6 Approved Restaurants for After Your Time Travel to Montmartre tour

Delicious non-touristy options in Paris’ Montmartre neighborhood. Where to grab a bite in the quaint neighborhood of Montmartre in Paris! Anyone who knows me knows that Montmartre is one of my absolute favorite parts of Paris! The winding paved streets! The art galleries! The Sacre Coeur! THE FOOD! Like all over this wonderful city, Montmartre[…]

Unforgettable Fruit Tart with Swiss Meringue

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. Need a chic Parisian dessert? This one will delight your entourage. I have a few French dessert recipes that are staples to my cuisine when I really want to impress someone. And you know what they say: the way to[…]

7 approved Saint-Germain restaurants for after your Night tour

Where to eat in Saint-Germain / the north Latin Quarter You’ve just finished Secrets of the Night tour, our beautiful and fun evening tour. Here’s where to grab dinner… Have you ever been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of restaurants in Paris, and found it difficult to avoid tourist trap restaurants? You are NOT alone.[…]

Learn about French Food: 7 super tasty ways

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. You can never have enough French cuisine in your life… but what actually is French cuisine? French cuisine is like that one distant cousin of yours who always dresses in round sunglasses, black turtlenecks, and pleated dress pants: a little[…]

6 approved restaurants for after your Seine tour

Where to eat around the Grand Palais/ Champs-Elysees / Invalides You’ve just finished Paris Along the Seine, our best Paris introductory tour….here’s where to take a load off and fill your bellies… Have you struggled to avoid tourist trap restaurants during your first days in Paris? You are so not alone. I’m constantly being asking[…]

6 approved Marais restaurants for after your Jewish History tour

You’ve just finished one of our most popular walking tours…here’s where to take a load off and fill your bellies! Have you been hungry in Paris before, and found it overwhelming to avoid tourist trap restaurants? You are so not alone. I’m constantly being asking for restaurant recommendations by clients: specifically recommendations on where to[…]

French restaurant etiquette: the essentials

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. What’s normal at a Parisian restaurant? You’ve heard it, I’m sure. Paris restaurants are awful! The food takes too long! Servers aren’t friendly! It’s expensive! Yep. Paris has a pretty bad rap. I promise you though, this is not always[…]

5 Unique Instagrammable restaurants in Paris

Restaurants to make your Instagram stand out: we’ve got you covered. Oh, Instagram! This has got to be our favorite social media site, here at Sight Seeker’s Delight. If you’re anything like me or millions of other users, it’s one of your favorites as well! Instagram is filled with pretty sunsets, stylish fashion, literally MILLIONS[…]

Authentic French cooking in 7 easy recipes

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. Improve your French cooking in one week with these no-fail recipes. Do you like food? I mean… you probably do. Most people do. And if you’ve stumbled upon this article it’s safe to say you’re also fairly into French cuisine[…]

French vegetarian quiche

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. This easy quiche recipe will definitely impress your friends – vegetarian and meat-eaters alike. I used to think I didn’t like quiche. Too dry, too spongy, too flavorless, just… meh. You know what I mean? Have you had this experience?[…]

Good coffee in Paris: don’t miss these 6 cozy and uncommon cafes

These can’t miss Parisian cafes will have you wanting to snuggle up with a good book and a delicious beverage any time of year! So you’ve finally made it to Paris for your dream vacation. But… eeek! The weather is less than spectacular. OR, the weather is great but you’re feeling a little jet lagged[…]

Galette des Rois (King Cake) five-star recipe

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. What’s the big deal with the King Cake dessert? It’s that time of the year – no, not for making resolutions to eat healthier, silly. It’s the month of the galette des rois, or King Cake! What is it? Why,[…]

French winter cheese and wine: Checklist

Wine and cheese go together like… Peanut butter and chocolate… …cupcakes and frosting… …the stars and the moon… Must we go on?! We’re sure you’ve all heard what a great pairing wine and cheese make, but do you know why? Do you know which wines to serve with which cheeses (and why)? Do you know[…]

French holiday traditions: celebrate à la Française

How exactly do the French get down for Christmas and New Years? I know what you’re thinking – if we’re celebrating the same holidays how different can it get? Well… get ready to be shocked and amazed, non-French people. We’ve mapped out the major winter holidays of Christmas and New Years to give you an[…]

Complete Guide: How to host an authentic French holiday dinner party

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. A complete A-Z guide on how to wow your guests with a perfect French meal Do you want to add a French touch to your holiday meals this year? The French can through some pretty epic dinner parties. Chic settings,[…]

French holiday drink guide: 9 festive options to try this year

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. Cocktails and drinks to bring a Parisian touch to your holidays Do you reminisce endlessly about your time in Paris? Are you looking to make your holiday celebrations a bit more chic? And dare I say… a bit more boozy?[…]

2017 Paris Holiday Market Guide

Upated Paris Christmas Markets, everything you need to know: which markets are best, opening days, pros, cons, and a map Do you call it Marché de Noël? Christmas market? Holiday market? Christkindlmarkt? Well, whatever you call it, these little markets are an pretty fun part of winter in Paris. But there are so many of[…]