The Food Lover's Guide to Paris (ePub)
Paris may have enjoyed decades as the undisputed gastronomic capital of the world, but food revolutions in the likes of London and Copenhagen have challenged its reign in recent years.
After a spell of complacency, Parisian chefs have had to up their game, with delicious results. This guide will show you where to sample the best of the French classics, from cosy bistrots to swish brasseries, as well as where to check out the more recent innovations in the Parisian food scene: everything from high quality street food with a French twist, to newly-popular vegetarian restaurants, juice bars and locally brewed craft beers.
The guide will also offer a practical guide to making the most of your Parisian food experience like a local.
184 pages of detailed information; this book is an absolute delight to read. For those about to visit Paris, may I suggest that you pack a copy of this book in your luggage.For the Love of Books
The best ‘foodie’ book I have read in ages!
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As someone who spends loads of time in Paris and writes a blog about it, I am frequently asked about what restaurants I recommend. With an estimated 40,000 restaurants in this city, that is super challenging.GoodReads, Diana Bishop
“The Food Lover’s Guide to Paris” by Helen Massy-Beresford makes the choices much easier! That’s because you get Helen’s personal recommendations of places that she has tried and loved. And she organizes them by districts. So if you are staying in the 9th arrondissement for instance, Helen has selected maybe her top 20 places and adds enticing details, such as "Pink Mama prides itself on the quality of its ingredients - it raises its own corn-fed cows!”
The Food Lovers Guide to Paris is also a compact guide that fits nicely into your purse or suitcase.
My advice. If you are going to Paris, don’t leave home without it.
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A superb "time out" kind of guide to the cafés, restaurants, bistros etc., that inhabit the streets of Paris. Essential reading for visitors to the city, brilliantly presented and laid out.Books Monthly
Who hasn’t dreamed of having brunch at a little cafe alongside the Seine? This guide directs diners to the best places to find cafes, bars, and four star Michelin restaurants. Arranged by location, readers will find it easy to find a place to grab lunch after sightseeing or where to plan for the blow out, most extravagant meal of their lives. With helpful tips about typical French mealtimes, tipping and etiquette , readers will be confident in choosing a place to eat that fits their expectations and their budgetCayocosta 72, Rose Smith
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