5 Romantic Restaurants in Paris for the Best Date of Your Life

The ornate gold interior of Le Train Bleu, one of the most romantic restaurants in Paris.

Paris is not only known as the City of Light, but also, of course, the City of Love.  With many visitors heading here for a romantic weekend for two, we’ve round up our choices for the most romantic restaurants in Paris for an unforgettable date night.  Photo Credit: Le Restaurant at L’Hotel, Text Overlay: Devour […]

5 Culturally Curious Facts About French Baguettes

Not sure how to identify a good baguette? The best baguettes in Paris are artisanal, homemade, and don't come from a factory. These perfectly golden loaves look authentic to us!

This article first appeared on the Everyday Food Blog. Name the most iconic foods of France, and you’ll definitely mention the baguette. It’s one of the most instantly recognizable foods around the world, and one of the best parts of any trip to Paris. They’re also so dangerously tasty that common advice is to buy […]

The Best Dinner in Paris Is Waiting for You at These 6 Restaurants

Treat yourself at Michelin-starred Epicure, one of the fanciest places for dinner in Paris.

One thing we take very seriously here in France is good food—it’s practically written into the Declaration of Human Rights! Sometimes, though, you want a bit more. You don’t just want good food; you want a really great dinner. Whether you’re sharing a romantic meal with your special someone, celebrating a graduation or a business […]

Behind the Bite: Madeleine

Chocolate madeleines from La Pâtisserie des Rêves.

This post is part of our Behind the Bite series: deep dives into the dishes that we can’t stop thinking about. The beautifully ornate pâtisserie lined up in Paris’ pastry shops will definitely catch your eye. But it’s none other than the humble madeleine which has become one of France’s favorite sweet treats.  The simple […]

10 Ways to Know You’re Completely Obsessed with Paris

La Cave de Belleville is one of the best Belleville restaurants for wine (and cheese) lovers.

As the saying goes, “though you may leave Paris, Paris never really leaves you.” After seeing “Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain” more times than you’d like to admit, and dreaming of buttery croissants, cheese and wine, you’ve finally made it to Paris. It’s got your heart and you keep coming back.  But each time you […]

Our Favorite Paris Restaurants by Neighborhood: Oberkampf

Astier is one of our favorite Oberkampf restaurants for a classic Parisian bistrot experience.

The Oberkampf neighborhood seamlessly blends the best of classic and contemporary French cuisines. This hip quartier takes its rather un-French name after German-born Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, the royal manufacturer of Louis XVI and the inventor of the toile de Jouy fabric. Once a humble working-class district, Oberkampf is now one of the liveliest areas in Paris, […]

The Complete Vegetarian Guide to Paris

When it comes to vegetarian restaurants in Paris, Chambre Noire does a romesco like no other.

Following a vegetarian diet can be tricky in the city of charcuterie and canard, but it is possible. Vegetarianism hasn’t quite reached Paris in the same way as it has the rest of the world. But lately, the gastronomic pride for charcuterie and beef bourguignon is starting to feel threatened. Well, maybe.  Although many traditional […]

5 Famous Restaurants You Have to Visit in Paris

La Tour d'Argent is one of the most famous restaurants in Paris. Its dining room comes with a fabulous view of Notre-Dame.

As one of the top food destinations in the world, there’s no shortage of famous restaurants in Paris. From historic addresses to those made famous by celebrity diners, here we round up some of the most iconic Paris restaurants that are actually worth a visit.  Photo Credit: Hirama for Tour d’Argent, Text Overlay: Devour Paris […]

5 Cheap Eats in Paris That Are Perfect for Any Budget

If you're looking for cheap food in Paris, you can't go wrong with a burger from Roomies.

Paris is more than just macarons and meringues, or coffee and croissants.  It is the umami of Asian cuisine, the waft of Middle-Eastern scents, the warmth of African soul food, the comfort of American classics, the proud traditions of Italian cooking, the spicy trails of Indian curries—and of course, those beloved French classics, too. The […]