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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...

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--...

With several restaurants on rue Saint-Dominique, fans say it will soon be re-named rue Constant! And, as the flagship “Violon d'Ingres” re-opens, following a...

Yannick Alléno, Three Michelin Star chef, is a member of the elite circle of the world’s greatest chefs.  His work on Cuisine Moderne is...

Just three hours from Paris consider putting Villa Baulieu, located at Rognes, Aix en Provence, on your list of 1,000 things do do before...

Helen is located in the former Chez Catherine, no idea why anyone would call a fish place thus but, hang on a minute, maybe...

L' Alcazar restaurant and bar is located in a building that, in the 17th century, housed a real tennis court. In the 18th century...

Since 2008, the Bocuse d'Or Europe has been the global culinary reference, unrivalled for highlighting outstanding talent in young chefs, minimum age 23. It's...

In 1912 master butcher Benôit Martray created bistro Benôit to feed friends and suppliers working in Les Halles, the enormous market, dubbed, by Emile...

Terroir Parisien is located on the left-bank in the newly transformed, listed, Maison de la Mutualité.  It's 3-star Michelin chef Alleno's tribute to the...

Le Metropolitan, place Mexico, welcomes a talented new chef. Le Laumière's signature quenelles are worth schlepping across town for. Michelins' new guide will make...

The reason behind Alain Milliat's good looks is probably his lip-smacking healthy juices! From the family's orchards, all over France, the world, come the...