Press

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The Paris Kitchen is honored and humbled to have received numerous mentions and accolades in the press.

When it comes to uncovering Paris’s hidden food gems, Wendy Lyn is known for being the ultimate resource.


The Sunday Times Magazine (London):

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USA TODAY: The Secrets to Shopping Paris Food Markets 

USA TODAY logo“Wendy Lyn is the ultimate foodie insider in Paris. We had the keys to the Paris restaurant scene, where she knows everyone. In the end, we would have paid double for our time with her.”

 

NBC’s The Today Show: Discover Culinary Delights on Your Next Foodie Getaway

“Of course you can’t do a food segment without talking about Paris… but first things first, in Paris if you’re going there and haven’t been, find an expert to take you around. I love Wendy Lyn from The Paris Kitchen, the ultimate foodie and connoisseur of all things delicious in Paris…” – Nilou Motamed, features director for Travel + Leisure Magazine, suggests some destinations that offer culinary delight and includes The Paris Kitchen Food Tours.

 

Travel + Leisure: Insider’s Food Guide to Paris

“Soulful bistros, hidden wine bars, historic patisseries…all are a part of T+L’s insider’s guide to Paris. “Everyone comes to Paris to eat,” says Wendy Lyn, “A chatty blond Southerner turned restaurant consultant, blogger, and tour guide who is seemingly on a first-name basis with every “it” chef in Paris.”

 

Travel + Leisure: Ask T+L: European Walking Tours, Hotel Cooking Classes, and More

Q: Can you recommend a few good private walking tours in Europe? A: Food writer Wendy Lyn runs The Paris Kitchen, with three-hour walks on the Left Bank, stopping to sample local specialties such as foie gras from the Périgord.

 

The Wall Street Journal: One of the Top Ten Culinary Guides in the World

“Wendy Lyn is renowned for her half-day Left Bank food and wine tours of Paris, which start at a local food market and end in a wine bar. Everything is tailor made for between two to four people.”

UNITED Airlines Hemispheres Magazine: 3 Perfect Days in Paris: A Foodie’s View of the City

“There’s nothing more tragic than eating badly in Paris. Wendy Lyn, the force behind The Paris Kitchen, is an American expat who has been in Paris for 21 years and counts its top chefs as family. Lyn’s food tours take in the best bakeries and artisanal foods, ensuring that you steer clear of mediocre croque monsieurs.”

 

The New York Times:   “Follow Them to the Food: Local Guides Share Cities’ Culinary Secrets

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The Chicago Tribune: “How to Eat Like a Parisian”

“Here’s some expert advice from Alexander Lobrano, Wendy Lyn and Dorie Greenspan on how not to stick out like an American sore thumb in French restaurants.” – Bill Daley

 

CBS Sunday Morning: C’est La Vie, A Dog’s Life in France

“If you study the dogs of Paris, you’ll actually learn a lot about the French,” says David Turecamo, who introduces us to Parisian pooches that are the embodiment of savoir faire. Wendy’s cocker spaniels Marie Antoinette & Magnum du Vin are featured dining at their favorite bistro.