Eating & Drinking In Paris

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Open Road, Apr 8, 2008 - Travel - 128 pages
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Nothing can make a trip to Paris more enjoyable and rewarding than a great dining experience – but you have to know what to order! This handy guide helps readers navigate French menus while also steering people to great Parisian restaurants, bistros, cafes, wine shops, food markets and the like. The bulk of the book is the most comprehensive menu reader available, translating thousands of French words into English. There are also sections on restaurant etiquette, a pronunciation guide, English-to-French phrases and words, Parisian neighborhoods from a dining perspective, and descriptions of the many different kinds of food and eating establishments in Paris.



“ opinionated little compendium...the right size for a traveler"– New York Times


“Those fearless culinary travelers Michael Dillon and Andy Herbach have done it again. This time they have ventured deep into the culinary heart of France--Paris to be exact--in search of authentic French cuisine. They have left no bistro, brasserie, cafe, cheese shop, chocolate shop, creperie, deli, food market, pastry shop, restaurant, rotisserie, sweet shop, tea shop or wine bar untouched while doing the research for this irresistible little guide.” –Chicago Tribune


"...a terrific primer for first time visitors...a pack-along must for the less-adventurous eater." -Houston Chronicle


"Get an Eiffel, earful, mouthful." –Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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About the author (2008)

Andy Herbach is a lawyer and professional travel writer.nbsp; He is co-author of Open Road’s ‘Eating & Drinking’ menu-translator guides to Paris, Italy, Spain, and Latin America, and is also the author of Open Road’sParis Made Easy, Open Road’s Best of Paris,Open Road’s Best of Provence & the French Riviera, Europe Made Easy, Berlin Made Easy,andAmsterdam Made Easy.Michael Dillon is the illustrator.

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