From the Canal Saint-Martin to the banks of the Seine, and from hangover restoratives to haute-cuisine breakfast feasts, dig in to our guide to the best brunches in town.
The obsession with fine ingredients that has gripped burger-makers in New York and London for the last few years has caught on in the French capital too, with happy results.
The Paris coffee scene is coming alive: Time Out sips its way across town in pursuit of the finest roasts, blends and brews.
Paris has two main areas for Asian eating: Belleville and Chinatown in the 13th arrondissement, where you can also sample excellent Thai, Vietnamese and other South East Asian specialities.
You’ll see numerous stands flaunting Nutella or ham & cheese pancakes across the city for about €4; but for a proper sit down meal with a cool glass of cider, try one of these restaurants.
Life is sweet with our selection of the best desserts you can buy in a city that's already famous for its perfect pastries.
Street food gets a makeover with these gourmet meals on wheels serving everything from burgers to ice cream to tacos.
Paris is starting to wake up to the idea of hot chocolate as a serious drink – here's our pick of some of the best purveyors in the city.
Our sticky-fingered guide to the best ices in the capital takes you from glorious gelati in luxurious ice cream parlours to sweet shops full of bonbons.
Not always famed for its selection of restaurants offering spicy delicacies, Paris nevertheless hosts a healthy range of Indian restaurants to cure curry cravings.