Mohammad El Khaldy, a Syrian culinary star who left his home country with his wife and child in 2012, spreads his unfailing optimism as part of the Refugee Food Festival.
It was Tuesday in Paris. Roland Feuillas, an artisan baker from Cucugnan in the Corbières, made the trip for a meeting with the great chef of his unique pastas: William Ledeuil. (Article in French)
As we announce the death of food critic Christian Millau, co-founder of Gault & Millau, let us remember the Ten Commandments of the nouvelle cuisine that would become the charter in 1973 for these two celebrated names in gastronomy. Modern, right? (Article in French)
Yesterday, a widespread frenzy hit the Michelin Guide. Gault et Millau had just anointed Alexander Couillon as chef of the year. It was high time that our ace gastronomic spotter took the path of Noirmoutier… (Article in French)
Association snack bars stand out in the country’s gastronomic landscape. These dining spots play a role in culinary trends, the promotion of local products and they advocate sharing. From Nantes to Bordeaux, let’s take a look at 5 spots that make us want to eat together. (Article in French)
If you are trying to imagine the brilliant young chef with tattoos, a beard, and electronic music playing in the background from Bose speakers, Josean Alija is surely going to deceive you. He is the head of the Nerua restaurant at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao. (Article in French)
Spring cleaning for the chef from Marseille Xavier Zapata who, after a little work, reopens his restaurant with a changing and modifiable menu, always aiming for greater conviviality. (Article in French)
At the heart of the Saint Pierre neighborhood in Bordeaux, Belle Campagne is a locavore restaurant. It is where you can eat well, but moreover quality products, in a totally assumed, delightfully granny atmosphere. (Article in French)
We had heard of William Pradeleix as a key participating chef involved in Restaurant Manger. But at his restaurant, Will, he keeps the nickname and gets straight to the point. In the neighborhood of Aligre, between the tons of Granny Smith apples, the Scandinavian-style industrial furnishings, and a huge French window, the cook appears relaxed, and at home. (Article in French)
Aux Deux Cignes was born last July, after almost two years of thought, and yet, as soon as you walk inside, it feels like it was always meant to be, exactly the way it is. The young and bubbly creator, To Xuan (which sounds like “deux cignes” – two swans – when pronounced by her Danish friend), put her body and soul into the place.