The French definitely know how to enjoy every single meal, even when it comes to a quick salad. Here are a few that can easily be whipped up at home. …read more

Here is a selection of venues around the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe that are well worth eating at, compared to the chain restaurants that unfortunately line the world-famous avenue. In fact, in the case of some⁠, you may even have one of the best meals of your life if you’re willing to splurge… …read more

Food is in integral part of the Paris experience. Over the past few years the city has seen a surge in a different breed of culinary venue: the food hall. Here are our top picks for food halls in Paris. …read more

When temperatures hit 25°C in Paris, ice cream cones topped with elegant scoops of noisette or framboise suddenly become Parisians’ favorite edible accessory. Besides the famous Berthillon, I asked locals for their favorites. Would any of them measure up to, or exceed, Berthillon? I took upon myself the sticky and very sweet task of finding… …read more

The Marais is one of the most popular places to visit in Paris, and with good reason. From tea salons to stylish contemporary venues, here are some of the best restaurants for lunch in the Marais. …read more

Knowing where to eat in Chinatown isn’t an easy feat. Rows of unassuming and almost-identical storefronts line bustling blocks, and rue de Belleville in the 20th is no exception. But 24 rue de Belleville is home to something special. …read more

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Emily Dilling and Erica Berman sat down with famed chef David Lebovitz inside his (actual) Paris kitchen to get some insider details on the inspirations for his latest cookbook, My Paris Kitchen.We’re also giving away a copy of the book to one lucky reader! For your chance to win, see instructions at the bottom of… …read more

Hidden terms of French endearment appear from the most unlikely places at Ma Cocotte, the restaurant designed by Philippe Starck in the heart of Paris’ enchanting antique and flea markets. It’s this playful spin on words and tongue-in-cheek style humor employed by Starck that make this place unique and injects a brand new mood into… …read more

With seafood and shellfish playing a starring role in so many of the city’s new and popular restaurants, the team behind Septime finally unveil their own take on the trend with their third venture, Clamato. …read more

As an aspiring food writer and someone who puts peanut butter on everything, I often question my relevance in a country of haute gastronomie. But much like Tiffany Iung, I eventually found my niche, retelling traditional culinary tales as an outsider looking in. Tiffany, the brains and bicycle behind Tifamade, Paris’ best sandwich vendor on… …read more

To be honest, eating at Le Galopin was a bit of a leap of faith initially. I had heard positive things, but its location on Place Saint Marthe (a great neighborhood, but far from my usual stomping grounds) and its link to television (the chef-owner is the 2010 Top Chef France winner Romain Tischenko) made me… …read more

Chef Kristin Frederick’s Le Camion Qui Fume was first in line in the recent food truck brigade to hit Paris. And Paris has not had enough. 2-hour waits, sold out services and tv spots, she has blown up into a local food celebrity. So what is next for Paris’ most in-demand Californienne? Frederick’s new cookbook… …read more

Erica Berman Located by Parmentier bobo hipster central and one of my personal favorite up and coming Parisian neighborhoods, Chateaubriand is certainly no new kid on the block. Gandhu & Sarah After following the ups and downs and mixed reviews of Chateabriand for years — the best, most creative food in Paris for some, too… …read more