Joanna Walsh

Joanna Walsh

Oxford & Paris

Joanna is an illustrator and writer, and runs the Webby-Award-winning blog, www.badaude.typepad.com.

She is currently working on a book about London for Tate London and another about Paris.  She is Stylebible's Paris Editor. 

What does she love about Paris? Everything from high fashion to low bars; from cocktails at Bar Hemingway to mint tea in Menilmont; from cafe creme for breakfast to champagne at midnight.

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The House of Charles Worthington

Just when you thought that all high-end hairdressing experiences had become depressingly similar, ol’ Mr. Worthington comes to the rescue. I assumed...

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

The problem with writing about Le Manoir is, where do I start? Should it be with the golden-stone manor house restored to perfection by Raymond Blanc...

The Zetter Townhouse

The Zetter Hotel has set the standard for the new East End for almost a decade- it’s sleek modern cool defining Clerkenwell’s journey from city...

Sous les Cerisiers

Chef Sakura Franck is a true French revolutionary. After training in Japan she cooked and taught her way across America and Asia before stopping to...

Le Café de Flore

This famous literary hangout is still a place of pilgrimage for tourists wanting to catch a whiff of old-school Saint Germain. Like all landmark...

La Cantine de Quentin

My secret place by the busy Canal Saint Martin. Just off the Canal, this new winebar has a neighborhood feel with an inventive modern French menu....

Atelier Maitre Albert

If you haven’t heard of Guy Savoy, you haven’t heard of French food. His eponymous restaurant gained a staggering 3 Michelin stars in 2002. I’m not...

Au Père Louis

Au Pere Louis is a wine bar and restaurant smack in the middle of Saint Germain so there’s always a goodtime atmosphere. The wine bar’s at the front...

La Belle Hortense

Across the road form the Au Petit Fer à Cheval. If you just can’t squeeze into the Cheval’s tiny bar, this bookshop/winebar, named after the novel by...

Macéo

Sometimes you want to visit a Paris restaurant that is completely comme il faut: the crystal glasses, the silver cutlery, the penguin-suited waiters...
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