Paris is known for its fashions but it is also famed for its restaurants and to help you eat your way through the city we have opened our little culinary book to share 5 delicious addresses.
Princesse Café in the Canal Saint-Martin neighbourhood is a hipster's dream come true for brunch. Eggs Benedict with truffles and mushrooms, breakfast sandwich with bacon and cheddar sauce, and French toast are all on the menu and are best enjoyed with the eatery's selection of natural wines.
Treize au Jardin near Jardin du Luxembourg is where you need to go if you are in the mood for generous servings of a chopped salad, quiche and layered carrot cake. Southern hospitality is key here with this eatery bringing American flavours to the French capital, offering a yummy slice of organic and homemade goodness.
Kimpton St Honoré's Montecito restaurant and bar, named after California's wealthy neighbourhood where Meghan and Harry now reside with Oprah as a neighbour, serves Californian dishes including fish tacos, mac and cheese, and sliders. The best thing on the menu though is the Mystery Cocktail, and if you guess the 5 ingredients used to make it you win a gift.
For a sophisticated cocktail hour Le Drugstore on Avenue des Champs-Elysées is your rendezvous for a French Martini mixed with vodka, Chambord and pineapple juice, and forget simple finger food, here you can order caviar and oysters.
You can't eat your way through Paris without stopping for a moment to indulge in French desserts and the pastry capital of the world's new bakery Liberté on Rue Mouffetard is your ticket to golden pastries, lashings of creams and moist cakes.