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Recipe from Aymeric Pinard and Alain Ducasse’s Christmas Log

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Here is the recipe of the Yule from Aymeric Pinard, Alain Ducasse’s pastry chef at the hotel Le Grand Contrôle at Airelles Château de Versailles.

It is composed of a creamy with three vanillas, Madagascar, India and Mexico, a bavaroise and a Madagascar vanilla madeleine cookie, a rice pudding, a vanilla almond crunch and a vanilla almond praline heart.

The ingredients as well as the steps are on my previous Instagram post in photos 5 and 6 to make it easier to follow.

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 The fig, refreshed with fig leaf and blackcurrant

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 The fig, refreshed with fig leaf and blackcurrant, served with an almond ice cream with Joris Vée, pastry chef of La Grande Cascade

This dessert is a nugget, you will love it!

Supplier Verger Saint-Eustache for the fig leaves.

Hibiscus powder internet or supermarket.

 

Here are the ingredients:

    Meringue :

  • 100g of egg whites
  • 90g of caster sugar
  • 90g of powdered sugar

 

          Fig marmalade 

  • 300g fresh figs
  • 9g of honey
  • 5g of Chardonnay vinegar
  • 2g of pectin NH
  • 5g of caster sugar

   Transparent opaline 

  • 150g white fondant
  • 100g glucose
  • 6g of cocoa butter
  • 1g of fine salt

 Fontainebleau fig leaves

  • 370g of 35% cream
  • 33g fig leaves
  • 370g 35% cream
  • 90g egg whites
  • 370g plain yogurt
  • 40g acacia honey
  • 50g gelatin mass

         Blackcurrant juice

  • 250g frozen blackcurrant balls
  • 25g caster sugar

         Starchy blackcurrant juice

  • 100g blackcurrant juice
  • 1g of potato starch

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Smoked eggplant with charmoula and spices with Salma Berrada

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Glad to do this last live recipe before summer with @salmaberradafoodie who has made her passion, her business. She launched her catering business last year and organizes abundant buffets of flowers, good products to individuals and companies. Here is an oriental recipe that Salma proposes in her buffet: Smoked eggplant with charmoula and spices 😍.

  • Ingredients for 4 people:
    – 4 eggplants
    – 10 cooked cherry tomatoes
    – 2 bunches of parsley
    – 2 bunches of coriander
    – 4 cloves of garlic
    – Cumin
    – Paprika
    – Espelette flakes
    – 12cl of olive oil
    – Yellow lemon
    – Amlou
    – Various flowers

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Salers beef tenderloin, amlou and roasted cauliflower with Eloi Spinnler

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Recipe with the promising young chef Eloi Spinnler, chef of his own restaurant orgueil.paris 🧑🏻‍🍳. Here is a very tasty and easy recipe that is on the menu of the restaurant,“Salers beef tenderloin, amlou and roasted cauliflower ”.

  • Ingredients for 4 guests :
    – 600g Salers beef sirloin
    – 50g of Amlou
    – 1/2 cauliflower
    – 200g of butter
    – 2 teaspoons of coffee grounds
    – 1 clove of garlic
    – Thyme
    – Laurel
    – Flower of salt
    – Pepper
    – Lime

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Daurade de Noirmoutier à peine cuite, carotte d’Allonnes, tagète, yaourt fumé avec Amaury Bouhours

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⭐️⭐️ “Barely cooked sea bream from Noirmoutier, carrot from Allonnes, tagetes, smoked yogurt” with the two-starred chef from Le Meurice Alain Ducasse restaurant, Amaury Bouhours. An incredible recipe that is on the restaurant’s menu 😍.

 

Here are the ingredients: 

  • Sea bream :
    1pc sea bream (2.5kg)
    13g/kg fish salt
    2g/kg fish sugar
    60g cibario oil
    2g flower of salt

 

  • Carrot stew :
    0.7kg carrots
    3g salt
    1kg coarse salt for cooking
    20g olive oil
    5g tagetes leaves

 

  • Tiger lick :
    0.9kg carrots
    60g onion
    6g garlic clove
    10g ginger vinegar
    1g Espelette pepper
    5g salt
    130g yellow lemon juice (500g lemons)
    200g large ice cubes
    12g of ginger (30 raw)

 

  • Julienne of carrots :
    300g carrots
    Carrot pickles :
    300g carrots
    200g white wine
    100g white alcohol vinegar
    2g white pepper grains

 

  • Ginger pickles :
    300g rice vinegar
    50g sugar
    1g salt
    100g ginger
  • Tagetes oil :
    25g of tagetes
    75g green leeks
    200g grape seed oil

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My interview in Talkies Magazine

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I’m glad to have a double page spread in the Dutch/Belgian Lifestyle magazine Talkies about my best addresses in Saint-Tropez.

