Food & Restaurant News

Food & Restaurant News

Since February 1st, the fragrant aroma of coffee fills rue Saint Sabin in the Bastille area of Paris. Welcome to the Manufacture de Café by Alain Ducasse. This New York loft style state-of-the-art tasting, roasting,...

"The banquet’s in the first bite. That's a Chinese rule”. --Michael Pollan Piero TT by Pierre Gagnaire At his third Paris address, rue du Bac (formerly Gaya, which is now located at 6, rue Saint Simon),...

At Le Meurice, Paris, five exceptional chefs, five dishes, orchestrated by Alain Ducasse – the perfect way to celebrate French gastronomy “Alain Ducasse has an idea every minute," says an admiring Gilles Pudlowski, author and...

The new year marks an important one for renowned chef Eric Frechon, who celebrates not only his 20th year at Le Bristol Paris, but also 10 years of holding three Michelin stars at the...

"La vie est une fleur dont l’amour est le miel – Life is a flower of which love is the honey." --Victor Hugo (1802-1885) The Ritz Paris François Perret, the tall, dark and handsome Executive Pastry...

Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of Michelin Guides since September 2018, was on the podium of the magnificent Jacques Hermant designed Salle Gaveau, a prestigious concert hall near the Champs Elysées usually dedicated to classical...

Did you ever hear the one about the daughter of a mobster who opened a restaurant in Paris? No? Well, it’s not a joke so much as it is real life. Lucia Riina, daughter of...

New Year’s Resolution: I’m on the "seafood" diet, when I see food I eat it! L’Office Charles Compagnon recently handed over the keys of L’Office to his friend Charles Nikitits, who, after several years at the...

There's a new head honcho at the Michelin Guides. Since September 2018, Gwendal Poullennec replaces the charming Michael Ellis – now Chief Culinary Officer at Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts. The Brittany-born Poullennec joined Michelin in...

A chef must think like a scientist, organize like an accountant, plate up like an artist – and - cook like grandma! Gaya Pierre Gagnaire’s bistrotheque, formerly located on rue du Bac, just moved to rue...

The first Yule log cakes appeared in 1879, and since then no French Christmas table is complete without the iconic Christmas dessert. Here we dive into the best offerings of the season. Want more...

"There’s no sentence more exciting in the English language than 'where shall we go for dinner?' " --AA Gill (1954-2016) Le Train Bleu Have you noticed that top toques have adopted or been adopted by @SNCF...