Although the French capital of gastronomy may be known for its meaty saucissons and quenelles, Lyon also has its fair share of sweet specialities.
We spoke to Patricia at La Fromagerie in Marylebone to share our love for cheese and get some expert tips about how to get savvy with le bon fromage.
When you’re looking to French-ify your life, embracing cheese culture is an essential, bien sûr which is where you'll find our francophile guide to london an essential.
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A different way to meet the French: enjoying vintage French music and dance in London.
While the nation’s favourite puppet fills theatres with laughter and smiles throughout France, the story behind Guignol began in the streets of Lyon.
Bastille Day celebrations enjoyed with equal vibrancy across the channel in London, England.
The first international exhibition solely dedicated to the French couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier is making its final stop in the designer’s favourite city. And where else would the eccentric designer feel most at home other than London, the home of unconventional and rule-breaking fashion?
London-born Sir Michael Edwards, a poet, translator and literary critic specialising in French language and literature, has become the first Brit to enter the prestigious Académie française.
In France the crêpe has always had a place at the table, yet there’s no need to cross the Channel to savour an authentic French crêpe. Let Selina take you on a tour of the best crêperies popping up all over England's capital.