Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde Bourge
Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde is the senior editor for FineDiningLovers in France. After having studied foreign languages in England and Spain, she came back to France to get her master’s degree in journalism, with the aim to become a food journalist. Passionate about gastronomy, she also get her professional qualification in cuisine in Paris. Since then, she worked for many french magazines like Vital Food, My Cuisine, but also did recipe videos for Marmiton. In 2017, she published her first cookcook, “Gastronogeek : 37 recettes de séries cultes” with Hachette Editions. Since 2015, Mathilde travels all around France to find the best chefs, producers and restaurants for FineDiningLovers.

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Alain Ducasse
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Alain Ducasse to Open Casual, Vegetable-Led Restaurant 'Sapid'
The multi-Michelin-starred French chef's next move is affordable plant-based food at new Parisian restaurant, Sapid. Here's what we know so far.
Caviar
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Meet France's 'No Kill' Caviar Producer
Château Castillonne is a caviar producer performing cold anaesthesia on sturgeon fish to harvest their eggs and help them live longer instead of ending their lives when harvesting their eggs. Find out more.
Jean Imbert
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Jean Imbert Succeeds Alain Ducasse at Plaza Athénée
It is now official: Jean Imbert will take over from Alain Ducasse as the head of Plaza Athénée's kitchens in Paris.
Alain Ducasse
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Alain Ducasse Leaves Plaza Athénée After 21 Years
It's the end of an era as Alain Ducasse, the renowned French chef, reveals his departure from his three-Michelin-starred flagship restaurant in Paris.
Thierry Marx
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Cosmic Cuisine: Chef Thierry Marx Sends his Dishes into Space
Michelin-starred French chef Thierry Marx has come up with a menu fit for the stars - his dishes will travel with astronaut Thomas Pesquet on a SpaceX mission to the International Space Station. Find out more.
Yannick Alléno
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All Change: Yannick Alléno Won't Reopen for Business as Usual
The multi-Michelin-starred French chef says everything will change for the better for both his staff and customers when his restaurants re-open. Find out what and why.
Anne-Sophie Pic
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Anne-Sophie Pic: "Talent is a Form of Risk-Taking"
The three-Michelin-starred French chef and S.Pellegrino Young Chef Academy mentor shares her culinary thoughts and philosophy ahead of the competition in October 2021.
courtesy La Maison des Têtes
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A Look at France's First Experimental 'Covid Free' Restaurant
UV tunnels, rapid testing and individual work stations in the kitchen are just a few of the precautionary measures being tested at Michelin-starred La Maison des Têtes in Alsace. Take a look inside.
Chef Christopher Coutanceau
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"A Fish Without Fat is Like a Tomato Without Sugar": Christopher Coutanceau on Seasonal Fish
Three-Michelin-starred chef Christopher Coutanceau explains why eating fish out of season sacrifices sustainability as well as flavour on the plate, and why pouting is a most underrated fish.
Claire Vallée_ONA restaurant
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Meet Claire Vallée of ONA: France's First Vegan Michelin Star
ONA in Arès, France, has become the first all-vegan restaurant in France to be awarded a Michelin star. Here Claire Vallée talks about her journey from archaeologist to successful chef.
Banana Bread
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10 Most Searched Foods on Google
What were we cooking most in 2020? Google has revealed the ten most popularly searched foods. Can you guess what they are?
Michelin Guide France 2021
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The Michelin Guide France 2021: New Three-Star Announced
The new guide boasts a new three-star restaurant, two new two-star restaurants and 54 new one-star restaurants, plus a host of other awards. Find out all the news.