Modern Living: What Fielding Missed

ONE of the Guide's main attractions is the dining recommendations. Fielding fails to mention many good European restaurants —usually for a reason. Perhaps the waiters do not speak English, or the maitre is invariably rude to Americans. Sometimes Fielding leaves one out simply because it is too good and already has all the business it can handle. Why spoil it for himself with a flood of U.S. tourists? Occasionally, Fielding just trips up. To fill gaps in the 1969 Guide, TIME asked its correspondents in London, Paris, Rome and Madrid to describe some...

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