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  1. Oct 5, 2013
    8
    Haute Cuisine is a charming, excellently paced, and well written film. Foodies and especially those who admire French cuisine will get a great deal out of this film. But even those not particularly atuned to fine French cooking will enjoy this film about a female chef hired by the French President for his private kitchen, and her adventures with the male cooks and chefs of the mainHaute Cuisine is a charming, excellently paced, and well written film. Foodies and especially those who admire French cuisine will get a great deal out of this film. But even those not particularly atuned to fine French cooking will enjoy this film about a female chef hired by the French President for his private kitchen, and her adventures with the male cooks and chefs of the main kitchen. But this is handled in a very sophisticated manner, without temper tantrums and underhanded activities between the parties. Expand
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

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  1. Positive: 9 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. Reviewed by: Steven Rea
    Oct 3, 2013
    75
    An epicurean dream where the dishes conjured up by the characters are as essential to the experience as the characters themselves.
  2. Reviewed by: Stephanie Merry
    Sep 27, 2013
    63
    Haute Cuisine provides no huge revelations or profound messages, but it is sweetly and consistently engaging — a tasty treat that’s not entirely filling but perfectly enjoyable all the same.
  3. Reviewed by: Walter Addiego
    Sep 26, 2013
    50
    A bonbon, not of a full-course meal. Foodies will smack their lips over many delectable shots of victuals prepared by the film's engaging protagonist, a provincial woman chosen to cook for the president of France. As a story, though, it's insubstantial - there's conflict here, but it feels perfunctory.