 

Here is the French translation.

Johanne Brami lives between Saint-Tropez and Paris, after a Master’s degree in communication and a degree in journalism, she was a TV presenter for a Swiss channel and then a columnist on Canal Sat. Her culinary account is @Ladyjoe_ where she regularly interviews chefs in their restaurants. Following the health crisis, she invited the chefs in her kitchen to make live recipes where her subscribers participate by asking questions at the same time. Gourmande Johanne sheds light on Saint-Tropez.”

 

What does Saint-Tropez mean to you?

My partner and I are lucky enough to have a house facing the sea, so first of all it represents the sweetness of life, the serenity. But it is also the good food, the friends, the party, the freedom. Aperitifs and dinners at home, good times with the family, walks by the sea, boat trips… Precious and unforgettable moments!

 

What are the advantages and disadvantages of Saint-Tropez?

The advantages are that it’s 1h30 from Paris by plane, so we come there every weekend from April to October. The food is very good because most of the products are local and of very good quality. In terms of prices, there is something for (almost) all budgets, with affordable restaurants but also 3 to 4* star hotels. This gives a heterogeneous clientele and this is what pleases here.

The disadvantages are that you have to wait from October to April for the season to start again 😉 ! But above all, if you don’t have the right phone numbers to reserve, everything is full two weeks in advance. It happens to us to eat often in the same places by comfort because we always reserve at the last minute.

 

Which hotels, restaurants, cafés and pastry shops do you recommend to your friends in Saint-Tropez and why?

For hotels, it all depends on what you are looking for. If you prefer to be in the village, I recommend the mythical Byblos hotel, there is also the Hotel de Paris (a little cheaper). And a little further away but close to the village, there is the Cheval Blanc hotel which has its own beach and it is unique! I advise you to go for a treatment in their Guerlain spa even if you are not staying at the hotel, their signature massage in a double cabin is simply amazing!

Then, if you want to be in a luxury setting, out of time, there is the Hotel de la Messardière, which has been taken over by Les Airelles, they have renovated the 3⁄4 of the hotel, it’s sublime!
Their new Japanese restaurant, Matsuhisa is delicious and the view is to die for.

A new cafe I recommend is Café Lapérouse, they opened last year (Moma group).
It’s really charming, we come there to have breakfast on the harbor, and to have dinner in peace.

For pastries, the only one I recommend is the Marcel and Cavazza pastry shop, where you will find the best Tarte Tropézienne, you can’t count the calories because it’s so good! You have to reserve in advance because the store is really small. I am really difficult in pastries, and I had a crush only for this one. In 2nd choice, there is the new pastry shop of Cyril Lignac, we come there especially for the bears with marshmallow, the bread and the millefeuille.

 

What places do you go to regularly in Saint-Tropez and why? (beaches, parks, stores etc)

La Réserve Plage, it’s one of my favorite beaches, the food is excellent, it’s small, it feels like home and the setting is idyllic.
I like to go regularly to Loulou Beach, the food is very good (the best truffle pizza) and the parties are great.

The Byblos is the most chic beach and the food and service are up to the standard of the establishment.

Shellona for events with a DJ and good Greek food.
Casa Amor, the menu is signed by one of my favorite chefs Akrame, and the atmosphere is very Mykonos, you have to come to the first service to enjoy the music group Bossa Nova. And stay at the second service to party in the Alemagou spirit.

Gigi for a delicious Italian cuisine and a warm atmosphere. Club Les Palmiers, for the atmosphere and the clientele.

Indie Beach for the best parties with your feet in the sand on certain nights, and the food is very good since this year, you can trust me.

 

The store where I bought my most beautiful sequined dresses for parties and my silk dresses for the beach is the Safari Saint-Tropez store (6 rue du Général Allard). If you’re invited to an amazing party, you’ll be saved!

 

What are the well hidden places in Saint-Tropez that are really worth it (beaches, parks, restaurants etc)?

– The beach restaurant where I love to come with my parents or my darling because we are well received, we feel good there and the mattresses are correct price levels, it is Jardin Tropezina. The clientele is beautiful and we eat very well.

