Chef globe-trotter et cuisine hors frontière : rendez-vous sous les oliviers pour une gastronomie de haute voltige et pleine de piquant.
A shortage of tea rooms in Marseille? Raise your eyes as you walk: the British spirit is often to be found upstairs.
The colours to boost the spirits, the bistro benches for their friendliness and the well-lit patio to make it clear that you are in the south.
Just like the so-called “fada” (crackpot) who designed the vertical village housing this restaurant, the chef is ahead of his time.See for yourself!
Delicious squid with garlic, a beef steak grilled over a wood fire, a fine pizza to die for? What do we want? Another carafe of rosé, please!
The cuisine is serious and varied, the setting soothing and the glass roof is a museum piece … Stop! Un Tout Petit Monde wants us to get off here …
Tako-San is the image of Japan. A miniature world where even the street becomes a terrace. Fortunately the portions are exempt from the miniaturisation!
In the middle of a cul-de-sac overflowing with flamboyant bougainvillea, a mauve façade and a rusty sign invite you to open the door for a journey outside time.
In China, a mandarin was a man of culture. Here, he is an ambassador for his country wearing a kitchen apron.
There was a time when a good wine was necessarily a cru bourgeois aged in oak barrels. But now we know better, and we’re letting you in on the secret.