Meet Kobus Botha, a chef from South African who has made a name for himself in France as the barbecue king!
Meet Casey Laulala, a Samoan rugby player turned Paris restauranteur. He talks about how his life in the sports world taught him how to run a Paris restaurant.
New episode: It’s David Lebovitz talking about French drinks, the 11th arrondissement, and his new book.
You’re in Paris. You want a good coffee. You want some great pancakes. You want to be treated well. So …
New episode: Exploring the sixth arrondissement with Laurel and Kaysa from Treize au jardin cafe.
It’s here: The Earful Tower’s complete guide to Paris.
New episode: Australian in Paris Michael Kennedy from the Paname Brewing Company talks about craft beer, the 19th arrondissement, and how to get through French red tape.
Paris wine expert Geoffrey Finch talks wine, hidden vineyards, and grapes in Paris.
New episode: Nico from KB coffee shop explains how the Pigalle neighbourhood has changed from red lights and seedy bars to cool coffee shops and cocktail bars.
New episode: It’s Amanda from Boneshaker Doughnuts talking pastry, Paris, and picture-perfect donuts.
You hear a lot of talking about how to save money in Paris. But this week, it’s all about how to spend, with tips from luxury travel writer Leah Walker.
Here are ten great places to eat and drink in Paris, according to Carin Olsson from Paris in Four Months.
NEW EPISODE! It’s the 100th episode of The Earful Tower podcast. To mark it, celebrity chef David Lebovitz came into the studio for a chat about food, Christmas, and Paris.
NEW EPISODE: All things chocolate and France, from the man who gives the sweetest walking tours in Paris.
Shhhh. Here are the best hidden bars in the City of Light, according to Forest Collins from 52 Martinis.
The man, the myth, the Macron. Here’s journalist Adam Plowright talking about the French president, followed by tips on the best macarons in Paris.
A restaurant for every Paris arrondissement, according to Lindsey Tramuta from Lost in Cheeseland.
Season 3, episode 1. Here’s how to make the most of French food markets, according to Clotilde from Chocolate and Zucchini.