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Vive l’évolution in Paris

This city has long been associated with the finer things in life. Yet the French capital is not resting on its cultural laurels, as new trends emerge in the City of Light.
Read more… 05 April 2012


Eating vegetarian food in Paris

The French capital has a handsome selection of veggie-friendly restaurants that are so good they are also drawing in the carnivores.
Read more… 05 March 2012


British cafes win favour in Paris

The recent openings of some great British cafes in Paris have confirmed a new culinary trend – English food is all the rage in the City of Light.
Read more… 25 January 2012


Small plates, several tastes in Paris

The apéro, pre-dinner drinks with a light bite to eat, is a long-standing French tradition. But several new restaurants are turning the concept into a stand-alone dining event.
Read more… 09 January 2012


The innovative patisseries of Paris

It is not all chocolate éclairs and caramel macaroons in Paris. As good as they are, there are also exciting twists on traditional French classics to discover.
Read more… 21 November 2011

The original Paris supper club

Weekly Sunday night dinners where people eat, drink and socialize, all for a suggested donation of 25 euros.
Read more… 28 January 2011

Hemingway did not drink here: Paris nights now

Throngs of beautiful young bobos (bourgeois bohemians) share the stage with a spectral cast of revellers from the city’s post-revolutionary past in Paris’ northeast quarter.
Read more… 03 August 2010

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