Tag Archives: French cuisine

Gold, Plated

Scallop Ceviche at Le Petit Cafe

French bistro Le Petit Café is one of the most lauded restaurants in the country. Zagat rates its food the best in Connecticut, and the New York Times has bestowed its highest rating…

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Crêped Crusader

Choupette crêpe at Crêpes Choupette

Adil Chokairy grew up in Paris loving crêpes and the rituals that came with them: the coffee and the tea and the catch-ups with friends and family about the unfolding day. Then he grew up some more, moved to the …

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Feast Your Eyes

The ceiling at ROÌA

If you feel as though you’ve stepped back in time upon entering the young downtown restaurant ROÌA, it’s because, in a sense, you have.

Before its grand opening in March, ROÌA, located in a…

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Orange’s Slice of France

Yolande's Bistro & Creperie dining room

In the 1950s, Yolande Lacan’s parents emigrated from France to Canada, ultimately winding up in Whitefield, New Hampshire, running the Playhouse Inn. Her father Noel Lacan was the chef, but her mother Lucienne might have had the better palate.…

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