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Le Bal – Paris
8 novembre 2015 § 3 Commentaires
Left in abandon for decades, the City of Paris has decided in 2006 to renovate the space and transform it into a photography gallery. It is hard to believe that there is such place in this area: a children playground is facing the modern building and the surroundings are mostly kebab joints and clothing shops.
But most importantly, you will have to stop at the Bal’s Café as the food is really really.. awesome ! Two chefs, Alice Quillet and Anna Trattles are cooking british inspired dishes with lots of creativity. The week end brunch is quite popular here: pancakes, scones, bacon & eggs.. For cakes, they are the same sold at the coffee shop Ten Belles: pumpkin muffin topped with yogurt, crunchy cookie and the chocolate-raspberry tart.
Where? 6 Impasse de la Défense – 75018 Paris
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. « Lire la suite »
Burger at PNY Paris-New York – Paris
29 juillet 2015 § 2 Commentaires
Most of the people who visit my blog think I spend my time drinking espressos and eating cakes. My close friends know that I indulge myself (a lot!) with « junk food » and balance with healthy food when I cook. The most important point is to have pleasure while eating and when I eat out, I make lots of researches to be sure the place I choose is worth it. I am often said that I am picky when it comes to food, but it is part of our daily lives and we spend an important part of our monthly income on it. When I choose a restaurant I want to know where the vegetable come from, the origins of the meat and if I can, know how the animals were treated. With such criterias, there are not many places left but I know I will enjoy my meal much more being aware of all this information. So yes, if picky means that, I am proudly a « picky girl ».
I had a Korean friend visiting France for the first time, and I remember having never found a burger cooked by the book in Seoul because meat is imported and the bun is often dry. Chez Aline being closed, I brought him to PNY, located on rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, a long street my friend Sarah and I adore for its diversity and impression to be elsewhere.
Tea time at The Peninsula – Paris
20 juillet 2015 § 2 Commentaires
The Peninsula Group opened last August their first European hotel in Paris after four years of careful restoration. It is located close by the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysees, a dream location for anyone visiting the City of Lights. My friend and I were talking about how impressive the palace looked like and we finally decided to book for the Afternoon Tea.