Saturday, September 5, 2015

How many bells for the new Le Bec Fin?

LaBan returns to the new incarnation.

How many bells for the new Le Bec Fin?

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Le Bec Fin´s Nicolas Fanucci (left), Walter Abrams and Jennifer Smith at Feastival 2012.  MICHAEL KLEIN / Philly.com
Le Bec Fin's Nicolas Fanucci (left), Walter Abrams and Jennifer Smith at Feastival 2012. MICHAEL KLEIN / Philly.com

Inquirer restaurant critic Craig LaBan returns to Le Bec Fin to see life under new owners Nicolas Fanucci and chef Walter Abrams. Review runs Sunday, Sept. 23 in the Arts & Entertainment section.

Earlier this year, LaBan dropped LBF - under outgoing owner Georges Perrier - from four bells to two.

What do you think he'll find?

Paper comes up midmorning Saturday at convenience stores, and the review will pop online at philly.com/food at noon Saturday.

The Inquirer's Craig LaBan went back to see life in the post-Georges era. How did he like it?
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