“We whistled la vie en Rose as we left” – Aux Crus de Bourgogne, Paris: Restaurant Review

A photo of the stunning snails we devoured Aux Cru de Bourgone: Restaurant Review

Having dined in restaurants across the globe, I can confidently say that Aux Crus de Bourgogne isn’t merely a meal; it’s a journey back to the golden age of Parisian dining. Tucked away just off the iconic Rue Montorgueil (a personal favorite), this family-run establishment, founded in 1932, is a time capsule for classic Burgundian … Read more

Celebrating the Fête du Pain: A Culinary Review of the Paris Bread Festival

file Eat Like The French! May 16, 2024

Every spring, Paris celebrates the art of baking with the Fête du Pain, set against the backdrop of the still under renovation Notre Dame. While the towering spires of this historic cathedral are no longer shrouded in scaffolds, the square before it is limited due to the continued restorations. Nothing stopping the french transform it … Read more

“Wow that tomato Sauce is Banging” – Limmat, Marseille: Restaurant Review

Panoramic picture of the stairs leading up to cours julien, with a shot of limmat restaurant. Taken after we ate at limmat, restaurant for our restaurant review

The exclamation that came out of my brothers mouth after his first forkful of the tomato sauce his main course bathed in caught me by suprise. You would expect that living in the ancient city of Marseille, Provence’s un-official capital, he would be used to eating exceptional Tomato sauce. But clearly not. Every forkful of … Read more