So you want to come back to Paris? Let’s see how we can make this easier for you. We’re making it easier for you to plan your holiday in Paris this year. 2020 has certainly been an unexpected year but we’re committed and determined to turn things around, here’s how.
Whats happening in Paris during the month of May?! Find out though us, as we give you the best of the best to discover, eat and see in Paris!
The 18th Arrondissement is full of great things to eat, drink and do! Here Chef Maxime narrows down his top favorite things to do in the district on a day off!
It’s not just atop the Eiffel Tower that you get a spectacular view of the city and while not every sky-high view will have you looking at a well-known
On Tuesday September 26th, 2017 – Chef Geoffroy Maillard and chef Eric Fraudeau will join their culinary forces to bring us a special Chef’s Table – Food & Wine Pairing event “à quartre mains”. Chef Maillard is chef/owner of Michelin-starred restaurant, La Table d’Eugène & French Tapas bar – La Rallonge. Chef Eric Fraudeau is chef/owner and creator of Cook’n With Class Paris and Cook’n With Class Uzès.
4-Mains – Food & Wine Pairing with Michelin-starred guest chef: We’re turning 10 this year and we are celebrating in some big ways: Special guests, a birthday party in Paris & a few contests! Here’s just one of the events we have planned “à la rentrée”
It’s been 10 years since I opened our French cooking school in Paris. Over 30,000 students has passed through our doors. I am so grateful to all those who have played a role in the last decade of cooking, baking and tasting in Paris & Uzès.
14 juillet – Bastille Day. Fireworks. Firemen’s balls & fanfare. What is this day all about in the first play. And a replay of this Bastille Day’s fireworks display.
Your kitchen can not afford to be without these essential kitchen tools. Here’s a chef’s pick for top 12 tools no cook should do without
Despite a few hiccups now and then the weather is moving towards warmer days and plenty of sun-soaked afternoons in Paris. So what better place to enjoy the rays than on a “terrasse”? But which ones . . .