Rachel Khoo believes that delicious French food is no longer the preserve of fancy Michelin-starred restaurants. For the last year, this unconventional Cordon Bleu-trained cook and writer has run the smallest restaurant in Paris from her charming little flat. With only enough room to serve four guests, it is here that she has perfected her special twists on classic French dishes.
In Little Paris Kitchen, Rachel invites you to sample her own distinctive "Parisian Cookbook," throwing tired clichés
out of the window and taking you on a beautiful and surprising edible adventure.
Over six episodes, Rachel produces everything from simple suppers to sumptuous patisserie and beautiful gourmet dinners. Rachel is also a vibrant and engaging guide to the hidden parts of Paris, bringing viewers into the markets and shops where she sources the best ingredients, and introduces charming characters. Throughout she reveals the rich diversity of flavours that influence cooking in the French capital, such as Moroccan, Sudanese and Vietnamese.
Whether picnicking by the Seine, rustling up afternoon "goûter," hosting tea parties or cooking intimate food for an intimate dinner, Rachel presents a modern, well rounded, irresistible and utterly unique portrait of French food.