Apero at INARO – Paris
5 août 2015 § 6 Commentaires
« Apéro » is the French equivalent of an afterwork with wine, cheese and ham. It is not a meal – rather a goûter for adult because of alcohol. Apéro is the best moment to discover typical french food: fromage (cheese), saucisson (ham) with a loaf of bread. If you want to have an apéro « dans les règles de l’art », I recommend you Inaro, a place where I bring visiting friends who enjoy drinking wine and are not afraid of strong cheese and spicy ham. Located few steps away from Place de la République, you will find stools or comfy chairs in the back of the bar which can accomodate groups of several people.
After living 20 years in France, I am still not an expert in wine so when I have to make a choice, I take the bottle with the prettiest label or buy the one which had the unanimous approval of the journalists of the M Magazine. Until now, choosing wine this way has never been a disappointment. At Inaro, non connoisseurs like me are welcome as you choose your blanc, rouge or rosé according to your mood. They have a large selection of ham from France and Spain: Saucissons de Lyon, Lomo (beef ham) from Maison Arturo Sanchez and Jambon de Paris. If you are a cheese lover you are also at the good place: I can’t remember their names but I finished all the plate! The bread for spreading your butter and cheese was very fresh with a crisp crust.