Where to Stay and Eat on the Channel Coast

Planning a trip to the Channel Coast after the pandemic? Here's our selection of the best accommodation and dining in the area Related articles: Time to Tune into the Channel What to See and Do on...
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Planning for Paris: What’s New in the French Capital

Despite the events of the past year, the City of Light has not stood still during this time. In  fact, conversely, there have been some fairly major changes – and we think you’re going...

Parisian Walkways: Rue Oberkampf in the 11th Arrondissement

Considered a case study for gentrification, this gourmet street in Paris’s 11th arrondissement is putting customers at the top of the menu. Jeffrey T Iverson samples the atmosphere... Oberkampf is just the name of another...

Where to Stay and Eat in the Cévennes

Need to recharge your batteries in beautiful natural surroundings? The craggy wilderness of the Cévennes national park is just the ticket. Here's our pick of restaurants and accommodations. Related articles: Into the Wild: Travels in the...

Restaurant Reviews: Mosuke in Paris

The name of this almost all-white, soothingly Zen restaurant in a two-storey building in a residential neighbourhood in Montparnasse teases the reasons that it’s one of the most interesting new tables to have opened...

Restaurant Reviews: Benoit in New York City

On a cold rainy afternoon in New York City this winter, I suddenly had a craving for the food of my adopted country, France. So I booked at Benoit, and told the friend I...
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Carrefours of France in San Francisco: Clement Street and Arguello Blvd

Sometimes the carrefours of France in San Francisco are a surprise. Hidden, subtle, with no historical French hints, but there is an esprit if one looks for the clues. The corner of Clement Street and...

Restaurant Reviews: Tamara in Paris

Conveniently located in the heart of the city, just off the bottom of the Avenue de L’Opéra and not far from the Louvre, this new shop-front restaurant has a modish and rather chilly décor...

Restaurant Reviews: Maison Aribert in Uriage-les-Bains

Last autumn, on the weekend just before France went into lockdown again, we made the presciently good decision to go away for a couple of days and headed to the spa town of Uriage-les-Bains...

Where to Stay and Eat in Vaucluse

Our selection of the best accommodation and dining in the département Related articles: Vaucluse, The Beating Heart of Provence What to See and Do in Vaucluse 12 Villages to Visit in Vaucluse TO STAY & EAT AVIGNON La Mirande This historic...