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A little piece of Paris
Peeking through the white lace curtains that line the windows of Balzac Brasserie, you will find the quaintest French bistro. Beautifully furnished with rustic dark teak furniture and mosaic tiled flooring, Balzac recaptures the ambiance and character of traditional Parisian cafĂ©s.
REVIEW: Favourite, new rendezvous
Walking into balzac must be similar to what protagonist gil pender of woody allenâs midnight in paris felt he stumbled into, while wandering alone in the streets of paris after the clock struck twelve â a delicious, undiscovered side of the city from a better era. Housed in the extended dining gallery of the newly renovated hotel rendezvous, balzac brasserie is aptly and poetically named after 19th century french novelist and playwright honorĂ© de balzac of la comĂ©die humaine fame. Enthusiasts of the now shuttered the french kitchen would be familiar with the name, executive chef jean-cha...