– My favorite hidden address where you will cross many celebrities, it is the beach of Salins, the prices are affordable, we eat there the feet in the water, the kitchen is simple and family. I love having their salmon tartar, sharing a fish, their risotto
fish, their risotto, pasta bolognese or their burger.

Ps: I’ve been told that the pizzeria upstairs is very good too.
It’s the antithesis of what people might think of Saint-Tropez. And many people are looking for this kind of place.

– There is also the Graniers beach which is beautiful but in terms of price, it is much more expensive.

– For dinner, I just went to the restaurant of the hotel Le Pandei, (recently taken over by the group Les Airelles) there are only a few tables on the terrace, and I love this intimate atmosphere and the Italian food which is excellent.

– And a big favorite I had last year was the new restaurant at the hotel La Ponche, by chef Thomas Danigo, who runs the kitchens at Galanga in Paris. A hidden restaurant that deserves to be known! A light, refined and sought-after gastronomic cuisine. A future starred chef, for sure.

 

Do you have any little gems in Saint-Tropez to recommend to us that are not necessarily well known to the general public?

If you’re looking for a change of scenery just a few kilometers from Saint-Tropez, I highly recommend the Lily of The Valley Hotel in La Croix Valmer. The hotel is decorated by Philippe Starck.
The room of the Vista restaurant as well as the terrace overlooks a breathtaking 180° sea view, where the orchestra that plays on weekends, rocks the sunset. The chef Vincent Maillard has created a menu that respects the products, Provencal and refined, suitable for all epicureans.

But there is also the new beach of their hotel with a unique terrace at the water’s edge on the beach of Gigaro. The chef charms us this time with his traditional Italian cuisine.

 

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The best restaurants for dinner in Saint-Tropez

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There is so much on offer now in Saint-Tropez that I hope this list will be your guide to dining in the best restaurants.

For a chic and relaxed atmosphere :

La Cucina 

An elaborate Italian cuisine but still authentic. In a decor worthy of a real Italian piazetta. We always spend a good moment there. We love the Scrocchiarella terra (Bresaola, rucola, candied tomatoes, parmesan, lime, olive oil and rosemary), the Saint-Pierre d’ici, zucchini and olives, the pasta in the parmesan wheel, etc.

 

Matsuhisa 

Exceptional decoration inside and superb terrace with sea view at the Château de la Messardière, which has been taken over by the Les Airelles group. The food is even better than at Matsuhisa in Paris. We like the spinach salad with truffle and miso, the grey shrimp tempura with spicy sauce, the new style salmon sashimi and the salmon tartar on crispy rice which is much better presented here than in Paris.

 

Kinugawa

The place has moved and replaces the Ferme d’Angèle and it’s a dinner in an open air garden, it’s beautiful! An atmosphere in the same spirit as in Los Angeles, but with the French Touch it’s even better!

The food is always so good. I’m a fan of their tuna pizza with truffle tarama and shrimp tempura californias. 

 

Caviar Kaspia

Caviar Kaspia has replaced Kinugawa at the port and caviar lovers are bound to have a good time there.

 

Le Pandei

Recently taken over by the group Les Airelles, there are only a few tables on the terrace, and I love the intimate atmosphere and the excellent Italian cuisine.

 

La Muña, Le Japonais de La Réserve à Ramatuelle

To enjoy the sunset, this extraordinary sea view and a menu with very good products. I loved the grilled gyozas of poultry and vegetables, the black cod marinated in miso and the californias with various flavors. For dessert, I recommend the roasted pineapple to keep it light.

 

Café Lapérouse

Really charming restaurant that opened last year at the end of the port. It is the perfect place to dine as a couple, with family or friends when you are looking for simplicity and gourmandise.

We enjoy the sunset and we fall for the truffles croques monsieur. The carpaccio of scallops and sea bream with pistachio. The filet of beef rossini (as a special dish) and of course, the Frozen Yogurt Lapérouse to be composed with the ingredients of your choice.

 

La Ponche par Thomas Danigo

A very nice discovery! Thomas Danigo, chef of the Galanga Paris has taken over the kitchens of the Hotel La Ponche. We eat in a pedestrian street and we enjoy the sea view, the warm atmosphere and a gastronomic menu that remains accessible.

I was conquered by :

  •  The ceviche of sea bream, citrus fruits and coriander basil sorbet,
  •  The gazpacho of peas, mint and basil, fresh goat cheese,
  •  The traditional rock fish soup,
  •  Red mullet in portfolio, stuffed zucchini flower Provençal style, harissa and strong juice.
  •  And roasted apricots with lavender honey, almond crumble and pine nuts, ricotta and lavender ice cream. An address not to be missed.

