Restaurant Bouillon Chartier: a Paris Institution

Really Authentic Food, Really Affordable Prices Restaurant Bouillon Chartier is a Paris institution, and one visit will show you why. Ever since it was first opened in 1896 by the Chartier Brothers, through 122 years and over 50 million meals served by only four owners, the restaurant has strived to live up to the Chartiers’…

Deli in Èze, France: Casual Dining Near the Summit

Situated 430m (1,411 feet) above the Mediterranean, Èze (in my opinion) is the most picturesquely perched village in France, and if it’s not on your bucket list, it should be. This famous medieval village has been called an “eagle’s nest” due to its location. As you make your way from the base to the top, you ascend…

Biglari Café: Port Side Dining in Saint-Tropez, France

It’s all about location, location, location, and delicious food. Biglari Café‘s location could not be better; this trendy café on the enchanting port of , offers dazzling views of the Mediterranean and the super yachts steps ahead. Barely sixteen months old, Biglari Café has won the hearts of both locals and tourists; the food, vibe,…

Cheap Eats in Paris at L’As du Fallafel

Rare comes the time when the image of cool cream enters your mind. Laid like a blanket over vegetables and vast balls of chickpeas, cradled between a soft pillowy pita. Delectable, mouth-watering thoughts as soon as you hear this restaurant’s name. It happens, my friend, once you’ve experienced wrapping your mouth around the famous falafel…

Le Café Zephyr: A French Brasserie In Paris, France

Every time I’ve strolled past Le Café Zephyr, it’s jam-packed inside and out. A seat on its busy sidewalk terrace or covered patio offer a glimpse into everyday Parisian life. Folks scurry past carrying baskets from the market or bags from the trendy shops nearby. Families, couples, singles, everyone seems to end up here for…

Double Delectable at Double Dragon

After a VERY long week, I was looking for something to sink my teeth into. And when I say sink, I actually mean; Bite down and feel the juices squirt from the morsels in my mouth. It’s at that exact moment the flavor kicks in. So tasty that each flavor bursts like fireworks. Yes. That…

Romancing the Stove: A Review of Robert et Louise, Paris

Looking for your next Parisian meal at a low key, fun, and friendly restaurant? Then THIS is THE PLACE to be. Found in the hip and trendy Marais (in Paris, France), if you’re not paying attention you might miss this bistro. Petit in size, the deep maroon and brown colors on the façade will have…

Café Riche: Brasserie Dining In Montpellier, France

When you find a spot that is popular with the ‘locals’, you’re almost guaranteed a positive dining experience. The crowded Café Riche with its lively terrace and belle époque architecture has been serving the discriminating palettes of Montpellier since 1893. A favorite with the locals, Café Riche is a reasonably priced brasserie with a fun…

Café de Flore: A French Café With A Pedigree

Café de Flore has rightly earned the reputation of being one of the most famous cafés in the world. Since 1887, it has hosted numerous literary figures, movie stars, and celebs. proclaimed it his favorite café back in the day. Café de Flore has inspired books— and books have been written by authors using the…