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Fun read, for Francophiles and foodies and just those seeking a relaxing, amusing engrossing word journey...one of my recent favoritesPublished 2 days ago by karen m duale
Hassan Haji was born in India and grew up in a family of restaurateurs. His grandfather built the first restaurant, and his parents have carried on the family business. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Rebecca Mugridge
The characters are so diverse with expectations and judgments that often clash. Over time, as events occur, changes and opportunities arise.Published 6 days ago by Nancique
Interesting study of another culture. Much information about the world of gourmet cooking and restaurants. Humor and pathos. A very interesting read.Published 6 days ago by Marcelle H. Borgers
II haven't finished book yey,, however I'm enjoying every word. I've recommended it for my Book Club - Am looking forward to the movie .Published 8 days ago by Lois Kaplow
I think the movie will be better. Some parts felt under developed and others droned on. Good story, writing so, so.Published 8 days ago by Mary K.
Excellent story melding Indian and European views about lifestyles and cooking! I read this book quickly - over a weekend. Looking forward to the movie!Published 9 days ago by Blue Skies
The storyline not bad but I thought the writing average. Some comic OTT bits but it was flat in some parts.Published 18 days ago by Shopper1844
Brilliant story telling ability bringing to life a story of a Muslim Indian breaking into the French world of hate cuisine!
Could not put it Down!