The other day, I ran into a florist’s, “Muse”. It’s a tiny shop, nestled in a small and steep street of Montmartre.
I have to admit: I love sushi. I often eat sushi. May be too often. Not that I would consider it unhealthy. Quite the reserve!
Is it a ship from outer space, a colossal yacht that has dropped anchor in Paris, spreading its sails over the tree line of Bois de Boulogne?
This is the opening everybody expects in Paris: After a four-year renovation the Peninsula Paris will open on 1rst of August and it will be, read m
So many hotels opened lately in Paris, that it’s hard to separate the wheat from the chaff.
The Parisian girl loves the effortless chic. This is true also for her interiors. Her furniture might be pricy, but will never look ostentatious.
Parisians are crazy people: they’re always coordinated. Everybody leaves the city at the same moment; everybody comes back at the same.
Being a tourist can be a very exhausting job.
Join the 9th edition of the European Night of Museums
Passage Brady is the last arcade in Paris with a soul
A new French label shows quality restaurants
It’s easy to miss the tiny restaurant „Racines“ in the picturesque scene of the Passage des Panoramas, the oldest arcade of Paris.
You better start learning the name of Antonin Bonnet by heart because you will need it in the future whenever the discussion about the best chefs o
They are days, you might be looking for the perfect lunch: healthy and light, tasty and fast, exotic and cheap.
The broken arm? Yes, indeed. That’s the name. It’s a pretty cool name, I’ve to say, it could denote anything.
You might have heard of Gérard Depardieu lately, the French actor who emigrated to Belgium first (for a couple of days) but then became Russian by
“I’m a perfectionist”, Alain Ducasse told me when guiding me through his brand new manufacture de chocolat. And I confirm, he definitely is.
We’ve already told you about the many obligations of the honorable chef Christian Constant but we haven’t introduced you to his flagship restaurant
A Perfect Valentine's Day in Paris
It all started with passion. Like so often.
They call themselves a „brasserie mythique“ which clearly is an overstatement but you need to bang the drum nowadays to get anywhere.
Goi Buoi, Ha Kao, Bun Cha – when you know what those mean you’re familiar with the splendour of Vietnamese cooking.
Two inches of snow expected for today
From outside this new restaurant looks quite mysterious: There is no sign whatsoever, no name, nothing.
Even if you’ve never been to Paris, there are some landmarks you’ll probably know by heart: the Eiffel Tower and Sacré-Coeur.
Keeping Paris like paradise
Doe’s Marcovaldo ring any bell? It’s the name of the main character of a collection of short stories by Italo Calvino.
Here is the new place to be: It’s called Beaucoup.
There has been much buzz around Pierre Sang Boyer, Top Chef finalist in 2011, the French equivalent of Chopped. No wonder.
You sometimes might ask yourself why you love to travel. Probable to give a short change to everyday life and experience something special.
They call it a „cantine gourmande“ which indicates that they expect you to come often.
„Le Relais du Comptoir”, just to get this out of the way, is one of the most annoying bistros of Paris. Believe me, it’s a real nuisance.
This is the kind of address I really don’t want to give away. Something inside me wants to be a good person, of course.
Visit the biggest flea market in the world
When Chatomat opened during summer last year on a small road in Ménilmontant, the buzz was immediate.
If you are traveling with kids, you can probably tell a thing or two about their enthusiasm when it comes to museums.
It’s fascinating with hotels: in some you arrive and it just feels like home; others are so much better than home.
The other day, when I strolled up and down rue de Martyrs, the new food- artery in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, I stumbled upon “Premiere Press
I’m not kidding when I say that I discovered Design et Nature thanks to my hairdresser David Mallet.
Let's celebrate 30 years of Fête de la Musique
You have to be a high roller and/or crazy to dine at L’Abeille, the restaurant gastronomique of the new Shangri-La hotel, where the nicest guest ro
If you’ve already done Disneyland Florida ten times and Disney LA another ten times, than it’s time for a nice change and to discover the universe
Broadly speaking, the restaurant universe is divided into only a few galaxies.
Ever heard about Rungis? It’s the world biggest food-market.
Monsieur Pramil is – in a very positive sense – the caricature of an old-fashioned French bistro chef.
France is the only country in the world where a butcher or a pâtissier can become a star. They have to be good and also good-looking.
A long time ago, Saint Denis walked up rue de Martyrs to his place of execution on Montmartre.