Linda and Michael at Mirazur on September 21, 2017, with Mauro Colagreco, who was rewarded a third Michelin star on January 21, 2019.

This blog describes our meals in interesting restaurants, including some of the best in the world. We do not claim to be “reviewing” a restaurant, but we hope to be stimulating, interesting and helpful to our readers. Many of our regular readers, family and friends among them, just like to read about our meals and enjoy the photos. Others use our blog as a guide in choosing restaurants. Although we do not write about a meal unless it is of general interest, we do not limit our reports to the best and most successful meals.

From mid-March, 2020, we were confined to our apartment in the Upper East Side of New York City. We are next to Central Park and can enjoy our view of it and take walks there. We continue in good health with good appetites and no loss of our senses of taste and smell.  Of course, all the restaurants in the city were closed for on-site dining, but some have delivery options, as do our nearby grocery stores. In early September we were able to return to our house in France, on the Medierranean coast between Nice and Monaco. We were able to go to restaurants for outside dining. Now inside dining has also reopened in France. I am resuming reporting on our meals there. 

During the fourteen years since we started the blog, we have travelled to many places around the world. Now we must concentrate on two areas. You will find recent posts from France and New York listed in a right hand column. You can click on a title to see the full post.

To look back; just below Recent Posts is a dropdown “Cities and Regions” Category list. You can click on any place name and see the first few lines of all the posts from that place. If you are using a mobile device, WordPress should have reformatted the page, but the right hand column may display underneath or you may need to go to full or standard screen mode. I know that smartphones are what many people use now, but you will not get the same enjoyment of our reports as on a larger screen.

We hope you will follow our adventures. Our blog has an RSS feed for those who use a blogreader: https://epicures.wordpress.com/feed/. To receive an email the morning after we post a new report (recommended), just click here. To receive an email from WordPress when we put up a new post, use the subscription form on the lower right.

You can email us at serresvista-epicures@yahoo.com.

Michael & Linda

The Wandering Epicures is one of two successor blogs to CountryEpicure. Before August 2008 posts were filed both by us and by our friends Gary and Varian, the founder of our blogs. (For technical reasons beyond my control their old posts are now shown as having been posted by me, but names are in the text.)