Wright wasn’t expecting crowds in a village with fewer than 200 permanent residents. (Wikimedia commons)
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A small cafe run almost singlehandedly by a British chef was named Monday as France's best village bistrot.Wright's unexpected victory – to him at least – came as the British supermarket chain Marks & Spencer was listed as one of the best places for takeaway food in the French capital by the same guide.It returned with a vengeance five years ago and now has 18 outlets mostly selling food in and around the French capital.Having closed the cafe for the winter, Wright plans to open for the February holidays, then reopen properly again from May to October.
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