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Freedman has visited more than thirty of the most significant and beautiful Coffee Houses throughout India. Away from the stereotypes of poverty and exotica they have allowed him to enter an ordinary India. Buried deep within the country s collective memory they have for decades acted simultaneously as political and artistic salons as well as simple eating places."
Shannon Bennett, chef and owner of internationally renowned restaurant Vue de monde, takes you on the journey of a lifetime as he explores the country he adores: France. Shannon and friends review all their favourites, from three-star restaurants to local bistros, from luxury hotels to rooms with a view. This unique guide includes Shannon's perfect three-day break in Monte-Carlo and a movie producer's guide to Cannes, as well as a sommelier's tips on choosing the best French wines. And, of course, there are Shannon's own recipes, for everything from Goose and Foie Gras Rillettes to Salade Lyonnaise and Gateau Basque. Shannon Bennett's France is the perfect way to start planning a dream holiday in the country that is unsurpassed for its fine culinary experiences.
Stylist Elodie Rambaud takes us down tiny side streets and pushes open the doors of exquisite stores to reveal the hidden gems of one of the world's most enchanting cities - Paris. Elodie's must-have guide features Paris's hottest neighbourhood venues, from restaurants, cafes and patisseries to bars, shops and hotels with 235 addresses and maps to help readers locate the secret places the author knows so well. Also included are up-close and personal interviews with those who work at the heart of the city - the assemblers of style, entrepreneurs, shop and cafe owners - as they reveal their own favourite local haunts. With a complete section dedicated to Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, Paris Style Guide is the perfect city companion for visitors and locals alike.
Mulligan's is more than a Dublin pub; it is an Irish cultural phenomenon. It has a unique and colourful history, spanning over two hundred years. Mulligan's has hosted the famous - Judy Garland, Seamus Heaney, Con Houlihan, James Joyce, John F. Kennedy - and, indeed, the infamous - police arrested a kidnapper there. Quirkiness pervades its atmosphere. The ashes of a US tourist are interred in its clock. Barmen have seen ghosts on the premises. For decades, performers at the Theatre Royal thronged to Mulligan's, mingling with journalists from 'The Irish Press' who smoked, fumed and interviewed celebrities in it. This fascinating book captures the atmosphere and essence of an Irish institution, loved by both natives and tourists alike.
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