 

Le Sénéquier

An institution with always a beautiful clientele. You know why you come here and you already know what you are going to eat. The crab salad, the beef fillet with pepper sauce, the spaghetti cacio e pepe with tuna tartar on top, the burger or the ravioli with truffle and to finish, the huge chocolate mousse.

Hôtel de Paris par Damien Cruchet

A restaurant that is not talked about enough and that deserves to be known! Damien Cruchet works with local producers, the vegetables and fishing are located less than 15km from the hotel. His cooking is really delicious, I succumbed to the carpaccio of lobster, to his declination of zucchini flowers with ricotta, to the breaded veal grenadin, to the cheeses of the Pastourelle farm as well as the strawberry pavlova.

Vista, Lily of the Valley

We come there to enjoy a breathtaking view, to enjoy the sunset with the orchestra that takes the place of the cicadas to lull us for an evening. Obviously, being a great admirer of Vincent Maillard‘s cooking, you can go there with your eyes closed.

 

 

For a festive atmosphere:

Indie Beach:

The best parties of the summer for me are at Indie Beach, they have changed chef, the food is very good and the parties with the DJ on the beach are in the same spirit as Scorpios in Mykonos. Ask about the parties which are unfortunately not every night, and reservations are required.

 

La Petite Plage

Restaurant on the port, a delicious menu signed by Eric Frechon, music, atmosphere and we eat with our feet in the sand. One of my favorite places to meet and party.

 

Le Salama

Another festive address that I like a lot. You can eat oriental food, couscous, ceviche, gambineros, even those who want to eat healthy can find themselves there. Be careful with the bill, there are a lot of bottles added, and that’s a real shame…

 

Manko 

Formerly Salama, then the Napoleon, it is now Manko which opened last summer. A really delicious menu, I loved the Baos chifa (fried chicken, cinnamon mayonnaise, and lime, pachikay sauce), the tuna with soy, the chicken with tari sauce, and the ancestral chocolate for dessert.

 

Le Café

A lot of people love this restaurant, the singer sings old music and it’s nice. It’s less my style but I’m sure you’ll like it.

 

The gastronomic ones that will leave you with incredible memories:

***La vague d’Or d’Arnaud Donckele

**La Réserve à Ramatuelle d’Éric Canino

* Restaurant Colette Hôtel Sezz de Philippe Colinet

 

New restaurants I need to try:

Gina’s : An Italian fish restaurant inspired by the Langosteria in Paris and Milan, which replaces the Italian on the port and is signed by the chef Éric Frechon.

Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton which replaces Too Share by Jean Imbert and Pharrell Williams, open since June 17.

Villa Belrose, they have a new chef, Jimmy Coutel who works with the famous and successful Berlin chef The Duc Ngo and offer the “Club Indochine” with a menu that mixes French gastronomy and Indochinese cuisine.

 

 

 

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The best beach restaurants in Saint-Tropez

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It’s time to share with you my new recommendations for Saint-Tropez and its surroundings.

With all the new beach restaurants that opened this year, here are my favorites.

Festive beaches:

Gigi
The beach everyone has been talking about this summer is Gigi. It’s a beach house hidden under a pine forest that the Paris Society group has transformed into a restaurant, with a pool, a petanque court, a club for kids…

It features classic Italian cuisine as well as must-try Mediterranean dishes. And I can tell you that the food is really delicious!

I loved the arancini with truffles, the tuna carpaccio, the vitello tonnato, the zucchini flowers and the lobster pasta. And to finish it all off with the frosted fruits and tiramisu are the perfect combo.

1050 Chemin des Barraques, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 22 40 00 30

 

Bagatelle
I fell in love with the quality of the food at Bagatelle Beach, whose kitchens are now supervised by Rocco Seminara (former chef of the Byblos) and Manon Santini (she won the world cup for the best dessert pizza).

You can order absolutely everything with your eyes closed. Pizza and ravioli with truffles, marinated cockles, prime rib, sea bass, chocolate pizza. You can go there at the first service to have a quiet lunch or at the second service to have a party as a bonus.

Les Tamaris, Chemin de Matarane, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 79 83 25

 

Club Les Palmiers
The most uspcale of the hippie chic beaches. This is the beach where I ate the most this year and I was never disappointed.

