The Food Lover's Guide to Paris

Helen Massy-Beresford

Paris may have enjoyed decades as the undisputed gastronomic capital of the world, but food revolutions in the likes of London and Copenhagen have challenged its reign in recent years.

After a spell of complacency, Parisian chefs have had to up their game, with delicious results.
Date Published :
November 2019
Publisher :
White Owl
Language:
English
Series :
City Guides
Illustration :
80 color ilustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781526733696
Pages : 144
Dimensions : 7.6 X 5.6 inches
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$19.95

Overview
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Paris may have enjoyed decades as the undisputed gastronomic capital of the world, but food revolutions in the likes of London and Copenhagen have challenged its reign in recent years.

After a spell of complacency, Parisian chefs have had to up their game, with delicious results. This guide will show you where to sample the best of the French classics, from cozy bistros to swish brasseries, as well as where to check out the more recent innovations in the Parisian food scene: everything from high quality street food with a French twist, to newly popular vegetarian restaurants, juice bars and locally brewed craft beers.

The guide will also offer a practical guide to making the most of your Parisian food experience like a local.

About The Author
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Helen Massy-Beresford is a British freelance journalist, who writes about a wide variety of subjects including aviation, food, travel, culture, science, technology and business. She is also a keen amateur photographer.Helen moved to Paris in 2007 and before going freelance spent three years working in the Paris bureau of news agency, Reuters. She lives in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.

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