I am a journalist and author, I am now a professional cook. I am living my passion for French cuisine, tasty and friendly. My living place is warm and ideally located at the gate of Montmartre with a rooftop, offering a live view of the Sacré Coeur. Specialist in French fries, time for lunch, brunch, drink, or dinner ... I will share my passion through my table and my cuisine, French tradition (or Parisian) that I sometimes revisits according to my mood and the season. Whether you come from Paris, France or the end of the world, You are welcome at my table! // Journaliste et auteure, je suis aujourd'hui cuisinière professionnelle. Je vis dorénavant de ma passion pour la cuisine française, goûteuse et conviviale. Mon lieu de vie est chaleureux et idéalement situé aux portes de Montmartre avec un "roof top" offrant une imprenable sur le Sacré Coeur. Spécialiste des frites françaises, le temps d'un déjeuner, d'un brunch, drink, ou d'un dîner... Je partage avec vous ma passion à travers ma table et ma cuisine simple, traditionnellement française (voire parisienne) que je revisite selon mes humeurs et la saison. Que vous veniez de Paris, de France ou du bout du monde ... Vous êtes les bienvenus à ma table !
I'm in my forties
Auteur et consultante polyvalente dans le domaine de la cuisine.
Je suis une dingue de frites (dont je suis une des seules spécialistes en France), du traditionnel jambon-beurre (que je revisite à l'infini), le rôti de veau de mon enfance, de la mousse au chocolat...
What to expect at Anne's place
I've been very hesitant to write a critical review, but this may help future diners avoid our experience. When we booked "Christmas Dinner in a Parisian Home" for 12-29, we were excited about the intimate atmosphere, as there was a max of 4 people allowed for this (and similar) booking. Unfortunately, when we arrived, there were 5 additional diners from AirBnB dining experiences. If we'd have known we'd be dealing with a crowded table of 9, we'd have never booked this event. The food was good, not great, and unfortunately, the menu posted on the site was also different than the food that was served. I certainly understand the desire to serve the freshest and seasonal ingredients, but this doesn't appear to have been the conflict. We had really been looking forward to the promised chocolate soufflé dessert, but it was changed to an unpleasant dairy product of some sort that didn't resemble any dessert I've ever eaten. The company was good, and the food was good, but we expected a more intimate, less crowded experience and probably wouldn't have booked knowing how the evening would progress.