I love to eat the sea bass ceviche, the beef filet (well done for me) with pepper sauce (the mashed potatoes and fries are crazy too). The whole sea bream in carpaccio/ceviche is a must have.

The raw lobster in carpaccio, the coconut and lime cream, everything is delicious!

Chemin des Tamaris, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 79 82 70

Casa Amor
Casa Amor (Moma Group) is the most festive Mexican beach this year where all the clientele of Tulum/Mykonos meet

And we thank Chef Akrame who signed the menu that makes us travel. If you are tired of eating the same thing on the beach, the bohemian cuisine of Casa Amor is for you.

We love the green salmon tartare, the sea bream tiradito, the crispy quinoa, the beef tacos, the roasted mini cauliflowers.Come to the first course to enjoy the Bossa Nova band.

And stay for the second course to party in the “Alemagou” spirit.

1095 Chemin des Tamaris, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 43 91 49

 

 

 

 

Loulou
Always such a nice clientele and their truffle pizza is always so good.

Plage de Pampelonne, Chem. des Tamaris, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 79 80 04

 

Verde Beach
Very good food, but we come here especially to have the biggest parties!

1149 Chemin de l’EPI, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 79 72 23

 

Shellona
We love the Mykonos-inspired atmosphere and the delicious cuisine of the greek chef, Yiannis Kioroglou.

A cuisine of sharing where we fall for the filo feta, black sesame and honey, the spicy grilled beef, the marinated prawns, and for dessert the crispy crepe with custard and cinnamon.

Chemin des Tamaris, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 43 87 34

 

Family beaches:

Jardin Tropezina:
Jardin Tropezina is really the beach where we enjoy going every day. The view is sublime, you can go for lunch or dinner (very romantic with a band), and enjoy the sunbeds for the day.  We come there for a romantic moment or with our family. Of course, the food is delicious, devil’s avocado, yellowtail, gamberoni carpaccio with caviar, fish to share.

Ps: I’m also a big fan of their roasted chicken with truffles!

4 Route du Pinet, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 97 36 78

 

La Réserve Plage
I still love this 5* beach of the hotel La Réserve.

A refine and authentic decoration signed by Philippe Starck.

We love the cuisine made by the chef Éric Canino . Rigatoni with black truffle, the guacamole made in front of our eyes, the zucchini flowers, the sea bream ceviche with black truffle, the huge Milanese escalope and their impressive rum baba for 2/3 persons.

Chemin de l’EPI, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 7 85 14 72 90

 

Le Byblos Beach
I would say that this is the most upscale beach. We eat divinely well there, the decoration is superb. I invite you to watch my video tasting interview from last year.

42 Boulevard Patch, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 43 15 00

 

Les Salins
This is the simplest and most chic beach at the same time. I have never seen so many celebrities who love this discreet and not at all ostentatious.

We come here to eat with our feet in the water and to enjoy  a family cuisine.

I love having their salmon tartar, sharing a fish, their risotto, pasta bolognese or their burger.

Ps: I heard that the pizzeria upstairs is very good too.

340 Chemin des Salins, 83990 Saint-Tropez

+33 4 94 97 15 66

 

Indie Beach 

Ambiance familiale la journée, ils ont changé de chef et la nourriture y est très bonne et les prix restent corrects par rapport à certaines plages.

Je vous recommande les ceviches, les gambineros, les gambas en tempura avec la sauce épicée, la salade de concombre. Tout est bon!

+33 04 94 79 81 04

 

Le Club 55
We go there for this iconic place, the ambiance but not to eat well unfortunately. We still like their baskets of raw vegetables served with an anchovy sauce.

Best to go in low season to avoid the crowd.

43, Boulevard Patch, 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 94 55 55 55

 

 

La Brigantine
This is the new beach of the Lily of The Valley hotel in La Croix Valmer.

Unique terrace decorated by Philippe Starck on the waterfront of Gigaro beach. The chef Vincent Maillard charms us immediately with his traditional Italian cuisine. 

We fell in love with the fried calamari with aïoli, the yellowtail crudo (vegetables marinated in lemon and mint), and the Albufera chicken fillet (stuffed with truffle), with the Pensato linguine.

Colline Saint Michel, Boulevard Abel Faivre, Quartier de Gigaro, 83420 La Croix-Valmer

+33 4 22 73 22 51

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The best restaurants in New York

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New York,

After several stays, I can finally share with you a proper list of restaurants to do.

