Pudlo France: A Hotel and Restaurant Guide

Pudlo France: A Hotel and Restaurant Guide


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Pudlo France: A Hotel and Restaurant Guide by Gilles Pudlowski

Gilles Pudlowski was called by Food & Wine “one of [France’s] most ubiquitous and influential food critics.” His renowned guide–published annually for almost two decades–is now available in English.

Don’t go to France without it! Pudlo France 2008—2009 lists and describes thousands of the most desirable hotels and restaurants in villages, towns, and cities throughout the country, from the Mediterranean to the Alps. Pudlo France 2008—2009 is:

• comprehensive: Pudlo France lists accommodations of all sizes and for all budgets and tastes, and restaurants at every level of sophistication–all held to Gilles Pudlowski’s exacting standards of quality and service

• detailed: the description of each hotel or restaurant includes ambience, menu items, amenities, and a wealth of enlightening information

• completely up-to-date: unlike Michelin, Pudlo is the only guide that updates each entry yearly

• authoritative: Gilles Pudlowski is France’s most respected food critic, and the Pudlo guides, not only for Paris restaurants and hotels but for restaurants throughout France, are “the guides everyone trusts.”

Whether you’re looking for a modest pensionne in a medieval village or a luxe château in the Loire Valley, a seaside café on the Riviera or a vineyard in Burgundy, Pudlo France offers an inexhaustible array of choices–all of them enchanting.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781892145512
Publisher: New York Review Books
Publication date: 06/10/2008
Series: Pudlo France Series
Pages: 1184
Product dimensions: 4.52(w) x 7.42(h) x 2.18(d)

About the Author

Gilles Pudlowski is the restaurant critic and journalist for the French weekly magazine Le Point; a contributor to Saveurs and Bon Voyage magazines; a cultural commentator and critic; a historian of French regional culinary traditions; and the author of two cookbooks, France the Beautiful Cookbook and Great Women Chefs of Europe.

Simon Beaver grew up in the south of England but moved to Paris nearly thirty years ago. For two and a half decades, he has been adapting books, TV and movie scripts, songs, and biographies into English, and writing subtitles and recording voice-overs.

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