Paris by Mouth is a flabbergasting collaborative website about eating & drinking in Paris. A guide to food & wine in Paris, France including reviews of restaurants, bistros, wine bars, bakeries & shops selling cheese, wine, pastry, chocolate.
Daniel Baratier and Alexandre Céret have deserted Le Sergent Recruteur where they were the chef and sommelier respectively and created their own fresh, modern bistro in the space that used to be Giovanni Passerini's Rino.
I waited a long time before giving Robert a try. This restaurant from the team behind Martin (Loïc Martin & Edouard Bergeon) opened in February 2018, but early word-of-mouth reviews were very mixed. A common refrain was “it’s expensive for what it is.” The price
We’ve tested it and will be publishing a full review very soon. In the meantime, scroll down to see our photos and what others are saying about Vins des Pyrénées. Practical Information Address: 25 Rue Beautreillis, 75004 Hours: Open every day from 7:00-2:00 Telephone: +33 (0)1
We haven’t yet reviewed this restaurant, but you can scroll down to find the practical information and to read what others are saying about Eels. Practical Information Address: 27 Rue d’Hauteville, 75010 Hours: Open Tuesday-Saturday from 12:30-14:00 and from 19:30-22:00. Telephone: +33 (0)1 42 28 80
NOW CLOSED Former Address: 10 rue Volney, 75002 What people are were saying Not Drinking Poison in Paris (2014) “A Michelin-starred nursing home.” Alexander Lobrano (2013) “As is true of any really great restaurant, Goust would be as good for a romantic night out as it is
Three cheers to L’Entente founder Oliver Woodhead for having arrived at such an apt name for his curiously dainty, all-day- service “British brasserie” near Opéra. An entente is a diplomatic understanding between nations; any understanding, of course, is what British and French cultures have notably
There’s a reason why our food tours have been celebrated by The New York Times (twice!), and knowledgable foodies like David Lebovitz and Ruth Reichl: we keep our group sizes tiny, we spend generously at the best shops in town, and we only work with expert guides who have devoted their lives
Hidden behind an unmarked wooden door near Odéon, Castor Club is easy to miss even for local Parisians. But the discretion is part of the appeal. An anonymous façade leads you into an intimate cocktail bar enveloped in deep green velvet and flatteringly low lighting,
Unless you're on an all-chocolate diet, this can be a frustrating food neighborhood. Prices are high, quality is questionable. But with a batch of new openings over the past year to add to our old favorites, we're no longer stumped by the (frequently asked) question: "I'm staying in the 6th arrondissement. Where should I eat?"