École Le Cordon Bleu
One of the world’s foremost culinary arts schools.
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Forest Hill Aquaboulevard
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La Cave de l’Os à Moëlle
Warming the cockles with a vin chaud (mulled wine) and pain d’épice (honey spiced bread) around a wine-barrel-turned-table on the...
It’s not so much the decor as the incredibly warm welcome complemented by a cuisine well above average that has made this Lebanese...
Lonely Planet review
This upmarket neo-bistro on the corner of a very unassuming street in the 15e is one of Paris’ most raved about (ie reserve in advance). Traditional French dishes pack a modern punch thanks to the daring of rising-star chef Guillaume Delage, who braises pork cheeks in beer and uses black rice instead of white.
The lunch menu is extraordinarily good value and the chocolate soufflé – order it at the start of your meal – is divine.