The Hundred-Foot Journey - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Richard C Morais
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Madame Mallory made reservations for two at Maison Mumbai. While Hassan worried over the menu, the younger kids teased him about being a “girl” because he was cooking. Mallory was making sure that everything was perfect on her menu as well. Nothing went into the dining room without her approval. She also kept track of each table and the stage of preparation for each meal. Mallory untied her apron and found the gourmet banker Le Comte de Nancy Seliere in the dining room. She described the fare for that evening to him. She left him allowing him to decide what he would order. She found LeBlanc and suggested that they “get this over with.”

Maison Mumbai was half-filled when Mallory and LeBlanc arrived. Abbas greeted them at the door burying any anger or resentment he had for Mallory. Abbas was his usual loud self...

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