In France, modernists and traditionalists clash over the definition of French cuisine
France has long been a country with a reputation for some of the best food in the world. But in recent years, many critics have argued that French cuisine has lost its way.
Today, there's a new generation of food-lovers hoping to reclaim France's place at the top table. But what do the traditionalists make of it all? Robyn Bresnahan reports.
This segment originally aired on the BBC's Assignment.