Guillaume's Paris

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Guillaume's Paris

Chef Guillaume Brahimi finishes his tour of Paris with an exploration of the bohemian hub of the city including a degustation of Parisian beer, and the fascinating neighbourhood of Edith Piaf.

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Season 1
Chef Guillaume Brahimi explores the 17th and 18th arrondissements of Paris where some of the best kept culinary secrets can be found, including a mushroom farm in an underground carpark, and the last remaining vineyard producing Parisian wine.
Guillaume visits Nature Urbaine, the largest rooftop garden in Europe, and uses some of their fresh produce to make a healthy spring salad. To finish his journey, Guillaume goes shopping at Hugo Desnoyer, one of the best butchers in Paris.
Chef Guillaume Brahimi explores the 13th and 14th Arrondissements of Paris which have both had a huge impact on the cuisine of the city. Guillaume visits the artistic neighbourhood of Montparnasse where 'bistro culture' was born, and eats at Le Dome Cafe, one of the historic cafes frequented by Pablo Picasso.
Chef Guillaume Brahimi explores the 11th and 12th arrondissements of Paris to discover best food experiences in the city. Guillaume visits the chocolate factory of Alain Ducasse, a legend of French gastronomy making his mark on this popular delicacy.
Chef Guillaume Brahimi explores the 9th and 10th arrondissements of Paris to discover the locations for the best coffee and bread in the city, and he shows us how to make a decadent French classic - the onion soup. He also visits Opera Garnier, the most spectacular music venue in the city, which happened to inspire a famou...
With a base of caramelised onions and veal stock, this special French onion soup takes things to the next level with comté cheese!
Season 1
Chef Guillaume Brahimi enjoys the finer things in Paris life that can only be found in the 7th and 8th Arrondissements, including a visit to the iconic Jules Verne restaurant in the Eiffel Tower.
A crisp, golden pie filled with duck and foie gras.
Season 1
Guillaume Brahimi discovers some of the wonderful bistros in the 5th and 6th arrondissements, and meets Yves Camdeborde, the creator of the 'Bistronomy' food movement which has taken over Paris and the world.
Chef Guillaume Brahimi explores the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris to meet some legends of the city's food scene. Guillaume visits Marche des Enfants Rouges, the oldest covered market in Paris serving an abundance of international cuisine. He samples the famous falafel that locals wait for hours to order, and he trie...
French chef Guillaume Brahimi returns to the city that made his reputation and follows the story of food through Paris' twenty arrondissements. In the first episode, Guillaume explores Paris to discover where the very first restaurant was opened, and he visits a Michelin star restaurant on Rue du Nil, one of the most excit...