Calling all food lovers in France! Le Fooding’s 2015 Restaurant Guide has just been released. Founded in 2000 as a new culinary movement, Le Fooding—which takes its name from the contraction of “food” and “feeling”—publishes a guide and hosts international events. (For an interesting background, see Adam Gopnik’s 2010 essay in The New Yorker.)

The guide’s 14th annual edition features 900 restaurants throughout France, plus a map to the 50 best street food operators in Paris, and a guide to food and wine pairings. Of particular note are Le Fooding’s 2015 award-winners…

Best Table: Porte 12 (Paris 10th) and Miles (Bordeaux).

Best bistrot: Café Sillon (Lyon); Clown Bar (Paris 11th) ; Le Saint-Eutrope (Clermont-Ferrand) et Le Servan (Paris 11th).

Fooding d’amour: Percherons (Céret, 66) and Les Déserteurs (Paris 11th).

Best table d’hôte: Villa Marie-Jeanne (Marseille).

Prix Adidas Street Food: Bob’s Bake Shop (Paris 18th).

Best superqualichticathodiquexquismiamdelicious: Bloempot (Lille).

Best gastronaute: David Toutain at Restaurant David Toutain (Paris 7th).

Best oenonaute: Sébastien Pernetti pour Le Canon (Nice).

Best bar à délices: Mandoobar (Paris 8th)

Fooding d’honneur: David Lanher for Racines and Racines 2 (Paris 2nd and 1st), Racines (New York), Vivant Table and Cave (Paris 10th), Paradis (Paris 10th), La Crémerie (Paris 7th), Noglu (Paris 2nd) and Caffè Stern (Paris 2nd).

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