The two-bit criminals picked a store where 11 of France's most elite police were dining.
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Demanding "a coffee" can cost five times more than saying, "Hello, a coffee please."
And the country’s gastronomes are worried.
A new law, intended to curb food waste, requires restaurants to provide them.
Leftover Beaufort produces enough electricity to power a small village for a year.
It will scrub pork from the menu of a smaller chain that it just bought.
"... the first and the only restaurant ranking based on transparent, objective and verifiable criteria."
One location in France had a drive-through marijuana business.
A major restaurant union in Paris says bistros will close as a result.
It's hard for the food to be "very overrated" when it wasn't even being served yet.
The French ecology minister is urging people to stop eating the hazelnut spread.
Owners could face prison time if they don't donate unsold items to charity.
The company may have gone overboard trying to keep messages polite.
Too much "mockery or disobliging remarks" is at stake.
He exclusively posts food porn.
More than 1,700 people have signed it.
As many as a third of restaurants buy into the factory-frozen trend.
Consumption is on the all-around decline, and bread experts fear the worst.
Part of the Cut's "Paris in 30 Days."
They're no longer allowed to badmouth other companies, too.