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  • Bistrot Victoires

    Just a 15 minute walk from the Louvre, this cute, cosy bistro is in a central location yet somehow always manages to have a free table and super fast, friendly service. I loved this place because they serve some very good traditional french dishes (I would recommend...

    0 by Itxaso, one year ago
  • Café des 2 Moulins

    If you like movies you probably seen or at least heard about Amélie, a film about a parisian girl who sees the world in a colorful and beautiful way. If you never heard of it or never seen it, stop what you're doing and go watch it now! Paris is definetly a great...

    0 by Ethel, one year ago
  • Du Pain et des Idées

    Yes, it is literally the best one. It was with almond and huge. You can have it for 3. 50 Euros and it would worth it believe me! And also you should try escargot with red fruits. But you should catch it because it can be sold out the one which is with red fruits. As...

    0 by Gülşen, one year ago
  • PNY burger

    A little restaurant in Paris. This place in Paris is full of restaurants and bars. The restaurant is really cute and the burgers are amazing. You can drink original beers. Their fries are good too. I ate here with a friend, I took the fries with creme, just amazing....

    0 by flavia, one year ago
  • Chez Prosper

    Small cafe that is often busy. Excellently-priced, good quality food: the servings are generous and the atmosphere is nice. For those who plan to visit, do not hesitate to try their enormous salads, and their desserts: all have been tested and all have been approved!

    0 by Kinsey, one year ago
  • Pierre Hermé

    Pierre Hermé along with Ladurée, are the best shops to buy the 'famous' macarons. Macarons are a kind of two round biscuits with a cream inside. There are many flavours and they are quite striking colours. Although I lived in Strasbourg for around 8 months, I didn't...

    0 by Beth, 2 years ago
  • La Recyclerie

    La Recyclerie is a brunch and coffee place built in an old subway station. It has been entirely furnished with recycled material (chairs, tables...) which gives the place a vintage vibe. You can go there to eat something or have a drink. Everything there is organic and...

    0 by Laure, 2 years ago
  • Le Petit Grèque

    Le Petit Grèque is one of the best Creperies in Paris. Actually, there is a ranking, which puts it under the ten best. It was on one of my first days in Paris that I had my first crepe there. After our evaluation exam for our level in French we wanted to go and eat...

    0 by Nadine, 2 years ago
  • Creperie Tutti Frutti

    While in Trouville in the Normandie, I went for a Crepe in the Creperie Tutti Frutti. The Crepes there were sooo amazing, you cannot even imagine. Even though being still full from lunch we had before, I was talked into trying one of the crepes. And as I thought, ok...

    0 by Nadine, 2 years ago
  • You-japonese restaurant

    The restaurant You, I consider as the best japonese restaurant in Paris. The restaurant is at rue Sainte-Anne and offers a huge variaty of traditional japonese dishes as katsudon, sobas, nabeyaki udon, mizo soup, tempura and sushi. The daily menu is between 11h00 and...

    0 by Julia, 3 years ago
  • Christophe Roussel macarons shop

    I love macaron so much and finally I found a place where this little sweets are delicious. I mean they are usually good, but in Christophe Roussel's shops are excellent. It is exactly how I imagine a macaron should be. Soft, not too sweet, fresh and tastes real. I...

    0 by Julia, 3 years ago
  • L'Aristide Café

    I discovered L'Aristide Café when I've been to Paris. We were looking for a nice place to eat lunch at Montmartre and we stopped at L'Aristide Café because the price was reasonable, the place was looking good enough and the waiters were friendly. These are the first...

    0 by Julia, 3 years ago
  • Pan Asie Restaurant

    After i went back to see the pictures i used for my posts of japanese food in sydney, I began to realise just how much i really need that same type of japanese food. It was one of those days when i got lost and stumbled upon an all you can eat, japanese restaurant....

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • L'as du Felafel

    I must admit that as I'm moving into my second month here in Paris, the best part about this city is that there's always something new to discover. For this edition, I would like to take you to a place that was introduced by a friend of mine, in Le Marais. We will be...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Patisserie Sud Tunisien

    The food adventure continues here in Paris. France has a strong reputation for having some of the finest and most mouth watering desserts. Should I name a few? Well, the most common ones are probably macarons, which are seen as an elegance and almost like a luxury good...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Burgers And Fries

    Looking through the topics of my previous posts, it's fair to make a judgement of me at this very point that I love food. I love everything about it from a nice brunch to some guilty pleasure junk food. For this very post, I would like to share a new discovery to you...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Maison Larnicol

    Have you ever wonder what the most perfect french dessert tastes like? As this point, many of you may dream of the common choices like the creme brûlée, eclairs, macarons or profiteroles. But i must say, the real deal is something that is complicated to pronounce, but...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Panorama Gourmand Belleville

    By popular demand, in other words, my current mood, I would like to share with you guys another boulangerie, but not just another boulangerie in Paris. This is a cafe that has a killer view of the city just a stone throw away, and you may think, oh great, another random...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Montesino

    For a city - and country - so well-known around the world for its amazing cuisine and elegance that comes with it, there is no such thing as “enough” of fresh made breads and viennoiseries. It saying this, I would like to introduce to you my current, and unmatched...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago
  • Toritcho

    Let me take you to another trip of food, but this time, Japanese right here in Paris. I would like to share a place that I had gone to for dinner on a Sunday night, with a friend who is as Japanese - at heart - as I am. Now that I’ve set up for what is to come,...

    0 by Oat, 4 years ago

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