Regional cooking in Paris
From Brittany to Corsica.
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Eat your way to the heart of the city.
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The best Paris markets
Flower, food and flea.
Wine and spirits shops
Where to stock up on the good stuff.
Gourmet Christmas shopping
Turkeys, oysters and foie gras.
The best Paris restaurants for...
Chicken tagine, spicy merguez couscous, strips of biltong, tangy Ethiopian pancakes and more.
Long, indulgent weekend meals washed down with coffee, cocktails and people-watching.
Full-on American diners, signature restaurant versions and even a jolly burger truck.
Reinventing café culture.
A sizzling selection of the French capital's best Chinese eating.
Brittany’s most famous culinary export, the crêpe is everywhere in Paris. Which are the best?
Peachy places for perfect puddings.
Grab a good book or a good friend and get ready to go from 'brrr' to 'aahh'...
Street food is chic food – discover Paris's citywide fleet of vendors on wheels.
Rich, complex and made with quality raw ingredients.
From glorious gelati in luxurious ice cream parlours to sweet shops full of bonbons.
Indian restaurants to cure curry cravings.
From rustic trattorias to cutting edge chic.
Sushi, bento boxes, ramen noodles and more.
Craving hummus and falafel? We've got you covered.
Paris currently boasts over 70 Michelin-starred restaurants, making it one of most foodie-friendly cities.
The best Levantine nosh and Maghrebian grub that Paris has to offer.
Not to indulge your sweet tooth in Paris would be a crime.
Cats on your lap? Penis-shaped bread?
These specialities are the real deal from the départements.
Tried and tested venues for romantic evenings à deux, whatever your budget.
Paris may be land-locked, but it get deliveries fresh from the seaside every day.
Hidden, unusual and offbeat places to eat out in the French capital.
Not-so-haute cuisine that runs the gamut from sandwiches to kebabs, empañadas to dim sum.