Where to Eat and Stay in Champagne & Ardenne

A selection of quality hotels and restaurants plus some atmospheric hidden gems Related articles: The Road Less Travelled in Champagne & Ardenne 12 Must-See Sites in Champagne & Ardenne TOWN CENTRE HOTELS La Maison de Rhodes, Troyes Five-star hotel...

Paris Restaurants: Bistrot Benoit Au Louvre

The newest branch of Benoit – the venerable 1912 bistro on the rue Saint-Martin on the eastern edge of the Marais that was once one of my favourite restaurants – is good news in...

Alsace Restaurant Reviews: Le Chambard in Kaysersberg

There are few places in the world that make for a better late summer/early autumn holiday than Alsace, since the window boxes of geraniums in its immaculate villages are a riot of colourful blossoms...

Restaurants in Paris: Baieta by Chef Julia Sedefdjian on the Left Bank

In Paris, the restaurant everyone is talking about is Baieta, chef Julia Sedefdjian’s new table in the Latin Quarter. What’s made this charming place such a hit since it opened several months ago is...

Favorite Restaurants and Hotels in Alsace

The best restaurants and hotels in the region, plus some hidden secrets only the locals know about Related articles: Great Wine Destinations: Alsace 12 Iconic Wine Estates to Visit in Alsace Things to See and Do in...

Restaurant Reviews: La Liégeoise at the Hotel Atlantic in Wimereux

Since Emmanuel Macron, a native of Amiens who summers in Le Touquet, became president of France, the North is suddenly getting a second look from the rest of France, where an outdated but enduring...

We’re Launching Taste of France Magazine

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...

Where to Stay and Eat in Gironde

The region’s best restaurants and hotels, including some more unusual spots from fairy tale castles to tree cabins... Related articles: Raise a Glass to Gironde 12 Châteaux You Must Visit in Bordeaux Wine Country Things to See...

Fine Dining in Paris: L’Écrin at the Hôtel de Crillon

Chef Christopher Hache, 36, had a major gastronomic challenge in front of him when he returned from a two-year sabbatical and relaunched the restaurant at the iconic Hôtel de Crillon in the 8th arrondissement...

Paris Restaurant Reviews: Hugo & Co in the 5th

Ever since affordable rents have made the 11th the most popular arrondissement for young Parisian chefs opening their own restaurants, the scene in the Latin Quarter of the 5th arrondissement – traditionally one of...