» » Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris

eBook Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris epub

by Sandra Gustafson

eBook Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris epub
  • ISBN: 0811829200
  • Author: Sandra Gustafson
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books; 9th edition (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 296 pages
  • ePUB size: 1850 kb
  • FB2 size 1114 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi mbr rtf


Start by marking Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris as Want to Read .

Start by marking Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Are you sure you want to remove Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris from your list? .

Are you sure you want to remove Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris from your list? Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris. Published January 1, 2001 by Chronicle Books. 1. Eat and drink a block or two away from the main boulevards and tourists attractions.

I had never heard of these until I became addicted to this site and can't believe what I've been missing.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sandra Gustafson books . Sandra Gustafson's Great Sleeps Italy.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sandra Gustafson books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Cheap Eats in London.

Sandra Gustafson"s beloved travel guides (more than 350,000 copies sold in the series) are poised to find their widest popular audience with the exciting .

Sandra Gustafson"s beloved travel guides (more than 350,000 copies sold in the series) are poised to find their widest popular audience with the exciting re-launch of these best-selling series titles. Joining Great Eats and Great Sleeps Paris, Sandra"s guides to London and Italy have been completely revised and updated, retooled and retitled, with new maps, streamlined layout, expanded listings, and more detailed neighborhood coverage.

Sandra Gustafson s Great Sleeps in Paris (Sandra Gustafson) For nearly 20 years, savvy travelers have trusted Sandra Gustafson for real finds and great value abroad. Completely revised, this beloved guide offers in-the-know tips on the best value for your money and most unique places to stay in the City of Light.

For nearly 20 years, savvy travelers have trusted Sandra Gustafson for real finds and great value abroad

For nearly 20 years, savvy travelers have trusted Sandra Gustafson for real finds and great value abroad. Completely revised, this beloved guide offer sin-the-know tips on the best value for your money and most unique places to eat in the City of Light. With practical advice on transportation, reservations, holidays, and even shopping tips, the Great series is the ticket to discovering Paris at its best.

Savvy travelers trust Sandra Gustafson for real finds and great value when eating and sleeping abroad. Completely revised, with new maps and more detailed neighborhood coverage, these beloved guides offer first-time and veteran visitors alike in-the-know tips on the best-priced places to eat and stay in the City of Light--each revisited or newly discovered for these new editions. Proven favorites in this popular series, Sandra's lively, detailed, and personal reviews combine to create the essential travel guide and the perfect companion for anyone in search of the out-of-the-way, unusual, fun, and true flavor of Paris. With practical advice on transportation, reservations, holidays, and even shopping tips, here's the ticket to discovering Paris at its best.
Comments: (7)
Tygrafym
This has been described as a food guide for real people, which I think means people who can't afford to go to Michelin-starred restaurants for every Paris meal. That's a pretty fair description for the guide--an update of earlier "Cheap Easts in Paris" guides by the same author, Sandra Gustafson.

I'm just back from a visit to Paris and I can honestly say that I used this guide several times. I like the way Gustafson has organized the book, by sections of the city and I like her straightforward analysis of the restaurants and their bills of fare. She doesn't waste time on her own experiences at these places which has been the case in at least one other recent Paris guide. The two restaurants from the guide that we tried were accurately described, although prices have gone up since the book was published in 2007. Gustafson's intro chapters explaining the various kinds of eateries in Paris is also helpful for the first time or infrequent visitor to the city.

As useful as this book and others like it (Time Out, Patricia Wells' books, etc.) are, no single food critic or guide can do justice to the vast number of meritorious cafes, bistros, brasseries and restaurants that populate nearly every block or two of the city. A visitor to Paris can usually find a perfectly fine place to eat every time by following a gut instinct and by avoiding places with obvious tourist menus (national flags printed on the cover) or surrounded by shops selling souvenirs. (It's generally a good idea to eat at least a block away from any major tourist attraction.)

Gustafson's effort is a good one and we can hope that she will bring out a new version sometime soon.
Goldcrusher
I had older versions,f "Cheap East in Paris" as well as "Cheap Sleeps in Paris" and didn't go wrong on both accommodations and restaurants, choosing hotels twice and restaurants several times. I bought these newer versions prior to a return trip to Paris. The information is very detailed about both food and décor.
Cordabor
Sandra Gustafson has been reviewing Parisian restaurants for a long time. She's right on the money, review-wise. Some of our favorite restaurants to which we return on every trip (A La Biche au Bois, Le Petit Saint Benoit for sure)were from her earlier book "Cheap Eats in Paris".

The only problem is that restaurants change and a book with a 2007 copyright (meaning it was written in 2006) is beginning to get old.

There's nothing worse than pitching up to a restaurant only to find that it's no longer there.

And the world has changed. There are lots of bloggers on Paris restaurants that are more up to date.

So I would not buy her book (or any restaurant review book) if the copyright was more than 1-2 years past.

Note: My purchase of this book was in May, 2007 shortly after it was published.
Falya
I happened across a copy of Great Eats Paris by accident. I was in love the first time I opened it. I was going to Paris a week later and when I arrived, I never left without it! My previous trips to Paris have always been hit or miss when it came to eating out. However after 10 days I never ate at one bad restaurant, except of course for a recommendation from a friend. Of course, those that go for Italian instead of French food in PARIS should be disapointed.
Brajind
I don't know just how much you need a book on Paris restaurants that only reviews certain ones. That's what this one does. We found we were rarely near one of the reviewed restaurants and had to decide on nearby or convenient places on our own. Much to our surprise, we were almost always happy with where we ate. Plus, eating was secondary to our other interests, such as museums, parks, etc. But, if eating is your focus, then this book is a must. She's objective and quite thorough. And, there is a lot of variety. Of course, as you will find out, there is no such thing as a good "Cheap" restaurant in Paris. Be prepared to spend some money.
Jonide
A friend in Paris recommended the book and highlighted what she liked best. My daughter took it with her on a trip to Paris and found it very useful.
Gigafish
Her books have helped me eat well at a fair price in Paris and elsewhere.
This book is out of date. I was in Paris in July 2006- both restaurants I tried to go to were closed- La Cameleon and I can't remember what the other one was. Ms. Gustafson's descriptions are nice, but wait for the next edition (I had 2004's 10th.)
eBooks Related to Sandra Gustafson's Great Eats Paris
Contacts | Privacy Policy | DMCA
All rights reserved.
lycee-pablo-picasso.fr © 2016-2020