Le Taxi Jaune

A snug little bistro in the northern Marais that remains one of the most reliable good-deal dining favorites in town.

Bananas in Raspberry Cream

Serves 8 8 ripe bananas3 Tablespoons (40 g) fresh lemon juice1-1/2 cup (350 ml) raspberry sauce2 cups (475 ml) heavy cream, chilled1 Tablespoon (14 g) confectioners' sugar1 Tablespoon (14 g) pure vanilla extract3 Tablespoons (40...

Regal Secret

Few aperitifs can claim as romantic a back story as Secret de Famille.

Les Fines Gueules

A boon for food and wine lovers on a limited budget

Obernai: Le Bistro des Saveurs

Superb contemporary Alsatian cooking in a rustic dining room

Le Winch

The menu features a reasonably priced, imaginatively prepared catch of the day.

La Vache Acrobate

A reasonably-priced, very simple and very good neighborhood bistrot

Le Mini Palais

A restaurant behind the majestic colonnade on the eastern flank of the Grand Palais

Wine: Mas de Daumas Gassac

Whether Cabernet, Syrah, Merlot or Chardonnay, most French wines you have likely enjoyed are identified with one grape and come from an officially recognized region known as an appellation. But one of the best French wines, especially suitable for rich holiday feasts, is a humble vin de pays-containing over 10 grape varieties.

Wine of the Month

You may already know that many wines produced in different parts of the world are made from French grapes. Two of the most common, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, trace their origins and still stake their claim to fame from the great French wine region of Burgundy.