Discover more than 450 of the city’s ultimate culinary destinations, updated for 2013 and tested by Patricia and her team, with concise overview details and focused, dependable commentary. Includes Patricia’s discriminating selection of Paris restaurants, cafes, wine bars, bakeries, pastry shops, chocolate shops, cheese shops, markets and specialty shops.
A map of Paris shows all selected addresses, with color-coded pins and GPS locations to guide you to the best restaurants, shops and markets in the vicinity, wherever you may be. Each destination includes commentary, address, contact phone number and opening hours. App users can call numbers directly, link to web sites and find relevant directions. Photos are included for many destinations.
Search the app contents by category or neighborhood, or by particular restaurant specifics such as price, cuisine type, specialties or restaurant details like vegetarian-friendly or Michelin-star rating.
Browse the full listings across all categories when you're looking for inspiration.
Patricia’s famous dining dictionary (often copied but never equaled) is an A-Z glossary of French culinary terms to help translate menus on the spot.
A list of more than 20 of Patricia's current favorite addresses across Paris. Bookmark your own favorites for a personalized top picks list.
Patricia Wells, author and former New York Times journalist, was global food critic for the International Herald Tribune for more than 25 years. She has written four print editions of The Food Lover’s Guide to Paris and 13 other books, including Bistro Cooking and Trattoria. With her husband, Walter, Patricia has lived in France since 1980 and also runs classes at her popular cooking school – At Home with Patricia Wells – in Paris and Provence.