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October 02, 2009

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John Whiting

Our recent experience was unreservedly favorable, including the service. Our young waiter was fairly new but entirely competant, enthusiastic and informative about the restaurant's history, but not to excess. http://www.whitings-writings.com/bistro_reviews/pharamond.htm

john talbott

Of course, my post in 2007, right after they reopened after le lifting scared them into straightening up.

John Whiting

Alas, the distinguished owner Sylvain LeBarbier, before he died last year, sold Pharamond to a rival of the Flo group. “First thing they did,” says food historian Carolin Young, “was fire the very good chef and put in more tables to dumb it down…”. Requiescat, but not in pace.

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