Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Le Chef Chez Vous??



I love the kind of approach these ads have to sell a brand of chocolates named 'Le Chef Chez Vous'. My French isn't all that great so I won't attempt a translation there! Help, Anyone?

7 comments:

Akira28 said...

It can be:
The chief at home
or
The boss at home

Anonymous said...

It's more like 'The boss is on a visit.'

Anonymous said...

The correct is:
The Chef at home.
Chef, in this case, means a cooker.
This is a common expression of French Cuisine that the brand take by her name.

Anonymous said...

I THINK THE AD IS TRYING TO SAY THAT YOU DON'T NEED A PARTNER OR OPPOSITE SEX WHEN YOU HAVE THIS CHOCOLATE LIKE HOW PEOPLE NORMALLY SAY 'THIS CHOCOLATE TASTE SO GOOD THAT IT'S BETTER THAN SEX'.

Anonymous said...

hello everybody i'm french live in paris and the exact translation is : the chairman is you
bye julie.

SAM75 said...

Sorry.
Julie's mother language is French. Just let me give my opinion : The Boss ( or chef )is at your home.

SAM75 said...

Mon chere amie, Julia. Don't you think " The boss { or chef } at your home " is a better translation