The Legend Of La Coupole

Brasserie La Coupole A true Art Deco masterpiece, La Coupole is the most famous Parisian brasserie in the world. Today it is the quintessential symbol of Montparnasse’s history, as well as a … Source : The Legend Of La Coupole The Legend Of La Coupole 11 July, 2016 ~ Joand Quint Brasserie La Coupole A true Art … Continuer la lecture de The Legend Of La Coupole

Métropolitain — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The bistro has an attractive metro-themed décor with white metro tiles, vintage advertising posters and slatted wooden benches Young chef Paul-Arthur Berlan came to attention on TV show Top Chef, but he trained at top restaurants Michel Sarran and Le Meurice, before heading the tiny team at this friendly new Marais bistro. The attractively presented […] … Continuer la lecture de Métropolitain — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Ourcine — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Ourcine has reliable cuisine, relaxed chatty atmosphere and eclectic Left Bank clientele Reopened after a lengthy restoration of the 17th-century building, this is one of my favourite bistros. I like it for its reliable cuisine, relaxed chatty atmosphere and eclectic Left Bank clientele. Sylvain Danière was part of La Régalade clan in the days of […] … Continuer la lecture de L’Ourcine — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Mon Vieil Ami — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The high-ceilinged, 17th-century dining room has been stylishly updated This sleek, chic, gourmet bistro on the main thoroughfare of the Ile St-Louis is masterminded by Strasbourg chef Antoine Westermann, who puts the emphasis on revisited French regional cooking. Vegetables get pride of place in dishes like Tarbais beans and lamb, or guinea fowl with chanterelle […] … Continuer la lecture de Mon Vieil Ami — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Le Pré Verre — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This restaurant draws Latin Quarter academics for its bargain lunch menu (two courses, wine and coffee), and a more international set in the evening With a corner spot near the Collège de France, Le Pré Verre quickly became a Latin Quarter fixture when it opened a decade ago. It recently changed hands but many of […] … Continuer la lecture de Le Pré Verre — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Au Rendez-Vous des Camionneurs — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Au Rendez-vous des Camionneurs has colourful banquettes and a few seats outside With its colourful banquettes, a few tables outdoors and two dining rooms, one opening onto the quays, the other on historic place Dauphine, this bistro is a good find on Ile de la Cité. It adheres tenaciously to its old name as a […] … Continuer la lecture de Au Rendez-Vous des Camionneurs — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Abeille — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Abeille, Paris Chef Christophe Moret, fresh from Alain Ducasse’s Plaza Athénée and the overly formal Lasserre, now seems to have found his own more relaxed, gastronomic style. The haute-cuisine restaurant of the Shangri-La hotel, named after the Napoleonic bee motif was awarded two Michelin stars in 2016. Dress up to match the elegant setting, overlooking […] … Continuer la lecture de L’Abeille — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Ecurie — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The ground floor was once stables (spot the hay rack along one wall) I’m not going to pretend that this is a gourmet destination but I still can’t resist coming here for the sheer experience of eating in the ancient cellars. Just the answer when you’re after a juicy steak, bossy service and lots […] via … Continuer la lecture de L’Ecurie — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Macéo — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The chef revisits French classics in what he dubs « nutri-gourmande » cuisine Macéo was a pioneer in offering real vegetarian options – still a rarity in a city where many restaurants remain rigorously carnivorous. Meat eaters may be tempted to mix vegetarian and other dishes, ordering perhaps seasonal mushrooms on the one hand, braised … Continuer la lecture de Macéo — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Bistrot du Peintre — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This listed, art nouveau café-bistro has gorgeous 1902 décor This listed, art nouveau café-bistro has a gorgeous 1902 décor of sinuous woodwork and tiled, allegorical figures of spring and summer. It is much loved by a laidback Bastille crowd for its satisfying, inexpensive cuisine. The choice goes from utterly trad snails or oeuf meurette (egg […] … Continuer la lecture de Bistrot du Peintre — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Jeanne B — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This is the second of the casual all-day, eaterie-delis opened by the owners of venerable bistro Astier This is the second of the casual all-day, eaterie-delis opened by the owners of venerable bistro Astier. It’s a happy arrival on the street that winds up Montmartre hill, with a lovely welcome from young chef Cyril Boulet, […] … Continuer la lecture de Jeanne B — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Pâtissiers Secrets de chefs Pierre Hermé

