You may also like
REVIEW: Favourite, new rendezvous
Walking into Balzac must be similar to what protagonist Gil Pender of Woody Allenâ€™s 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 HonorÃ© de Balzac of La ComÃ©die humaine fame. Enthusiasts of the now shuttered The French Kitchen would be familiar with the name, Executive Chef Jean-C...