Hugo & Victor’s like Victor Hugo’s works are irresistible, some are avant-garde and unquestionably creative. Like the later, the famous French writer Victor Hugo living on Place des Vosges, Hugo & Victor […]
Established in 1820 right across the voluptuous Nice opera, the confiserie is not a casual affair but rather a fine escapade for chocolate and in the traditional French sweets indulging connoisseurs.
With his three Michelin restaurant Les Prés d’Eugénie, the octogenarian chef Michel Guérard stands as one of the last iconic personas of the French nouvelle cuisine. Set in a remote Relais […]
Lingering in the hands of one French family for more than 330 years, Dalloyau is a unique enterprise in Paris. Creating ‘haute-gastronomique’ pastries, chocolates, ice-creams and even savoury breads (its […]
Embracing the outside world is the new Parisian attitude. At least in culinary terms. This means being influenced by global cuisines of the chef’s travels while using local, superb ingredients. Not […]
Tartine Bakery in San Francisco’s hip Mission district, where the current “foodfarians” cook almost anything from scratch, was one of the initiators of this truly artisanal movement in the Bay […]