It’s possible that Daniel Rose won Le Figaroscope’s “best improbable success” award because perhaps nobody could have imagined a 30-year-old American opening a tiny restaurant in a not-so-chic area of Paris —an extremely simple, 16-seat restaurant with a no-options menu, no less— and becoming an overnight success with critics. Spring, whose name evokes fresh produce, blithe movement and youth, hit the City of Lights like a ...
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