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Not Terrible Near the Sacré-Cœur (Montmartre)—And BOY can the food be terrible around here!

Not Terrible Near the Sacré-Cœur (Montmartre)—And BOY can the food be terrible around here!

RESTAURANTS. According to Julia Moskin at the New York Times, there's an "American culinary invasion" going on in Paris.

RESTAURANTS. According to Julia Moskin at the New York Times, there's an "American culinary invasion" going on in Paris.

Mexico City Travel Guide: The Best Hotels, Restaurants, and Bars in Mexico City - Condé Nast Traveler

Mexico City Travel Guide: The Best Hotels, Restaurants, and Bars in Mexico City - Condé Nast Traveler

Restaurant Guy Savoy—a gourmet institution—recently moved to the top floor of the oldest factory in Paris: the French mint! A series of dining rooms decorated in shades of charcoal and brown and punctuated with compelling art is set along ten-foot-tall windows overlooking the Seine. Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti; guysavoy.com

Restaurant Guy Savoy—a gourmet institution—recently moved to the top floor of the oldest factory in Paris: the French mint! A series of dining rooms decorated in shades of charcoal and brown and punctuated with compelling art is set along ten-foot-tall windows overlooking the Seine. Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti; guysavoy.com

2nd arrondissement"At Frenchie, down the narrow rue du Nil, not far from Les Halles, chef Gregory Marchand serves inventive dishes inspired by organic ingredients." —"The French Culinary Scene Today"Restaurant Info: Frenchie

2nd arrondissement"At Frenchie, down the narrow rue du Nil, not far from Les Halles, chef Gregory Marchand serves inventive dishes inspired by organic ingredients." —"The French Culinary Scene Today"Restaurant Info: Frenchie

Oh the many culinary delights of Paris, from goose fat fried potatoes to sole meuniere to the simple pleasures of an almond croissant. h

Oh the many culinary delights of Paris, from goose fat fried potatoes to sole meuniere to the simple pleasures of an almond croissant. h

The Swedish chef Petter Nilsson comes home from Paris with a playful attitude toward traditional fare.

The Swedish chef Petter Nilsson comes home from Paris with a playful attitude toward traditional fare.

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