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French Food and Restaurants

Chefs at French restaurants spend many years in culinary school with plenty of on-the-job training and internships to enhance their skills. They must work their way up in the restaurant business from kitchen help to sous chefs to head chefs. They also need a taste for traditional food and to be able to cook authentic cuisine under pressure, such as ratatouille, escargots, bouillabaisse, quiche, and foie gras.

Many French restaurants and cafés feature web sites showcasing their lunch and dinner menus, price lists, and reservation information. Sometimes customers can even make a reservation on the website or call directly for delivery and carry-out information. If you have an allergy or are lactose intolerant, these menus should contain allergy and ingredient information on all dishes and meals, from appetizers to main courses to dessert items.

Websites may also contain dinner reviews, photos, affiliations, and even sample dinner recipes you can try at home for terrine and fondue. Customers can also get directions to the restaurant and business hours on the website. Some French bistros may serve breakfast in addition to lunch, featuring warm home-baked pastry, muffins, cookies, and croissants for the early morning crowd. Many French restaurants offer catering services in addition to traditional dining, for those looking to host a large party.

Other professionals at French restaurants and cafés include wait staff, receptionists and greeters, and managers. They all work together to create an unforgettable experience for the guest, with fine wines and traditional menu items like crepes. Receptionists greet customers as they walk in the door, hand them a menu, and send them to their table with their waiter. Waiters and waitresses take it from there, providing them with plenty of drinks, food, and assistance throughout their stay.

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If you have found multiple French restaurants that you would like to try, you can call them in advance to get an idea on how much the prices on their menu are. You may also be able to find out how much the average price per person is. Custom menus are often full of authentic and traditional recipes that you may only be able to find at that certain restaurant. However, fine dining will always have excellent cuisine and a romantic atmosphere. If you are looking for a bistro or café, most of the time the French restaurant will have that included in its name, while fine dining may have fancier names. When selecting a French food restaurant, you may want to call in advance to see if they serve breakfast or dinner. The internet is a great tool for finding French restaurants in your area. Reviews from city guides will give you a peak at which dish you should definitely order from the menu. Some authentic French cuisine will be famous in the area. Of course, this will often mean it will be more expensive. Not all upscale French restaurants will offer certain services. Diners may offer delivery and catering, while others will prefer you to actually attend their restaurant for the full French experience. For the perfect romantic meal, choosing the best wine to go with your dish is important. If you want a truly traditional French experience, you will have to order the right wine to accentuate the taste of your dish. Upscale French food will always have a variety of wines to choose from.