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Le Pigalle, Paris: hotel review

We head across Channel to Le Pigalle, a boutique hotel finding a niche amid the sex shops and strip clubs of an up-and-coming Paris neighbourhood

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Laura Goodman

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Laura ate mostly tagliatelle and yoghurt until she was about 17. Now she eats everything. You just try and stop her. Over the last few years she's chased cheeseburgers in Texas, caramels in Paris, plates of carbonara in Rome, tacos and tamales in Mexico and truffles in Piedmont. She still loves tagliatelle, though – she's loyal like that.

The World's 50 Best Bars 2015: London's winners

On 8 October, this year's 50 Best Bars were announced. We've got the lowdown on the list, as well as the list's London bars, including winner Artesian

Alain Ducasse on ten years of cooking in London and the capital's love affair with French cuisine

The legendary French chef talks to us about giving to and taking from the food scene in London, and what makes a three-Michelin-starred restaurant

The World's 50 Best Bars 2016: London's winners

All you need to know about the movers, shakers and new kids on the block in this year's iconic World's 50 Best Bars list

Prêt à changer: how London is falling back in love with French food

Whether it’s classic dishes cooked to perfection or food from the southern regions and beyond, a raft of new restaurants is reminding us just why we love French cuisine so much

Flavour of the Week: Paradise by way of Kensal Green

Is it a gastropub? Is it a club? Is it a fine-dining experience? Put simply, Paradise by way of Kensal Green is all three at once

The Escapist: Ben Murphy on giving up on football to become a top-level chef

Chef Ben Murphy had to reassess when a sporting injury forced him to rethink his career. Since then, though, he's cooked in some of Europe's best kitchens

The big time: an inside look at Ave Mario, London's largest new opening

Amid the buzz of new opening Ave Mario, we talk to the Big Mamma group – also of Gloria Trattoria and Circolo Poplare – and find out why bigger is always better