And…there is Karma.
However, what Mr. Pride does not know is that I knew of a Japanese investment developer who was looking for a venue to set up a very famous restaurant that served the Imperial family in Japan. If Mr. Pride had dreamt of owning a Michelin starred establishment, this would have been it. Japanese chefs are darling of Michelin that Tokyo boasts far more Michelin restaurants than most other metropolitan cities in the world. I also knew of a popular Japanese patisserie who wished to open a salon in Paris. Even this lesser option would have been much more successful than the current restaurant from Hell. Either of the two options would have brought ‘prestige’ to Mr. Pride. Would I make any recommendations?
As one of the top reviewers of one famous food site, I respect chefs. I give a good review to the restaurants where chefs are treated well because it would lead to a truly good food. The infrastructure of Mr. Pride’s kitchen that is inconsiderate to their neighbors is not kind to the chefs who are forced to work in the kitchen from Hell either. So Mr. Pride missed out on this golden opportunity and as the fate would have it, the developer has recently started building a super stylish venue to house this traditional Japanese institution that has stood the test of time for over hundred years in the quartier not so far from our restaurant from Hell.
I live above a Hell, but this is also the best seat to watch how this will all unfold. Paris is intriguing indeed after all. I nearly was killed off in an electricity accident staged by the restaurant from Hell, but the last few years in Paris has been the most intense period of my life.
To be continued.