Au Plat d’Étain
In 1646 work started on the twin-towered Church of St Sulpicius and took six architects 150 years to finish. What draws most people is...
Paris’ first microbrewery was opened by a French restaurateur and French brewer over two decades ago, and still brews four fabulous...
Le Mâchon d’Henri
Feisty French staples at this tiny, jam-packed bistro might include Lyonnais boudin noir aux pommes (black pudding with apples), Jura...
Lonely Planet review
Nail-sized tin (étain) and lead soldiers, snipers, cavaliers, military drummers and musicians (great for chessboard pieces) cram this fascinating boutique. In business since 1775, the shop itself is practically a collectable.