A Meal Fit For a King – Relais Louis XIII

What a way to start the Lupercalia weekend! We arrive, slightly late due to Parisian traffic, at the restaurant. While the side street may have been a little difficult to find, the corner building has “Relais Louis XIII” in bright lights above the entrance. The room is elegantly appointed and looks formal, but also cozy.… Continue reading A Meal Fit For a King – Relais Louis XIII

Leap on This – La Régalade Conservatoire

  In honour of today being February 29, “année bissextile” (Leap Year), I decided to write about something so special that you should definitely not wait four more years to try. If I have ever spoken to you about eating in Paris, you can skip this post. You already know about La Régalade Conservatoire. If… Continue reading Leap on This – La Régalade Conservatoire

Paris Recovers: Personal Observations

On November 13, 2015, terrorists attacked Paris in a series of coordinated suicide bombings and mass shootings. At 9:20 p.m., three suicide bombers struck the Stade de France in Paris’ northern suburb of Saint-Denis. This was followed by suicide bombings and mass shootings at cafes, restaurants and at a legendary music venue, the Bataclan Theatre,… Continue reading Paris Recovers: Personal Observations

Tableside Theatre – D’Chez Eux

Most food lovers have seen the film “Julie and Julia”. If you can, recall back to the turning-point scene where Julia and Paul Child are sitting in a beautiful little French restaurant, and Julia decides that she likes to eat, so she should learn to cook. The scene was filmed in a Los Angeles film set,… Continue reading Tableside Theatre – D’Chez Eux