Legendary French chefAlain Ducassereveals his favourite 100 food destinations in downtown New York in this perfect introductory guide, designed for residents as much as tourists, through the eyes of someone very much in the know.
More qualified than most when it comes to making restaurant recommendations, not only is the seasoned global restaurateur and all round culinary heavyweight considered one of the best chefs in the world, Ducasse has also spent enough time in New York to call it home. The result is Alain Ducasse's New York: 100 Gourmet Addresses.
The 'little black book' of top food hangouts details Ducasse's top gourmet destinations without discrimination. Each insert comes with a smattering of photos, description and contact details, complete with a handy pull–out map, making decisions and navigating your stomach around the metropolis that little bit easier and most definitely rewarding.
"From bistros, gelaterias, and bakeries to old-fashioned 'appetizing' delicatessens, greenmarket stands, and five-star restaurants, any culinary location that is special to New York and at the top of its game is included."
The fun and easy going pocket–sized tips are sure to make an attractive travel companion when navigating the city's immense food offering, and after all, who better to take advice from than the 'godfather' of French cuisine, Alain Ducasse himself.
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