Three new Asian restaurants have set up in Amiens this summer

After a slew of fast-food outlets open throughout the year, it seems that people from Amiens now want to eat Asian food. Even if a good majority of Amiens are on vacation, commercial life does not stop there. Asian restaurants are springing up like shiitakes in the streets of the city center. Thai, Japanese… there’s … Read more

Our 10 favorite restaurants in and around Nîmes

THE FIGARO SELECTION – From chef’s bistros to traveling or locavore tables, gastronomy is on the rise in the Gard prefecture. French Rome has seen its catering offer renew over the past five years. A qualitative offer is deployed there. This bodes well for a city that will present the Maison Carrée in 2023 for … Read more

what changes for you at the start of the school year

If you have restaurant tickets, the measures recently voted in favor of purchasing power will change the way you use them from the start of the school year. Currently, employees benefiting from restaurant tickets can use them up to 19 euros per day for their meal. Now, with the measures of the law on purchasing … Read more

Our 10 favorite restaurants in and around Ajaccio

THE FIGARO SELECTION – From beach huts to traditional inns, young chefs to local institutions, discover our favorite tables in the capital of Corsica and its region. Like the landscape that surrounds the city, the gastronomy of Ajaccio plays with contrasts: fish and lobster caught in the crystal clear waters of the gulf compete for … Read more

The “no show”, this scourge which is expensive for restaurateurs

Empty tables, food thrown in the trash and part of the turnover going up in smoke. Restaurateurs warn of a new phenomenon: “no shows”. Understand: customers who do not go to the restaurant despite their reservation. In the middle of the tourist season, the phenomenon jeopardizes a good number of establishments already weakened by the … Read more

La Grenouillère boosts the image of La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil

THE CHIEFS WHO BRING THEIR VILLAGES TO LIFE (6/6) – The small town of Pas-de-Calais benefits from the notoriety of Alexandre Gauthier’s 2-star restaurant, whose expansion it supports. These cooks are the beating heart of towns with less than 1,000 inhabitants, which they support by using local production, by recruiting and by multiplying tables, hotels … Read more

Ten good restaurants open in Paris in August

THE FIGARO SELECTION – For a brunch, an extended aperitif or a gourmet dinner, discover our favorite tables, new and sure values, which welcome you throughout the month in the capital. The most festive: Tekés (2nd) The festive vegetarian table of the Israeli Assaf Granit and his gang, starred at the neighboring Shabour, is one … Read more

Gilles Goujon, the cook who tames Fontjoncouse

THE CHIEFS WHO BRING THEIR VILLAGES TO LIFE (4/6) – Thirty years ago, the chef, now three-starred, did not receive an enthusiastic welcome. But the new mayor of this village in Aude is helping to oil the machine. These cooks are the beating heart of towns with less than 1,000 inhabitants, which they support by … Read more

Cyril Attrazic, natural ambassador of Aubrac Lozérien

THE CHIEFS WHO BRING THEIR VILLAGES TO LIFE (3/6) – With three restaurants and a hotel project in Aumont-Aubrac, this creative forty-year-old has been involved for more than twenty years in the region where he was born. These cooks are the beating heart of towns with less than 1,000 inhabitants, which they support by using … Read more

Régis Marcon, the lucky star of Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid

THE CHIEFS WHO BRING THEIR VILLAGES TO LIFE (2/6) – For forty-four years, the chef with three macaroons has energized the town of Haute-Loire where he was born. These cooks are the beating heart of towns with less than 1,000 inhabitants, which they support by using local production, by recruiting and by multiplying tables, hotels … Read more