Andrew finds out why Paris is known as the food capital of the world. He dines in a classic French restaurant, learns about the science used to create intense flavor in a tiny dessert and watches how snail ...Go to Episode
Andrew settles down for some fine dining and pressed duck at Restaurant Michel Rostang, where a 5th-generation Parisian chef prepares a specialty of the house.
20 Rue Rennequin, 17th Arr., 75017 Paris, France
At this laidback Paris restaurant, the chef rebels against the grand old style by serving world-class food in an everyday setting. Andrew tastes pigeon meat, blood sausage and chicken tureen with minced vegetables in olive oil and vinegar syrup.
27 Rue Lamar, 7th Arr., 75007 Paris, France
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