These tarts are one-of-a-kind creations that you have no choice but to travel across Paris (or an ocean, when you can) to try. …read more

We’ve selected five of the most inviting classic French dessert you can reproduce at home to taste a bit of France, wherever you are. …read more

The five best food apps for discovering restaurants and pastry shops around Paris. Le Fooding, Patricia Wells’ New Food Lover’s Guide to Paris, La Fourchette, BIM, and Paris Pastry with David Lebovitz …read more

Rachel’s is a refreshing new face in the bistronomie movement in Paris – truly high-quality, homemade dishes made with seasonal ingredients that regular people can afford. Whether you’re stopping for lunch after shopping in the Marais or out on a romantic dinner date, you’ll feel comfortable and at home at Rachel’s. …read more

When I quit my corporate job and moved to Paris to pursue my dream of becoming a pastry chef, I wasn’t sure how far down this path I could manage. I completed a 5-month internship at Un Dimanche à Paris, a chic boutique known for its beautiful exhibition kitchen and delicious pastries. Here are some… …read more

Lindsey Tramuta Here at HiP, we’re always up for a good expat adventure tale, particularly one in which desserts play a starring role. In her new book, Paris, My Sweet, food writer (and regular HiP Paris contributor!) Amy Thomas regales us with stories from her two-year stint in Paris, where she wrote advertising copy for… …read more

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Little Miss Cupcake As a New Yorker, I find it equal parts utter insanity and totally logical that as soon as I moved to Paris last year—with visions of millefeuilles, pains au chocolat, artisan chocolates and good old Nutella street crepes dancing through my head—I wound up Velib’ing through the back streets of the eleventh… …read more