Paris tip, china town, by Eva in the Kitchen

Paris tip: Chinatown

I know Paris is beautiful. The stately buildings, the wide boulevards, the pretty parks and of course the bridges over the Seine, hung with many, many love locks (So many, that in fact all the weight is...
restaurants to check out while in Paris, by Eva in the Kitchen

8 restaurants on left bank Paris

I recently came across the article 10 Paris Food Secrets the Guidebooks Won't Tell You About on Facebook. It was a post by The Kitchn about eating in Paris, something I'm always interested in, as you know...
The Eva in the Kitchen Paris Food Map

The Eva in the Kitchen Paris Food Map!

Over the years I've been blogging, I've posted many tips on where to eat in Paris. In fact, I've assembled so many tips, that I can imagine it's hard to find the one your looking for. Even I sometimes can't...
Pont Neuf on a beautiful autumn day

8 restaurants you don’t want to miss in Paris

I am one very lucky girl. I get to live in Paris, which is not only one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but also filled with great restaurants. Paris street art Although I'll be the first to...
A view on Paris

Paris summer tips

It’s summer! At least, it should be. I hope it’s sunny where you are. Over here it is 34 C! (93 F) Parisian park Living in a city in summertime can be hard, especially when you have a small...
Carrot cake dessert

Paris restaurant tip: Rachel’s Pont aux Choux

A couple of weeks ago, a new hotspot opened in town. It's called La Maison Plisson and it's a grocery store + restaurant. These kind of mixed concepts are very popular with both Parisians and tourists, just...
Bistrot Augustin kitchen view

Paris restaurant tip: Bistrot Augustin

We discovered Bistrot Augustin about a month and a half ago, and I believe it hasn't been open for much longer. It might be our new favourite go-to darling, good for a night out for two, and equally suitable...
Terrine de canard, Atelier Vivanda

Paris restaurant tip: Atelier Vivanda

Every once in a while, I go out to have lunch with my Dutch friend E., who also lives in Paris. We usually go out to try a new restaurant, and as you all know, that can turn out good, bad or ugly. This...
Crêperie de Josselin

Crêperie de Josselin

You haven't really been to France if you didn't eat a crêpe (thin pancake) at least once! And no, you don't need to have any kids with you to enjoy one, it's a meal for grown-ups too. In most crêperies,...
Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie

A few new Paris restaurant tips

It's been a while since my last Paris tip. Not because I haven't been eating out, because I have, but because I never got around writing a post about the restaurants I've visited. Which is a shame people,...
Pierre Sang restaurant

Paris, Pierre Sang

Sometimes in life, you're just lucky. Lucky to have a day off because it's a national holiday (Ascencion Day), the sun is shining and you're with your favourite Frenchie on the other side of Paris, just to...
Marché des Enfants Rouges

Marché des Enfants Rouges

If you're anywhere near le Marais (3d arrondissement), this market is a must-visit. It's said to be the oldest market in Paris. Park in le Marais I'll admit, it's not really of the beaten track. All the...
Rue Montorgueil

Paris tip, Rue Montorgueil

It's about time for some new tips on where to eat in Paris! One of my favourite streets in Paris is Rue Montorgueil in the 2d arrondissement. Cars are not allowed here and the whole street (and area) is...

Le Plomb du Cantal

This is one of my absolute favourite restaurants. Nothing fancy, and the interior looks a bit like time stood still. But the staff is fantastic, such a well organized team, and they focus on a few classics...
Chez Bebert in Paris

Couscous Chez Bebert in Paris

French cuisine is famous around the world. So it may come as a surprise to you that the national favourite dish today is……. couscous. This North African specialty is now wide spread in France, with...
View at the kitchen at Saturne

Paris, restaurant Saturne

A while ago, I had one of the most extraordinary eating experiences in Paris I've had so far. And while it wasn't cheap, it wasn't that expensive either, considering what you pay in a normal bistrot and...

Couscous in La Grande Mosquée

I do love a good couscous or tagine! There's something so comforting about these dishes, usually served in big bowls and in splendid abundance. Having the whole table being crammed with different platters of...

Jardin du Palais Royal

Just a few steps away from the always insanely busy Louvre you can find a more tranquil and green place to relax a bit after the hustling and bustling around worlds most visited museum. It's a actually a...

Quai d’Orsay, Les Berges

Like in most big cities, it can be difficult to find a place to sit outside when it's warm in Paris. Of course there are parks to hang out and picnic, but if you for example want to have drinks in the sun...