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Restaurant Reviews: New Soul Food in Paris

Even during a year of historic disruption, the Paris restaurant scene continues to evolve in intriguing ways. One of the most interesting new trends...

Restaurant Reviews: Le P’tit Canon in Paris

As much as I delight in the creativity and innovation of Parisian chefs, there are times when all I want is a good old-fashioned...

Restaurant Reviews: Le Faham in Paris

Named for a type of orchid native to l’Île de la Réunion, a French territory in the Indian Ocean and the birthplace of chef...

Restaurant Reviews: Origines in Paris

The 8th arrondissement is popular with visitors to Paris because of its boutiques, museums and many hotels, but high rents make it a rarely...

Restaurants: La Musardière in Giverny

Just steps from Monet’s house and gardens in the heart of picturesque Giverny, this hotel-restaurant is ideal for a meal before or after a...

Restaurant Reviews: Racine in Reims

Japanese-born Kazuyuki Tanaka’s serene Zen dining room near the cathedral in the heart of the city is the table not to miss during a...

Restaurant Reviews: Homer in Paris

On a rainy Saturday in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, I ducked into restaurateur Moïse Sfez’s newly opened eatery just a few steps from the Odeon as much...

Hot Potato: The History of Hachis Parmentier

Author and French cookery expert Mardi Michels reveals that the French were rather slow to embrace the humble spud, considering it only good for...

Fête du Citron in Menton, France

Simply the zest. The year the fête is going global, with a 'festivals of the world' theme for their golden parades. Wherever you're headed...

Fête du Piment in Espelette

Ready to spice things up? La Fête du Piment dares chilli-heads to chow down on Espelette's fiery pepper before giving thanks (blistered gobs permitting)...