Tony gets to know a little bit about the lives of the city's working class. Explore the varied ethnic communities that contribute to the pulse of Paris.Go to Episode
Anthony Bourdain meets one of the hottest chefs in Paris, Yves Camdeborde of Le Comptoir at La Quincave, to discuss the future of dining in the City of Light. They sip on wine and taste amazing French cheeses.
17 Rue Brea, 75006 Paris, France
Tony has dinner with chef Yves Comdeborde at his 20-seat restaurant, Le Comptoir.
Hotel Relais St-Germain, 9 Carrefour de l¿Odeon, 75006 Paris, France
Frenchie is known for its affordable menu and casually correct food. Chef Grégory Marchand spent most of his career working at Jamie Oliver's 15 in London, where his nickname Frenchie was born, and at Gramercy Tavern in New York.
5 Rue du Nil, 75002 Paris, France
Inaki Aizpitarte combines flavors in a way that no traditional French chef would dare. At Le Chateubriand he reinvents the classic French bistro with a style all his own, often delivering his dishes personally.
129 Avenue Parmentier, 75011 Paris, France
Alexandre Cammas and Inaki Aizpitarte invite Tony and chef Eric Ripert to Le Tete Dans Les Olives where 10 people are served daily. The restaurant has 1 table and 1 chef, Cedric Casanova.
2 Rue Sainte Marthe, 75010 Paris, France
Le Jeu de Quilles
Next door to Hugo's boucherie is this small restaurant. Tony, Eric, Hugo and Hugo's wife enjoy a beautiful breakfast.
45 Rue Boulard, 75014 Paris, France
Tony and Eric enjoy some tripe at this corner restaurant famous for making its nasty bits some of the most delicious in Paris.
4 Rue d¿Alleray, 75015 Paris, France
Renowned cheese merchant and cheese refiner Marie-Anne Cantin perpetuates the tradition of French gastronomy. Marie-Anne and her husband, Antoine Dias, offer authentic and uncompromising cheeses.
12 Rue du Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris, France
Tony and Eric have lunch with food wizard Thierry Marx. A veteran of Taillevent and Joël Robuchon's Jamin, the 44-year-old Mr. Marx is comfortable enough with his genius to be playful on the plate.
135 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France
Tony samples the world-class cuisine of chefs Eric Lecerf and Philippe Braun at L'Atelier.
5 Rue de Montalembert, 75007 Paris, France
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