It has been a while I wanted to share with you my favorite restaurants in NYC. This time I chose to do it through a map. Super handy. I ll add more restaurants to it in the week to come and other maps will follow, best park, my favorite museums and many more.

Enjoy

Pour vous une liste de mes restaurants favoris à NYC profitez bien:

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Some tips on my top french restaurants:

1/Maison Harlem, love the food the ambiance the wine, it’s just like being in Chaletet les Halles in Paris or la butte Montmartre. Their ratatouille is amazing and there merguez home made, duck, tarte flambée…

2/La tarte Flambé highly recommended, to be tried asap

3/ If I want French or Swiss Raclette, I ll go to http://raclette.nyc ( Lower East Side)

4/Orsay for everything

5/ Demarchelier for the cheese fondue

Just click on the  Map… bon appetit

 

Really!!!

   

Arcachon! France 

La c(o)orniche ( 2 pictures on the down left just above, and on the upper right corner under)

 http://www.lacoorniche-pyla.com/
  

New York ( except for The beach, le Pyla France)

Harlem Tavern

http://harlemtavern.com/

Top of the Rock 

Lego store Rockefeller center 

Metropolitan THE MET 

  

Bordeaux, France,

http://www.lechiendepavlov.com/
Le Chien de la Pavlov ( above )

45/47 rue de la Devise – 33000 Bordeaux
CONTACT +33 5 56 48 26 71

  
Bordeaux, and Elvis, great desert and photographs!

13, rue des Piliers de Tutelle

33000 Bordeaux

Contact +33(0)5 56 81 85 79
  
arcachon place and le Pyla, ( la Coorniche) France,

  
Bordeaux, France 

New York, USA, upper east side!  

Above, Antonucci  café delicious Italian http://antonuccicafe.com/

170 E 81st St New York, NY 10028, United States
  

New York, Chelsea Pier, midtown, USA

 

A mix match… 

Paris, New York, France, USA ! 

Both part of me….
Wishing you a great week end 

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Quiet and rainy Sunday in LUXEMBOURG , Walking around in the mood for a coffee.

Ended up having a Madelaine ( french pâtisserie ) with a latte in this lovely cosy place, created by Lea Linster.

She is Luxembourgish and one of the few women that counts amount top chef in the world. She has 2 restaurants in LUXEMBOURG ( one holding a one star michelin since 25 years) and this tea/coffee shop.

She made the Madelaine her star.

Her shop is right next to the grand-ducal palace.

She remains nice, smiling to her guest and tries to share her love of cooking and good products.

I love the way she describes her

Madelaines ” ingredients: sugar, butter, flour, almond, eggs, secret and love” with love lea Linster

I love persons with character love and a sharing sense. It s a life philosophy that I respect.

P.s. if you want to see one of the Madelaine, watch carefully they are hidings in the flowers.

If you want to have a look, check her web site http://en.lealinster.lu/