julian Spalding is a writer and former museum director for the cities of Sheffield, Manchester and Glasgow. He established the Ruskin Gallery, the St Mungo Museum of Religious Art and Life and Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art. His several books include The Art of Wonder (which won the Sir Bannister Fletcher Prize for the best art book in 2006), Realisation – from Seeing to Understanding and the e-pamphlet Con Art – why you should sell your Damien Hirst while you can. He has broadcast frequently on BBC radio and TV. Julian lives in Paris.

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