Restaurant Reviews: La Poule au Pot in Paris

In 1935, when La Poule au Pot opened in a side street near Les Halles, the French capital’s main food market, a vast, heaving complex of glass-and-cast-iron pavilions, was just down the street (it...

Brilliant Bistrots Revisited

Chez Georges and the Bistrot Paul Bert prove that the traditional Paris bistrot is still alive and well.

Juan-les-Pins: Viva Llorca

Locally caught seafood has pride of place on brilliant chef Alain Llorca's menu.

Le Malthazar

The remarkable transformation of Marseille into a serious gastronomic destination.

Reviewed: Les Poulettes Batignolles in Paris

A friendly, reasonably-priced restaurant in the Batignolles district.

L’Agapé Substance

As rents have soared, it’s become more difficult to find a really good meal in Saint Germain des Prés—restaurant margins just don’t generate enough profit to pay for a prime spot in this now...

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...

Café des Abattoirs: New in the Paris City Center

Even in a city which is as gastronomically distinguished as Paris, there are times when all you want is a good, solid and simple feed at a reasonable price in pleasant surroundings. This is...

Meert Pâtisserie

In a city where competition is stiff, the Meert boutique easily qualifies as the most beautiful confiserie-pâtisserie in Paris. Nestled at the corner of a charming street in the Marais, this is the first...

Lyon: Restaurant Têtedoie

Chef Christian Têtedoie, a Meilleur Ouvrier de France, has opened his coolly glamorous new Restaurant Têtedoie, perched on a hillside with wonderful views over Lyon, and the always food-savvy Lyonnais have met the new...