Restaurants reviews

Restaurants reviews

In case you’re unable to jump on a plane destined for Italy, the next best thing is a visit to Eataly Paris Marais. The first Paris outpost of this famed concept created by Oscar...

Could veggie burgers with sweet potato fries become the new steak frites in Paris? In recent years, vegetarian restaurants have been sprouting up all over the French capital. While most farm-to-table restaurants offer vegetarian...

Enter what was once a cork factory dating back to 1845, and you’ll embark on a journey in uncorking a top selection of French wines and in feasting on gourmet cuisine to match. Chef...

This spring, Paris’s Haut Marais neighborhood is looking up. The man responsible for Café La Perle, everyone’s favorite local haunt, has recently set his sights higher, all the way to Au Top. This discreet...

This Parisian institution dating back to 1905 originated as a wine bar specializing in wines from the Pyrénées. It was first brought to life by a Catalan engineer whose claim to fame was inventing...

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...

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...

Travel by train in France is a salt and pepper affair where time in between connections and departures always prompts travelers to grab a bite to eat, or look for an oasis in which...

In the heart of Paris’s historic Marais neighborhood on one of the city’s most charming streets Rue des Rosiers, sits a café inspired by the fairytale Alice in Wonderland. The dormouse from this famed...

It’s no secret that the Champs-Élysées, arguably the most famous avenue in the world, has been taken over by international brands and box stores that aren’t necessarily Parisian (of course there are a few...

Walking through the door of Restaurant Le Petit Baigneur in the 14th arrondissement is a crowded affair. With an old Parisian feel, chairs fumbled around small tables, all closer than close, one has to...

It's no secret that people travel to Paris for the food. From small neighborhood bistros to gastronomic temples of haute cuisine, the restaurant choices are mind-boggling. No wonder so many readers write us for...