Short on time or first-time visitor? Let me show you my Paris on one of my popular bakery, cheese & lunch tours, they’re awesome! It’s private ... just you and me, lots of local intel, fun vibes, eating & drinking....Read more
Place de la Bastille
Go in-depth. I’ll introduce you to the chefs, restaurateurs, bartenders, and others in the food industry who are shaping a brand new generation of Paris: state-of-the-art coffee roasters, sourdough bakeries, street food rock stars, cheese shops,...Read more
Place de la Bastille
Press & Rave Reviews:
As Seen In: Wall St Journal | New York Times | NBC TODAY | Travel + Leisure | Food & Wine “On a first name basis with every ‘it’ chef in Paris” – Travel + Leisure Magazine “One hyper-connected private guide” – Food & Wine Magazine “Wendy Lyn is Paris’ Ultimate Food Insider” – USA TODAY “One of the Top Ten Culinary Guides in Europe” – The Wall Street Journal “One of the 6 Best Food Tours in the World” – Sunday Times Magazine“If only there were a ‘Wendy’ in every major food city in the world…Barcelona, New York, Venice, London, etc. She’s that good.” – Steve and Molly Read More Rave Reviews Here
Who Is Wendy Lyn?
She’s dubbed “the insider’s insider,” for her hard-won all-access pass within the international culinary community from working as a PR & Restaurant Consultant for the most notable chefs & restaurants in the world. From conceptualizing restaurants with chefs to launching the first US Michelin Guide – Wendy has been based in Paris for over half her life, globetrotting a staggering 200+ days a year on an airplane getting to the next foreign city for the next project. Originally from L.A. (Lower Alabama/Florida Panhandle), Wendy is happily grounded now in her favorite food city where her trusted Southern appeal, high-regard for French food & wine and her energetic genuine fun-style, have endeared her to Paris’ top chefs & industry pros who consider her part of their family.
One of the Top Ten Culinary Guides in EuropeThe Wall Street Journal
On a first name basis with every ‘it’ chef in ParisTravel + Leisure Magazine
When we got back to the states and saw the article in the WSJ, watched Anthony Bourdain’s 100th show, and read Hemisphere magazine we affirmed our believe that our 'Wendy time' took us to the center of the food universe! Our time with her was amazing!...
The best thing we did while in Paris was hire @parisismykitchen for a foodie tour. Wendy, a local New Orleanian, moved to Paris 28 years ago and became a pro on the Paris food scene. She doesn't just bring you to restaurants, she introduces you to the managers, chefs, waiters who have all become...
How do you make a trip to Paris even more memorable? Have Wendy Lyn give you a food & wine tour of Paris. We tasted our way through the 5th and 6th neighborhoods best bakeries, cheese, and wine bars while learning food culture. Wendy is an encyclopedia of Chefs and Restaurants and is happy to share...