Writer Jane Sigal hit every arrondissement in Paris in search of culinary brilliance. Here's what she found: sensational restaurants, some in the city's farthest reaches; wine bars with fantastic food; and pâtisseries where the baker is as obsessed with seasonality, inventive flavors and ingredient sourcing as a chef. Rounding out our Paris travel guide: delicious French recipes from three of Sigal's favorite finds and five stunning new hotels.

By Food & Wine
Updated March 31, 2015

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Paris Travel Guide:

Best New Paris Restaurants

From haute to casual, the hottest Paris restaurant tables.

Left: At Sola, Japanese chef Hiroki Yoshitake serves elegant dishes like a fennel velouté with citrus oil.

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Paris Travel Guide:

Fantastic Paris Wine Bars

Five hot Paris wine bars with amazing wines and food.

Left: Le Verre Volé has a deep selection of natural wines.

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Paris Travel Guide:

Great Paris Bakeries

Trendsetting French boulangeries and pâtisseries.

Left: Neo-boulanger Gontran Cherrier is fond of playing with flavors that would shock the old guard, from squid ink to cumin.

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Paris Travel Guide:

Stunning Paris Hotels

Five fabulously chic new Paris hotels.

Left: After a two-year renovation, Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris opened with interiors by Philippe Starck.

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Paris Travel Guide:

Top Paris Chocolate Shops

Six Paris chocolate shops for cutting-edge French sweets.

Left: Marshmallows and more at the Paris chocolate shop Meert.

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Wonderful French Dishes:

Classic French Recipes

French Desserts

French Pairings

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