She liked him, however, upon the whole, much better than she had expected, and in her heart was not sorry that she could like him no more;— not sorry to be driven by the observation of his Epicurism, his selfishness, and his conceit, to rest with complacency on the remembrance of Edward’s generous temper, simple taste, and diffident feelings.
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An epicure in Paris will eventually find her way to this restaurant.
It may be in a city of temples and shrines, but to epicures the centuries-old Nishiki Ichiba market is Kyoto’s most blessed place.
Time Magazine, 2008 -- http://www.time.com/time/specials/2007/article/0,28804,1642444_1726285_1726239,00.html(retrieved 09/16/09)