Books About Paris
Books About Paris and France
The Historic Restaurants of Paris: A Guide to Century-Old Cafes, Bistros, and Gourmet Food Shops by Ellen Williams
A fun guide to some of the more interesting places to eat or purchase food in Paris.
The Zagat survey polls diners for their responses to restaurants. Conflicting or unanimous opinions are quoted, and reflected in the simple rating system. A quick way to find a good place to eat in Paris!
Lonely Planet Paris by Steve Fallon, Tony Wheeler
The Lonely Planet guides are always right on the money for those on a budget. Alternative suggestions for lodging, eating, and entertainment in Paris are difficult to find, and therefore very welcome. Definitely for those who travel to a different drummer.
The Paris Cookbook by Patricia Wells
Patricia Wells is the restaurant critic for the International Herald Tribune and has written other bestselling cookbooks. This book covers all the bases of French cuisine including entrees (starters), soups, salads, main dishes, breads, & desserts. If you like gourmet cooking, this book will tantalize your taste buds!
Paris is a city made for walking and exploring. This well organized book will greatly enhance your Paris experience with maps, tours, history, recommendations, and themes.