[BEST OF OC] El FrancNs (the Frenchman): Pascal Olhats

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 8, 2009
Ask any OC restaurateur or foodie to name the countyNs most iconic French chef, and theyNll likely say, “Pascal Olhats.” Olhats is the closest thing in OC to a benevolent French-food emperor. If youNve eaten the cuisine within the OC border in the...
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