Monday, November 17, 2014

When a French chef goes tapas!

I have a very dear friend who used to be a producer for television (before doing what she really wanted to do: be on stage! I already told you about her last year), and through her, I met Yves Camdeborde, a very famous French chef whose restaurant I visited last week. To be more accurate, I visited - and had the pleasure to eat at - one of his restaurants, the one called L'avant-comptoir, a sort of Tapas place, but very French! Very nice guy and for sure a place to visit.

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  1. I like the portrait, particularly the sense of busy people and motion around Yves.

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  2. Hi, I'm a French teacher in California, and we love your photos and posts....what will happen to your blog when you move?

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    1. Well, it's won't close, but it will be much more static for sure!

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    2. My name is Leigh Anne, by the way.

      Will you create a new CityBlog for your new city?

      :-)

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  3. Nice! It's always good to try a new restaurant. And thanks for the links.

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  4. It must be a very popular restaurant because I hear that it's impossible to get a seat. ;-)

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    1. LOL. I know you're making fun, but... But, it's true. Not in the one, but the one next door that also belongs to him!

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  5. I find it much better to go tapas than ballistic! That's a really nice portrait.

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  6. Lucky you. Get your fill for now, mon ami—you can always diet later. :~}

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    1. Yeah yeah... That's what I keep telling myself!

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