Hotel Le Bristol Paris Collects Four Michelin Stars

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The stars are aligning at Hotel Le Bristol Paris…or should we say, the Michelin Stars. We hear that Le 114 Faubourg, the luxury brasserie at the hotel, has been awarded one star in the 2013 Michelin Guide. Following a third Michelin star awarded to Le Bristol's Epicure restaurant in 2009, the hotel is now in possession of four coveted stars.

The achievement is attributed to Chef Eric Desbordes, mentored by Le Bristol's Chef des Cuisines Eric Frechon and Pastry Chef Laurent Jeannin. 

Tip: When in Paris be sure to stop by to taste signature dishes such as the hard-boiled egg and king crab; ginger and lemon mayonnaise; the peppered artichoke soup with fry-pan foie gras; truffle emulsion; duck pate; vinegar-flavored vegetables; and the legendary Parisian cheeseburger with pickles and french fries.

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