Bon appétit, les amis!
French cuisine may be one of the most refined in the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find great food in Paris. That’s why you’d be smart to carry this fabulous little guide book along with you, secure in the knowledge that your Parisian meals will be nothing but délicieux. Packed with photos, information and hotspot recommendations, this little treasure will have you eating in not only the yummiest and most chic restaurants, but also being seen in the city’s nicest bars, cafés, and beautiful tea salons.
• Chartier, authentic traditional brasserie opened in 1896
• Jean-Jacques Costes's Café Marly with spectacular views of the Louvre
• Brasserie Lipp, Hemingway's favorite brasserie in Paris
• L'Avenue, the hangout of the beautiful, rich, and famous
• the most elegant bar in Paris, Bar George V
• exclusive hand-illustrated cover
• exclusive hand-illustrated map for each area
• information such as history, design, opening hours, and signature dishes
• hand-illustrated postcard
• softcover with a sturdy PVC jacket
About the Series:
More bang for your buck! "... a fast-food, high-energy fix on the topic at hand." The New York Times Book Review
About the editor:
Angelika Taschen studied art history and German literature in Heidelberg, gaining her doctorate in 1986. Working for TASCHEN since 1987, she has published numerous titles on architecture, photography, design, contemporary art, interiors, and travel.
About the photographer:
Swiss-born Vincent Knapp (1957-2007) lived and worked in Paris for over two decades as a free-lance photographer, notably for Conde Nast magazines such as Architectural Digest, Vogue, and The World of Interiors.