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Subject: Re: l'Arpege, Paris Date: 2/27/2002 7:41 PM
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Greetings, I can't believe I found this board! My life is now complete :-).

I must ask - how far in advance did you reserve your lunch at l'Arpege? Have you eaten at any of the other Michelin-favored dining spots? Perhaps you have already answered these questions further on but I had to stop immediately to ask. No imminent plans to visit Paris but I want to be ready when I do.

I am a foodie who actually hates to cook (we do exist) but has been fortunate enough to have had access to Chicago for many years (one of the nation's premier dining cities) and am now living in Tucson and am exploring in minute detail the available offerings here. I would be glad to give anyone a report of selected restaurants. My opinion is frank - there is a writer for the alternative paper whose opinion is also frank (thankfully, no blanket or undeserved praise) but who has not seemed to focus on critical appraisal of the more high-aiming restaurants. So our published reviewer has fallen into the habit of skewering the local low-ends without properly surveying the high-ends. That's where I am willing to make a contribution to the evaluation of the Tucson scene, if asked.

But do tell me about the lead time necessary to have lunch at l'Arpege and I will factor it into my eventual plans. Thanks!

xraymd
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