Myriam's decision to open a restaurant in her Paris flat is characteristically unexpected and transforms her life in a curious way. For six years, Myriam has been living in self-imposed exile, cut off from her cool, reserved husband and from her son, and the opening night of Chez Moi is typically desolate. But little by little, Myriam's mouth-watering dishes draw people in, first the florist from across the road, followed by the school children tempted by a four-euro lunch, and then Ben, the most unflappable and devoted of ...

Chez Moi 2009, Portobello Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781846271021

2nd edition


Chez Moi 2008, Penguin Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780143113232

Trade paperback

Chez Moi 2008, Portobello Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781846271014