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After stumbling into the coffee world in Melbourne, Hugo Matheu (ex-Lomi in Paris) opened the coolest coffee shop in Toulouse in the Bonnefoy neighborhood. Inside his big industrial space with unfinished walls, you’ll notice a big roasting machine that fills the air with a heavenly scent, fed carefully chosen beans. He unearths the most serious producers from Ethiopia, Brazil, Burundi and El Salvador, who care as much about the flavor of their coffee beans as the ethics of their growing process. What’s more, he grinds his specialty coffees and meticulously measured blends when they are ordered. And, from breakfast to snack time, chef Mai Lan Khuc serves brioche French toast, baba ganoush with tahini, feta, dukkah and a poached egg on toast, cheesecake and cookies, all of which go perfectly with a black coffee or flat white… // Auguste Marie 

The hidden gem: A bag of beans from the Finca Atzumpa in El Salvador (€13 for 250 g). 

The very first Le Fooding Belgium guide!

Le Fooding’s brand-new, unique and totally collector-worthy Belgium guide is a gold mine of hot spots, featuring 400 addresses scattered across Wallonia, Flanders and Brussels. Over the magazine’s 164 pages, you’ll discover a slew of new establishments, like the latest hard cider bar worth checking out, alongside well-established institutions, including a tavern opened 250 years ago, plus seven saucy long-form articles, all of which are illustrated by the crème de la crème of Belgian artists…

2021 Le Fooding guide frontcover

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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