Restaurants reviews

Restaurants reviews

BP take: When it comes to food in Paris, we’re spoiled for choice. Whether you’re looking for hearty bistro fare or haute cuisine, the City of Light has it all. And we’re not just...

Every day in Paris can be a culinary adventure—even after living and working in this city for 18 years, I find new experiences around every corner. I recently celebrated my 63rd birthday here in...

“April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom, holiday tables under the trees.” E.Y.HARBURG Four Seasons George V - Cour Aux Etoiles For the first time, the hotel's magnificent marble courtyard -- punctuated with floral creations by George V’s...

The Michelin Bib Gourmand salutes French gastronomy at affordable prices The powers that be at Bibendum serve up an amuse-bouche before February 9th and publication of the highly anticipated (or not) official guide 2017. Since...

Urfa Durum Halfway down the hip Rue de Faubourg Saint-Denis, crammed between a wine merchant and a boulangerie in an arm-span gap is Urfa Durum, a Kurdish restaurant that has only two options on its...
Chez La Vieille

The latest food buzz in Paris is the reopening of an iconic city-center bistro under the auspices of American chef Daniel Rose. Situated in the Les Halles quarter in central Paris, Chez La Vielle is across...

BP take: This bistrot was a lovely recent discovery, when meeting an old childhood friend who now works near Le Bon Marché. Anicia is located less than a 10-minute walk from the Sèvres-Babylone metro...

BP take: The rue Daguerre in the 14th arrondissement has always been known as a market street, brimming with neighborhood cafés and food shops on a semi-pedestrianized thoroughfare. In the last year or so, it’s also...
cassoulet at L'Assiette

BP take: Simply put, this is one of our favorite bistrots in Paris. The 14th arrondissement still retains the air of "the Paris of Parisians"-- an authentic neighborhood of living, working urbanites who enjoy...

Le Taillevent-- created in 1946 by André Vrinat and subsequently directed by his son Jean-Claude (who went to the great restaurant in the sky in 2008)-- is located on a quiet street near the Arc...

Recently opened, Juvia (meaning "full of joy") replaces the Bar 105 with cool colonial style decor by Bettina Irlandini. In the kitchen is Guillaume Delage-- who you may remember from his time with Michelin-starred chefs...
"Miel de Corse" dessert

BP take: It was a dark and stormy night when we arrived at 10 Avenue d'Iéna. Umbrellas were pointless against the relentless rain- falling in sheets as the wind lashed the Paris streets. What...