Many Parisian gastronauts view former three-star chef Alain Senderens as untouchable. He practically invented Nouvelle Cuisine, and for decades he piloted...more
The Hôtel Byblos has two restaurants, but this is the one everyone in town flocks to (the other is B Bar & Lounge, which serves soups, salads, burgers, and...more
At this 12-table restaurant with faintly Asian decor in central Dijon, star chef Stéphane Derbord takes seasonal Burgundian ingredients and transforms them...more
Chef Alain Solivérès, a native of Montpellier, has a remarkable pedigree: He trained under Maximin, Thulier, Senderens, and Ducasse. But he won his...more
Illustrating the renaissance of the port city, this second-floor boîte with wood floors, white pillars and tablecloths, and mulberry-colored walls boasts a...more
At the other end of the spectrum from Le Bistrot Bourguignon, trendy Via Mokis wouldn't be out of place in New York or London. It's first and foremost a wine...more
In the heart of the old city, Nicole and Michel Bordage successfully mix new and old concepts in their cooking: foie gras de canard sliced razor-thin and doused...more
Although Montparnasse thrives on its reputation as the early-20th-century hangout of Picasso, Hemingway, and their arty contemporaries, few of the...more
Though it's being lionized by the French press, Yam'Tcha, the hottest new restaurant in Paris, is actually more of a pussycat than a ferocious beast. Tucked...more
Occupying the premier beach real estate in Cannes, this extension of the Hôtel Martinez offers a light seafood menu perfect after a day in the sun....more
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