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June 25, 1990 | ROBERT BIGONNET, OWNER OF LE CHARDONNAY and
Being asked to answer a bad critic is like being shot point blank by someone who then asks you if you want a surgeon to remove the bullet he just put into your guts. The damage is done. Certainly quite a few readers who have not tried our place, will never do so after Ruth Reichl's June 10 review. But out of respect and gratitude for our supportive patrons we accept the "surgery." What restaurant can be pretentious enough to think it can satisfy everyone all the time?
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June 25, 1990 | ROBERT BIGONNET, OWNER OF LE CHARDONNAY and
Being asked to answer a bad critic is like being shot point blank by someone who then asks you if you want a surgeon to remove the bullet he just put into your guts. The damage is done. Certainly quite a few readers who have not tried our place, will never do so after Ruth Reichl's June 10 review. But out of respect and gratitude for our supportive patrons we accept the "surgery." What restaurant can be pretentious enough to think it can satisfy everyone all the time?
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November 5, 1987 | PAMELA MARIN, For The Times and
Maurice Staehle's wife says when friends phone, they often say such things as, "We were thinking of stopping by for a glass of wine." Or, "Could we come over and play cards?" The translation, according to Joan Staehle: What's for dinner? Maurice Staehle is a fourth-generation French chef.
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