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Le Fooding guide 2010 award ceremony

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A few animated souvenirs to help you plunge back into Le Fooding Guide’s 2010 award ceremony on the evening of December 7th, 2009, at the Molitor pool.

A night of partying without swim caps in honor of Yam’Tcha (Adeline Grattard, Fooding Award for the best female chef), Vigne En Foule (Fooding Award for the best wine bistro), Caffè dei Cioppi (Fooding Crush Award), Le 7e Continent Rixheim (Fooding Award for the best unidentified valiant object), Le Derrière (Fooding Award for the best décor), Chez Pham (Fooding Award for the best little luxury), Frenchie (Grégory Marchand, Fooding Award for the best male chef), Le Gibolin (Fooding Award for the best cave à manger), & Ze Kitchen Galerie (William Ledeuil, Fooding special honors Award).

Music credits: Pacovolume – « Cookiemachine »

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Le Fooding is a print and digital guide to all the restaurants, chefs, bars, stylish hotels and B&Bs that make up the “taste of the times,” plus an annual awards list for new establishments across France, a series of gastronomic events, a tool that allow you to make reservations at some fantastic bistros, and an agency specialized in event planning, content production and consulting… In short, something to keep you on your toes at all times!

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