7 février 2014 Par Laure Pierre Pierre Hermé, le Roi des pâtissiers Héritier de quatre générations de boulangers pâtissiers alsaciens, Pierre Hermé a commencé sa carrière à l’âge de 14 ans, auprès de Gaston Lenôtre. Célébré en France, au Japon et aux États-Unis, il a apporté à la pâtisserie goût et modernité. Son approche originale … Continuer la lecture de Pâtissiers Secrets de chefs Pierre Hermé

Baba Tequila

  El célebre Baba au Rhum y una de sus múltiples variantes el Baba Tequila con mermelada de lima y flor sal “Baba Au Tequila Avec Confiture De Citron Vert Fleur De Sel“. Tiempo de preparación: 60 min… Source : Baba Tequila PDF Baba Tequila Avec Confiture De Citron Vert Fleur De Sel  

Le Mansouria — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Kilims, brass trays, tiled tables and carved wooden screens set the scene for refined cooking Credit: Franck Beloncle Kilims, brass trays, tiled tables and carved wooden screens set the scene for the refined cooking of Fatima Hal, the grande dame of Moroccan cuisine in Paris and cookbook writer, who proudly maintains a tradition handed down […] … Continuer la lecture de Le Mansouria — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Hôtel du Nord — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The hotel immortalised in the 1930s in Marcel Carné’s film of the same name is now a bistro and bar The hotel immortalised in the 1930s in Marcel Carné’s film of the same name (though that was shot in a studio) is now a bistro and bar, with suitably film-tinged décor – there are movie […] … Continuer la lecture de Hôtel du Nord — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Michi — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This listed, art nouveau café-bistro has gorgeous 1902 décor Located in the heart of Paris’s Little Japan, Michi is a tiny, canteen-like hole in the wall, indicated only by a fish and the word sushi on the facade. It was recommended by a Japanese friend, for some of the best, authentic, and least expensive, sushi […] … Continuer la lecture de Michi — « La flamme des cuisines. »

MiniPalais — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Smart Parisians, international exhibition-goers and business lunchers eye each other in this chic, cosmopolitan update of the Parisian brasserie Smart Parisians, international exhibition-goers and business lunchers eye each other in this chic, cosmopolitan update of the Parisian brasserie set inside the belle époque Grand Palais . « Mini » is perhaps a misnomer for the … Continuer la lecture de MiniPalais — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Mon Vieil Ami — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The high-ceilinged, 17th-century dining room has been stylishly updated This sleek, chic, gourmet bistro on the main thoroughfare of the Ile St-Louis is masterminded by Strasbourg chef Antoine Westermann, who puts the emphasis on revisited French regional cooking. Vegetables get pride of place in dishes like Tarbais beans and lamb, or guinea fowl with chanterelle […] … Continuer la lecture de Mon Vieil Ami — « La flamme des cuisines. »

L’Avant-Goût — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This neat, red-and-yellow bistro in the villagey Butte-aux-Cailles district is always a reliable bet This neat, red-and-yellow bistro in the villagey Butte-aux-Cailles district is always a reliable bet, with a friendly unpretentious atmosphere. Chef Christophe Beaufront juggles French regional tradition and cosmopolitan influences, so amid warming soups and casseroles, thick steaks and confits, you might […] … Continuer la lecture de L’Avant-Goût — « La flamme des cuisines. »

