Hotels, restaurants, delicatessen and clubsRive Gauche’s best spots
The Trouville well-being bubble…
The 5-star hotel is launching a series of chic and comfortable flats for a taste of the real life in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
The real taste of herbs may surprise you! Despite its name in Shakespeare’s language, My Organic Infusion is indeed French made and a family business! The desire of its creators is first of all to offer real, organic products that do not deceive the consumer’s palate...
“L’Enfance de Lard” is getting a makeover and is becoming “Brasserie de l’Enfance” and “Bistrot de l’Enfance”.
With chef Patrick Charvet in the kitchen, the brasserie of the legendary Left Bank palace is once again the unmissable gourmet break in chic and elegant Saint-Germain.
TaoKan, the favourite Chinese gourmet restaurant is now served under the stars.
For more than 200 years, this Saint-Émilion has happily combined tradition and quality. A small production reserved for connoisseurs!
An address just the way we like it!
The pleasure of gourmet flavours without the health risks of sugar: this is the difficult equation solved by the team Oh Oui!
Now more than ever, it is time for healthy and eco-friendly food.
Childhood memories, reminiscence of happy holidays and a desire not to stop there!
The 61 Bonaparte is the idea of a family hotel in pure Germanopratin style.
Creative cuisine, pastries, exceptional chocolates: embark on a historical and gourmet journey…
Cook, delicatessen and a butler invite themselves to your home for a chic and gourmet Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
The Chinese gourmet restaurant launches a click & collect service and even delivers to your place.
A delicious toasted and stuffed brioche bun and hot superfood lattes will be featured this winter at the frozen yogurt specialist’s. And much more… Acai bowls, Papaya bowls, smoothies… To make the pleasure last!
Launched in 2007, St-Germain liqueur has established itself in the world of mixology as an ode to France and a tribute to the mythical Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, from which it takes its name.
At Taokan, chef Au Tien Dat imagines each day a truly creative and definitely tasty French-Chinese cuisine.