It happened last week to a tiny cafe in France.
I went along to “La Grande Bouffe,” a dinner at London French restaurant Sardine that draws inspiration from the gluttonous 1973 film of the same name.
Chef Tatiana Levha and sister Katia (front-of-house) run Le Servan, a casual Paris eatery injecting Asian flavours into traditional French dishes. “It’s pretty natural, it’s what we like to eat,” explains Katia.
London boozer-cum-restaurant The Marksman recently hosted a dinner with iconic St. John founder Fergus Henderson, using his favourite French cookbook—Ma Gastronomie—as inspiration.