Daniel, the two Michelin star restaurant of Daniel Boulud, star chef from Lyon in the United States, offers delicious contemporary cuisine in a beautiful historic setting. Chef Daniel takes care of his guests like a host would his guests and that makes the experience even more exclusive.

Le Pavillon is his new gourmet restaurant that is a must do if you come to New York. It is not yet starred but the atmosphere is casual-chic. A decoration with Brazilian influences that blends perfectly with the New York view and the French cuisine of the chef.

The River Café, a Michelin starred American cuisine to enjoy the view on Brooklyn. Certainly, a tourist restaurant but not at all touristy. The service is really pleasant, the food is very good and there is a pianist who makes this experience unique. You can dine here with friends or as a couple for a very romantic atmosphere.

Gallaghers, a steakhouse very well known on Broadway where the meat is ultra-melting. It’s been a long time since I’ve had such a good Angus filet mignon.

Cipriani Downtown or the one on 5th Avenue are always good alternatives, if like us, you book at the last minute.

Another address I liked if you’re walking in Central Park, you can go for lunch at Marea restaurant which is an upscale Italian seafood restaurant.

And for a nice rooftop (covered of course) with a very nice vegetal decoration and a simple and good food, I recommend you the RH Rooftop. I had a burger and a salad and I was not disappointed.

 

During my second stay, in November 2018, I had loved dining at the Mandarin Oriental restaurant “Asiate” it was absolutely exquisite!

With its Asian decor and panoramic view of Columbus Circle and Central Park, the cuisine was both subtle and reinterpreted by French chef Cyril Renaud. But unfortunately, they haven’t reopened their restaurant since the Covid, so for now you can just go there for a drink or some very simple food.

The excursions to do are not the subject of this article but I highly recommend you to do the Summit, which is the new spot that offers a 360° view at the top of the iconic monument, One Vanderbilt. It’s just sublime! You can also have a drink there to enjoy the view as long as possible.

As far as hotels are concerned, my favorite remains the Baccarat hotel (decorated by architects Gilles and Boissier), I had the chance to stay there in January 2016 and for me it’s the true charm of luxury à la française. Chic, elegant, refined and prestigious!

The great thing about this hotel is that it’s across the street from the MoMa museum, so if you’re in the mood for tea, or even lunch, I recommend going to the Grand Salon at the Baccarat Hotel, the iconic decor is unparalleled in its beauty!

Their spa has a huge pool and the treatments are by La Mer.

 

 

We just did the Peninsula Hotel, it is very well located but the decoration is still really outdated. Nevertheless, the food at the restaurant Clement is very refined. Even a salad or a tuna tataki will delight your taste buds. You can have lunch or dinner there without staying at the hotel.

 

Other restaurants that were recommended to me and are on my list for my next time in New York:

– Gastronomic:

 

– And more casual restaurants:

 

 

 

Baccarat Hotel

28 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, États-Unis

+1 212-790-8800

 

 

 

 

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Oyster Vanderbilt by Daniel Boulud

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The Oyster Vanderbilt with Daniel Boulud in the kitchens of his new restaurant Le Pavillon.

Fan of this signature recipe that is on the menu.

Here are the ingredients:

  • 𝗢𝘆𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗦𝗮𝘂𝗰𝗲:
  • -1 Shallot
  • -30gr Olive Oil
  • -100gr White Wine, reserve 10g raw for mixing later
  • -1 Clove of garlic crushed
  • -2 sprigs of thyme
  • -2 Whole oysters in their shells
  • -50gr Water
  • -20gr Butter
  • -25gr Leeks
  • -35gr Celery stalk
  • -50gr Onion
  • -40gr Bacon
  • -50gr Yukon Gold Potato
  • -40gr Water
  • -35gr Liquid cream
  • -70gr Fresh cream
  • -Salt
  • -Pepper
  • -10gr White wine

 

  • 𝗣𝗮𝗿𝘀𝗹𝗲𝘆 𝗰𝗿𝘂𝘀𝘁:
  • -115gr Butter
  • -50gr Breadcrumbs
  • -20gr Almond flour
  • -1 bunch of parsley
  • -Salt

 

  • 𝗟𝗲𝗲𝗸 𝗳𝗼𝗻𝗱𝘂𝗲:
  • -1 Small Leek
  • -35gr Butter

 

  • 𝗔𝘀𝘀𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗹𝗮𝗴𝗲:
  • -6 St. John’s River Oyster
  • -7 tbsp Hazelnut, roasted and chopped
  • -1 can of coarse salt (to keep oysters flat during cooking)

 

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