No cuisine says romance like French. Its mystique is as carefully crafted as the cuisine itself.
A Complete Cultural Phenomenon
The roots of today's food magazines and celebrity chefs go back to the French, who not only invented the restaurant and haute cuisine but also the literary tradition that champions them.
High Food IQ
Not content to just “shovel it in,” the French take personal and national pride in being well informed about what they eat and drink, where the ingredients come from and how they are produced.
The Fancy and the Familiar
Developed, defined and refined in France, haute cuisine marks the pinnacle of fine dining. But the French also love their casual bistros, where classic dishes are offered at reasonable prices.
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