Le Bon Georges

It’s all about the bon produits at Le Bon Georges: beef from Alexandre Polmard, sustainable seafood from small-scale fishermen, market fresh veg from Joël Thibault, and vins de propriétés. The menu changes each day at this brand new, but classically beautiful bistro. […]

Le Comptoir Belge

Follow the sweet scent of butter and batter down the block and prepare to stand in line for a freshly made Liège waffle slathered in your choice of chocolate, salted caramel, whipped cream (or all of the above). […]

MandooBar

A twelve seat, one man dumpling making operation. The menu is short and sweet: two tartares, two dumplings, a bean sprout salad, and rice. The great pleasure is watching the care and precision of the […]

Five Great Lemon Tarts

Each month we’ll put the focus on a particular Parisian pastry, collect the best examples of classic & creative interpretations, then invite an esteemed panel of food experts & enthusiasts to blind taste test and evaluate them. This month: Lemon Tarts.
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Quesadilla Coffee Bar Hits Paris

Luis Rendon has left Candelaria to open up a quesadilla coffee bar of sorts. Café Chilango will offer quesadillas, french pastries, locally roasted brews from Lomi during the day, and within a few weeks, tacos & craft cocktails at night. […]

Café Chilango

Practical information Address: 82 rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Nearest transport: Parmentier (3), Oberkampf (5, 9) Hours: Closed Monday-Wednesday for lunch, Thursday-Saturday for lunch & dinner, and Sunday for brunch Reservations: Reservations not accepted […]

Délices du Palais

Antonio Teixeira won first prize in the 2014 and 1998 Grand Prix de la Baguette. He’ll be keeping the Elysées Palace in bread all year long. His pastries have won multiple prizes, too. […]

2014 Winner for Paris’ Best Baguette

For the second year in a row, the winner of the Best Baguette in Paris competition comes from the 14th arrondissement. Congratulations to Antonio Teixeira from the Délices du Palais for placing first in the annual Grand Prix […]

Edible Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter gets a bad rap from those who only know the tourist-clogged rues de la Huchette or Pot de Fer. If you haven’t been back in a few years, you’ve missed the food […]

Alexander Lobrano

Alexander Lobrano is the Consulting Features Editor for Paris by Mouth. Alec was European Correspondent for Gourmet magazine from 1999 until it closed in 2009, and has written about food and travel for Bon Appetit, Food […]