Food & Restaurant News

Food & Restaurant News

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...

It’s no secret that the cool kids of Paris flock to the 11th arrondissement for hip eats. Some of the city’s most talented young chefs are cooking up creative dishes in this eastern corner...

As many of us start to make the move towards a more eco-conscious lifestyle, the Four Seasons Hotel George V has also decided to play its part, developing its very own sustainable Kitchen Garden...

“A walk in Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and the point of life.”-- Thomas Jefferson Le Taillevent Taillevent is named in homage to the first French cookbook, written by Guillame Tirel-- whose nickname was...

The breezes taste of apple peel. The air is full of smells to feel... -- John Updike, September Alain Ducasse launches his electric dream boat About five years ago Alain Ducasse told BP he was creating...

The countdown to the launch of our new French foodie bible, Taste of France, has begun – and it’s set to be the best thing since sliced baguette! Our team of elite gourmands has certainly put...

After a rejuvenating summer vacation in France, it's La Rentrée, "the return" to the classroom and to the office. September also means a flurry of exciting new cultural exhibits, restaurant openings and the like--...

Luxury boutique hotel Pavillon de la Reine has opened its long-awaited, first-ever restaurant, offering guests a new experience at the hotel and visitors the chance to sample some of the finest French food in...