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The terrace Les Editeurs carrfeour de l'odéon in Paris

Les Éditeurs: the cult literary café at Odéon

The Carrefour de l'Odéon represents an emblematic spot in Paris. A little away from the hubbub, we discover a pretty little square, storefront. This is where one of the neighborhood's most popular addresses proudly sits: Les Éditeurs. Focus on this literary café that multiplies the heart assets. – In the 6th arrondissement, dear to Parisian publishing houses, Les Éditeurs is an unmissable address. On the pretty terrace, a myriad of tables with white tablecloths invite you to a moment of discreet indulgence. But it is once inside that the soul of the Editors reveals itself. A true ode to the district, there are nearly 5000 books, scattered all over the restaurant. The rows line up with dignity and frame the small corners where it is good to settle down. Big club armchairs, soft benches… You are immediately imbued with the warm spirit of the place. On the menu, the classics of French bistronomy rub shoulders. Between well-stocked salads, a club sandwich to die for or very good meats, our heart swings. It is also interesting to…

The best tea rooms for a very chic tea time

At tea time, our English neighbors treat themselves to a gourmet break over tea and some sweet treats… We have selected our best Parisian addresses for you to enjoy a very chic tea time! And for those who couldn't make it, here is our top of the most delicious teas to cocoon peacefully at home. - Cédric Grolet Opéra (Opéra district) Since its opening, Cédric Grolet's Parisian bakery has never been empty! And for good reason, his pastries and other Instagrammable pastries are particularly attractive. Hidden upstairs, chef Cédric Grolet's tea room turns out to be an intimate chic space, able to accommodate around thirty people ... the perfect spot to indulge in a chic Parisian tea time! You can order from the hazelnut blossom menu, Paris Brest revisited by the chef and other fruit tarts. Attention, reservation required! Cédric Grolet Opéra, 35 Avenue de l'Opéra, 75002 Paris. Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 17 p.m. Find out more about the Cédric Grolet Opéra pastry shop, here. - COVA (Neighborhood ...

3 spots for lunch with your feet in the water

You don't necessarily have to go to the South to enjoy good food with your feet in the water. At the gates of Paris, the Seine reveals all its beauty. Some restaurants have understood this well and have put down their suitcases in these not-so-distant lands to feast on us… Whether you're Parisians or Ile-de-France residents, these addresses are worth a detour and give us a change of scenery in a few metro stations! - The Aqua in Suresnes With its small light garlands and its breathtaking view of the Seine, the Aqua has everything the perfect tavern. People come here to savor a bit of Italian Dolce Vita without taking the plane. Because it is the transalpine cuisine that is in the spotlight. A Sicilian octopus salad, artichoke tortellini or even a Milanese schnitzel… We feast on the dishes on offer, but it's a house novelty that seduced us: the mozzarella bar! In the window, we discover smoked mozzarella, di Buffala, braided or even burratas to die for. The hardest …

Gastronomy: meeting with Chef Akrame Benallal

Akrame Benallal is a powerful chef who cultivates a positive attitude! In his restaurant on rue Tronchet, the chef welcomes us with ease and shares his inspirations, values ​​and projects with us… A positive, communicative attitude! – What does Paris represent in your career as a chef? For me, Paris is a simply magical, inspiring and urban city, an open-air museum. It is a city that is strong in terms of positive energy. She teaches you to push yourself upwards and to fight for excellence, both in luxury and in gastronomy, which is my domain. – What are your sources of inspiration? My sources of inspiration are everywhere! You just have to have your eyes wide open on the world, on art as much as on the weather, the climate and happiness. It's all part of my sources of inspiration. You have to stay awake all the time and at all times. – What values ​​do you associate with your job?

Our favorite restaurants, delivered or taken away

Usually, we are happy to have lunch or dinner there but with this particular context, we can only order our favorite dishes to enjoy them at home. Closed to customers since Friday, October 30, here are our favorite restaurants offering their tempting offer for delivery, directly to our door ... The best way to support these exceptional Parisian establishments? Enjoy at home! - For a successful oriental evening: Maison Noura Notice to lovers of Lebanese gastronomy, Maison Noura continues delivery and take-out services from its restaurant in the 16th arrondissement. In addition to the wide range of lunch boxes, you can also order the delicious cold or hot mezzés (hummus, falafels, sambouseks, etc.), the grills for which the establishment is famous, and the baklawas that all of Paris are fond of. To order, it's here. - For Thai cuisine enthusiasts: Yummy Thai Only a few weeks after opening its doors, Yummy Thai had to resolve to close, in view of the health crisis ...

10 starred restaurants in Paris to try at least once in your life

Listed for several years as part of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity, French cuisine can be proud of its extraordinary richness, its service and its distinguished traditions of the art of living... A brief overview of the best starred restaurants in the capital, the ones you absolutely must try, at least once in your life! – Pavyllon * The pitch: The latest of chef Yannick Alléno's restaurants, Pavyllon opened its doors at the Pavillon Ledoyen just a year ago, in October 2019. Only a few months later, the gastronomic counter already won its first star at the Michelin Guide ! The menu: Morisseau mussels, langoustines grilled over a wood fire and ginger butter, candied trout, crunchy tuiles with coarse milk and butter mounted with dill... Here we are treated to a cuisine that subtly mixes French influence and other culinary traditions . 8 avenue Dutuit, 75008 Paris. I RESERVE Find out more about Pavyllon, here. – Le Clarence ** The pitch: Enthroned in the heart of the Golden Triangle, Le Clarence is nestled in …

Gourmet back-to-school season: the new tables that are making the buzz

In Paris, the start of the new school year is always synonymous with the opening of the season for new, coveted tables. Hidden rooftop, broth à la bonne franquette, Lebanese canteen or starred chef restaurant, we take stock of the new spots to know. – Ischia The pitch: already at the head of several renowned Parisian establishments (Le Chardenoux, Aux Prés, Bar des Prés, Dragon…) Cyril Lignac inaugurates 'Ischia' in place of his very first restaurant, Le Quinzieme. The menu: wishing to be more in tune with the current expectations of foodies, the star chef will offer cuisine with Italian influences. If we stick to the name, we will surely be entitled to Neapolitan dishes, Ischia being a small island not far from Naples… No official date has been communicated for the moment, so we will have to show more a bit of patience ! Ischia, 14 rue Cauchy, 75015 Paris – Tortuga The pitch: Tortuga is chef Julien Sebbag's new baby. His particuliarity ? He sits right in front of his big …