Local Eats Paris: A Traveler’s Guide
By Natasha McGuinness
Illustrations by Anne Bentley
With Anne Bentley’s bright illustrations and Natasha McGuinness’s charming descriptions of Parisian treats, Local Eats Paris is a delicious introduction to the best culinary finds in the City of Lights. Just bigger than a passport, this purse-sized guide is ideal for finding the right snack between metro stops, a post-museum latte worthy of a Parisian, or a many-coursed dinner in the French style.
From brioche to bourguignon, and soufflé to pain suisse, McGuinness and Bentley walk readers through the dizzying range of culinary delights that Paris has to offer. First-time visitors and veteran travelers alike will appreciate insightful introductions to the unique and unusual treats found in Paris’s café’s, brasseries, and pâtisseries. Between its whimsical illustrations and its mouth-watering descriptions, Local Eats Paris will give travelers plenty to adore on a foodie fling in the City of Love.
Divided by type of eatery, Local Eats Paris leads readers through patisseries, bistros, fromageries, and common street foods, and even includes handy phrases for ordering like a local.
With its travel-sized format and brightly elegant design, this book will fit alongside chic travel accessories and won’t weigh down a carryon. A delight from start to finish, Local Eats Paris brings the joys of Paris to any bookshelf or coffee table.
Hardcover, 96 pages
5 by 7 inches