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There may be one or two other places left to sample the all but vanished pleasures of classic French cooking in New York City, but this legendary flower-filled townhouse off the corner of Fifth Avenue and 52nd Street is undoubtedly the best. My mother is an expert on the house Dover sole, which she insists is better than ever. The great, top-hat-size soufflés—the first one made with a chewy mix of Swiss, Emmentaler, and Gruyère, the second with a decedent wisp of Grand Marnier—stand as monuments to a lost culinary age.
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