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In "J'Aime London," published this week by Hardie Grant Books, Alain Ducasse lists restaurants, pubs and cafes to visit in the city that's home to his three-Michelin-star establishment.That's Rivea London, scheduled to open this year at the Bulgari Hotel. Inspired by the years Ducasse, 57, spent visiting markets in Italy and Provence, Rivea will serve French and Italian cuisine in an informal setting. Ducasse is one of the biggest names in gastronomy and the level of his success is intimidating.Ducasse operates restaurants in nine countries, including branches of Benoit brasserie in Paris, New York and Tokyo. How about bringing Benoit to London? So what is the attraction of London for Ducasse?Arguably, this is the city's most fashionable restaurant of the moment.
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