Mail on Sunday `...the most enjoyable book about food I've read since Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential'
The Daily Telegraph `Michael Booth's entertaining romp through Parisian kitchen life'
Time Out '...as sharp as a Michelin chef's collection of knives... A flavoursome offering.'
Bookseller `hysterically funny account of an English cook's experiences at the Cordon Bleu in Paris...Bill Bryson for gastronerds...I loved it'
Metro `fast-paced, laugh-a-page...[with] more tips than a library of Gordon Ramsay books'
The London Paper 'Hilarious account of a Brit chef's time at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.'
The Good Book Guide 'Mouth-watering and hilarious'
An amateur English cook moves to Paris and enrols at France's - and the world's - most famous cookery school - with hilarious consequences.