Above: Paris mushrooms served with Thai broth, quinoa, hazelnut and buckwheat, Le Jardin des Plumes

Versailles has recently emerged as a seriously good food town. Beyond being renowned forFrance’s most famous royal palace, it’s also an affluent bedroom community, along the lines of Greenwich, Connecticut. This means that beyond the tourist throngs, well-heeled residents sustain an increasingly inventive and diverse dining scene, which is making the town appealing to aspiring young chefs.

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Above: Paris mushrooms served with Thai broth, quinoa, hazelnut and buckwheat, Le Jardin des Plumes

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