La Cagouille — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Fish is often notoriously expensive in Paris but this restaurant, in a modern part of Montparnasse, has long been one of Paris’s bargains Fish is often notoriously expensive in Paris but this restaurant, in a modern part of Montparnasse, has long been one of Paris’s bargains, drawing a faithful clientele. André Robert has taken over […] … Continuer la lecture de La Cagouille — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Régalade Conservatoire — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Jean-Michel Wilmotte’s décor obeys all the codes of bistro style, in a sleek dining room with black and white checkerboard floor The original Régalade in the 14th arrondissement was the forerunner of the bistronomique trend and the return to terroir, first under Yves Camdeborde, then Bruno Doucet. This third incarnation is in a stylish new […] … Continuer la lecture de Régalade Conservatoire — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Breizh Cafe — « La flamme des cuisines. »

This is the place that made the pancake gourmet Named Breizh after the Breton for Brittany, this is the place that made the pancake gourmet, and although not particularly budget as crêperies go, it’s streets ahead of the competition in terms of quality. While crêperies are often dismissed as restaurants for children, here the setting … Continuer la lecture de Breizh Cafe — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Tokyo Eat — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Tokyo Eat, Paris The big restaurant at the Palais de Tokyo is a fun place to eat and happily it’s now open every day, even when the art space is closed. In winter, it runs inside, along the ground-floor facade of the building, with artists’ chairs and sputnik-style lights. But the real plus is summer, […] … Continuer la lecture de Tokyo Eat — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Paradis — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Paradis, Paris It’s hard to resist a name like paradise for a meal out, especially on a street with an ever-growing number of trendy places to eat and drink. In the evening, there’s a large choice of artistically presented creations, perhaps scallops with shellfish juice and sea lettuce or lamb with ceps and salsify. However, […] … Continuer la lecture de Paradis — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Dans Les Landes — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Dans Les Landes, Paris From the outside, this just looks like a cheerful everyday café, but foodwise this is a bistronomic trip to southwest France with some cosmopolitan tinges. There are Asian touches and a few trips across the border to the Spanish side of the Basque Country as well – or as the restaurant […] … Continuer la lecture de Dans Les Landes — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Clover — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Clover, Paris Between leaving Thoumieux and opening the ever-so-modestly named Le Grand Restaurant, openly aimed at acquiring three stars (not yet done), Jean-François Piège and his wife also opened Clover, this tiny little bistro hidden on a St-Germain side street, which i can’t help but feel is his most personal restaurant yet. Essentially a long […] … Continuer la lecture de Clover — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Chez Fernand — « La flamme des cuisines. »

It’s not alway easy to find good places to eat in St-Germain but this little beamed bistro happily continues to produce age-old dishes It’s not alway easy to find good places to eat in St-Germain but this little beamed bistro, on a side street behind the former market, happily continues to produce age-old dishes, like […] … Continuer la lecture de Chez Fernand — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Astier — « La flamme des cuisines. »

The mood leisurely and welcoming for a clientele that ranges from young arty types to multi-generational families and elderly couples This place has ranked pretty high up my favourite restaurants ever since I first came here in the 1990s and wowed over its generously overflowing cheese tray. The cheese tray, pine wainscotting and checked […] via … Continuer la lecture de Astier — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Le Petit Retro — « La flamme des cuisines. »

It feels warm and convivial, and I love the idea of the pâtisserie of the day, to share between two Seemingly unchanged since 1904, with its flowery tiles and vintage coffee machine on the bar, this pretty little bistro was recently given a new injection of life by former TV journalist Grégory Poirier and his […] … Continuer la lecture de Le Petit Retro — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Caillebotte — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Traditional varnish has been replaced by the unfinished look of raw plywood, indicative of a casual, modern approach Traditional varnish has been replaced by the unfinished look of raw plywood, indicative of the casual, modern approach of this much talked about recent addition to Parisian bistronomie, which is round the corner from the foodie shops […] … Continuer la lecture de Caillebotte — « La flamme des cuisines. »

Paris restaurants

From haute-cuisine temples to all-day cafés and eccentric wine bars, Paris has a huge variety of places to eat Natasha Edwards, Destination expert An insider's guide to the best places to eat in Paris, including Michelin-starred restaurants, traditional cafés and cheap French cuisine. By Natasha Edwards, Telegraph Travel's Paris expert. Although the grand French gastronomic … Continuer la lecture de Paris restaurants