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Côté Rue Bordeaux Review A Diversity Of Flavours On Bordeaux's Rue Paul Louis Lande

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The concept at Côté Rue is simple enough – fresh ingredients direct from the market concocted into a simple seasonal menu that is presented as a tasting menu. You don’t get to choose what you eat – so prudes should stay away – but for those who enjoy culinary experimentation and food served just as the chef(s) intended, Côté Rue …

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Umami Restaurant Review The Fifth Taste In Strasbourg

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UMAMI occupies a somewhat curious position in the little city of Strasbourg. It sits perched atop ancient cobbled stone right in the middle of Petite France, the picturesque medieval district, favoured by tourists and choucroute peddlers alike. Though that’s not to say it’s the only restaurant in the area pushing a slightly more refined menu onto those much trodden streets. …

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Form And Shape: Canary Wharf In Photos A Convergence Of Glass And Steel

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One can’t help but look up when stood beneath these gigantic, towering edifices – tributes to business and finance, a statement of our desire to reach from the gutter to the stars. They rise in a symphony of steel and glass. They are often immersed in clouds and fog, their lights acting as beacons on the night skyline, for everyone …