Giles is in the unusual position in Québec, Québec, without Julia, the two who are still in telephone contact as they rely largely on the advice of a local food blogger. Giles is hoping that the local food scene is not just French food wannabe, and poutine, which he nonetheless has to eat before he leaves. He does learn that the local food scene is largely French fusion, which is reflected in the five restaurants chosen. The first restaurant he visits is Hosaka-Ya, a ramen noodle house, family owned and operated based on "mom"'s recipes. Although Giles does try the phallically shaped king clam aka geoduck there for the first time in his life, he will probably base his decision on whether to give them his million dollar review on the strength or weakness of the soup stock, the hallmark of any ramen place. The second restaurant is L'Affaire est Ketchup, a hipster joint, whose owners have no defined concept for the establishment, wanting the food and atmosphere to speak for themselves. ...
Did You Know?
Chefs should never be drunker than I am. That's just showing off.
References Fight Club