Restaurant Reviews: L’Art de Vivre at Château l’Hospitalet near Narbonne

Winemaker Gérard Bertrand took over his family’s vineyards in the Languedoc 30 years ago and has worked tirelessly ever since to improve their quality and promote not only his own wines but all those...

Introducing the New Taste of France Website

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Taste of France Magazine’s new website – your one-stop guide to French food and drink. Check out our chefs’ hacks and daily recipes guaranteed to suit ravenous locavores, carnivores...

Exploring the Mushroom Caves of the Loire Valley

Chloe Govan goes foraging 50 metres below ground amid the sinuous limestone caves champignonnières of the Loire Valley In the eyes of most, the Loire Valley is famed for its fairy-tale châteaux and acres of...

Restaurants in Paris: Gaya by Chef Pierre Gagnaire

For many years, La Ferme Saint-Simon was a clubby restaurant with a faux-rustic auberge décor and favoured by politicians, antiques dealers and gallery owners from the neighbourhood, and the occasional celebrity. It had a...

Where to Stay and Eat in Alpes-Maritimes

A selection of the best hotels, restaurants, bars and cafés in the département Related articles: Beyond the Riviera in the Alpes-Maritimes What to See and Do in Alpes-Maritimes Museums and More in the Alpes-Maritimes NICE Hôtel Negresco The Hôtel Negresco,...

Paris Restaurant Reviews: Le Chardenoux by Chef Cyril Lignac

When chef Cyril Lignac acquired one of the loveliest old bistros in Paris several years ago, he freshened it up with an appealing menu of traditional and contemporary dishes. Now he’s completely rebooted it...

Where to Stay and Eat in Lorraine

The best hotels and restaurants for miles around Related articles: En Passant Par La Lorraine The Best Museums in Lorraine What to See and Do in Lorraine HOTEL-RESTAURANTS Château d’Hattonchâtel This authentic 11th-century French castle in Vigneulles-lès-Hattonchâtel promotes itself as...

Exclusive Excerpt: “In the French Kitchen with Kids” by Mardi Michels

It's never too early to teach little ones how to whip up a feast French-style. And with Mardi Michels' easy as pie recipes, kids of all ages will be begging to lend a hand...

Taste the Terroir: Beaufort, a Prince Among Cheeses

Chronically passed up for its pock-marked cousin, the “Prince of Gruyères” is now showing what it’s made of (in more ways than one) at Bourg-Saint-Maurice’s spiffing new Beaufort AOP centre. A veritable Mecca to Savoie’s...

Dining at Kaito at Four Seasons Megève

The recently opened 55-room Four Seasons Megève has brought one of the most charming mountain resort towns in Europe into the 21st century by eschewing the dated trope of Savoyard folklore so common here...