Korean Street Food at le Carreau du Temple – Paris

25 septembre 2015 § 5 Commentaires

Until Sunday, will be held at Le Carreau du Temple a street food festival centered around Korean food with other food trucks as well. Korean food is not yet well known in France, maybe at the exception of the spicy kimchi and the BBQ. The Korean food stalls present here were promoting traditional korean dishes yet unfamiliar to Parisians, such as Tteokbokki, Hop-pang, or seafood Pajeon. They are prepared just in front of you and you are able to see how they are cooked.Carreau du temple Street Food Korean Sugarsheet Paris le MaraisCarreau du temple Street Food Korean Sugarsheet Paris Le marais

The korean chef Pierre Sang was also there and had his own food stall. I tried his Kimchi lentil, not as spicy as I was expecting but strong enough for the Parisians trying Kfood for the first time. If you have never drink Makgeolli or Soju yet, head to the bar to try ! Carreau du temple Street Food Korean Sugarsheet Paris Le marais Hero ChickenCarreau du temple Street Food Korean Sugarsheet Paris Carreau du temple Street Food Korean Sugarsheet Paris 6 TteokbokkiCarreau du temple Street Food temple Korean Sugarsheet Paris 4

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I was there with my two favorite Bloggers, Ugonna from Kphenomen and Grace from La Petite Banane.

Where? At Le Carreau du Temple, 4 rue Eugène Spuller – 75003 until September 27th 2015.


Boot Cafe – Paris

20 mai 2015 § Poster un commentaire

Boot café is the tiniest coffee shop in Paris. The front sign still indicates « Cordonnier », as it used to be a cobbler, today you can find good coffee from Belleville Brûlerie and delicious pastries. Boot cafe paris cute coffee sugarsheet pastry barista flower boot cafe coffee shop paris best

Why is this café special? You will have to stop if you are in the area for the kindness of the baristas, the beautiful flowers on the tables and the large selection of fashion magazines (UK Harper’s Bazaar, my favorite!) boot cafe paris le marais coffee espresso best sugarsheet

Where? 19 Rue du Pont aux Choux, 75003 Paris ;  website here

Ice cream in Paris: Pozzetto

2 mai 2015 § 3 Commentaires

Pozzetto is an italian ice cream parlour located in the South Marais. My friend who just came back from Firenze confirmed that it was as good as the ones she had during her journey. The gelati here are creamy, flavorful and you can taste a bite of Italy in a pot of ice cream.

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Address: 39, rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris

Brunch spot: Paperboy – Paris

19 novembre 2014 § Poster un commentaire

  A cool spot for a Sunday morning Brunch with my Londoner friend- Lorraine (from the Edible blog): Paperboy, located near Republique. You can find all the details concerning this place in her lovely blog. Post <here>, enjoy !

    Un spot idéal pour bruncher le dimanche matin, avec mon amie Londonienne Lorraine, the Edible Blog: Paperboy, situé près de République. Vous pouvez trouver tous les détails concernant cet endroit sur son très joli blog: ici ! Processed with VSCOcam with g3 preset

Address: 137, rue Amelot – 75011 Paris

Le Marais: The Broken Arm – Paris

9 novembre 2014 § 5 Commentaires

  Paris coffee scene has become more and more interesting, as coffee starts to be as important as wine or cheese. French people drink espresso, and in most of bistrots and cafés, if you want the « american » version, you have to precise « café allongé, s’il vous plaît » – an espresso with added water. I am always amused when I observe foreigner’s reaction when they order a coffee and they see it arriving in a tiny cup. Although the taste of espresso is very strong, the concentration of caffeine is less important than in an americano because the brewing time is longer for the americano.  the broken arm concept store cafe espresso paris french breakfast travel france

  In Le Marais, I often go to a place called The Broken Arm. It is inside a concept store, and it was opened by a group of friends who were helding a blog called « Des Jeunes Gens Modernes » (blog now closed, link not found). They are famous for the Blueberry cheesecake (made by Rachel’s, not to be missed!), and the nice atmosphere. I really wish this café would be also opened on Sunday. cheesecake blueberry myrtille rachels paris le marais the broken arm best paris french france travel breakfast brunch Processed with VSCOcam with c1 preset

  You can have lunch here as well as just a pastry with your coffee. It is not far from the Jacques Génin chocolaterie. Vous pouvez également déjeuner, ou bien prendre simplement une pâtisserie avec votre café. Le café est situé non loin de la chocolaterie de Jacques Génin. Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetthe broken arm paris le marais bagel travel cool

Address: 12, rue Perrée – 75003 Paris

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Le Marais: Jacques Génin – Paris

7 novembre 2014 § 6 Commentaires

  I’m going to share in this post one of my favorite spots in the Marais. As you now know, I love everything sweet, and i will not make any exception here. When I am in this area, I always feel obliged to visit Jacques Génin’s amazing chocolaterie. For me they are the best ones I have ever had. Since I have tried them, I can’t eat chocolate elsewhere. There used to be a pastry shop, but due to high demand, M.Génin has stopped selling them. Fortunately, he still proposes them in the tea room inside the store. His Tarte au citron is considered as one of the best ones in Paris but I don’t like lemon (too sour for me) but my friends who like lemon tart a lot, told me this one is definitely the best. I choose the very impressive Paris-Brest, which is, trust me a meal in itself! If you intend to take one, don’t eat anything before. The pecan pie is also delicious.

  Je vais partager un de mes endroits préférés dans le Marais. Comme vous le savez maintenant, j’aime tout ce qui est sucré et je ne ferai pas d’exception dans ce post. Quand je suis dans ce quartier, je me sens toujours obligée de faire un saut à la chocolaterie de Jacques Génin. Ce sont les meilleurs chocolats auxquels j’ai pu goûter. Il y avait aussi une pâtisserie, mais en raison d’une très forte demande M.Génin a décidé d’arrêter de les vendre en part individuelles. Ils sont heureusement toujours disponible dans le salon de thé et sur commande. La tarte au citron est considérée comme étant l’une des meilleures de Paris – je n’aime pas trop le citron (assez acide pour moi), mais mes amis qui adorent les tartes au citron m’ont confirmé que celle-ci était la meilleure. Je choisis le Paris Brest qui est un repas en lui même car il est très imposant ! Si vous avez l’intention d’en prendre un, ne mangez rien avant. La tarte au noix de pécan est aussi délicieuse.  Processed with VSCOcam with g3 preset1415396283.923138.611415381547.339015.43

  The caramels and the pâte aux fruits are also wonders. I would recommend to avoid the afternoon on week ends because you will have to wait for an hour or two before being seated in the tea room.

  Les caramels et les pâte aux fruits sont aussi de petites merveilles. Je déconseillerai de venir les après midi en week-end car vous risquez d’attendre une heure ou deux avant d’être installé dans le salon de thé. 1415396282.762618.58

Address / Adresse: 133, rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris

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