Food & Restaurant News

Food & Restaurant News

“A swarm of bees in May is worth a load of hay”- English rhyme Agapé On the street named for the Marquis de Jouffroy-d’Abbans-- at No 51-- the neo-bistro Agapé recalls the Greek word “love”. Owner Laurent...

Taste of Paris, sponsored by Electrolux, returns to the Grand Palais (from 18th to 21st May 2017) with the now familiar pop-up restaurants, workshops, food market and culinary demonstrations. For the 3rd edition, 19 invited...

On November 29th, 2011, Le Camion Qui Fume, France’s first food truck, opened its hatch and voila!-- “le street food” became the chic new way to eat in Paris. The revolutionary gastronomic concept was created by...

Another brilliant idea from Alain Ducasse -- in collaboration with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development -- launched in 2015, when French cuisine was added to the UNESCO List of Intangible...
Marcella restaurant

Le Ritz, Paris - Sunday Brunch With a pianist tinkling the ivories in the bucolic garden setting of The Ritz Paris, it’s the place to be for relaxed Sunday Brunch. Begin with fresh juices or...

Omnivore, the world’s most irreverant and exciting foodie festival, returns to Paris (5 - 7 March 2017), for three days devoted to contemporary cuisine. The scene is set at the Maison de la Mutualité, as...

The bustling rue Bayen, in the heart of the Poncelet street market, is the location for chef/pâtissier Cyril Lignac and partner chef Benoit Couvrand’s fifth bakery/ pâtisserie with state-of-the-art interior by architects Karl and...

Let’s face it, for foodistas and gastronauts, it’s the build up, the speculation and gossip that’s almost as exciting as the awards each time a new guide is published. Paul Bocuse has held *** for...

Thé à la Française at The Ritz Le Salon Proust, at the recently transformed Ritz Paris, is the chic address for tea created by chef patissier François Perret. The elegant booklined space - dedicated to the...

In 2014, the two Michelin starred Jean-François Piège opened an intimate new restaurant in the 7th, on rue Perronet. The vision was to create hearty fare but not in the style of another Parisian bistro or...

Horse-drawn carriage rides, twinkling lights, and a Christmas tree decorated in Baccarat crystal… There’s no place better to celebrate the holiday season than Parisian palace hotels like Le Bristol. But even if you missed...
Roger la Grenouille

Caffè Stern Massmiliano and Raffaele, the Alajmo Brothers-- together with Philippe Starck, architect Dominique Averland and restaurateur David Lanher-- have created an Italian coffee house located in the former Stern engraving workshop (1834) in the...