If you loved Le Camion Qui Fume and their great burgers, you probably heard about Freddie’s Deli.
The Logo – Freddie’s Deli
I was super enthusiast about trying the new restaurant created by the succesful chef of the truck. The idea is great, bringing to France the best sandwiches made in the East-Coast. Pastrami, Ros-beef, Philly cheese-steak… the classics are all offered here. Continue reading
Without doubt the most successful food-truck in Paris!
The First Truck – Le Camion qui Fume – Paris, FRANCE
I like it, their burgers are awesome. Since it is really popular, you need to be really courageous in order to get your mouth-watering sandwich. Here are why:
The name Clandestino may refer in fact to the choice to not have a designated chef to run the place, but to the desire to offer a place for anyone to come for a short period. They defined themselves as a Squat Restaurant.
Storefront – Clandestino – Paris, FRANCE
After 9 months with an Argentine chef, now we can meet a Japanese behind the oven at Clandestino. Continue reading
Another amazing coffee shop in Paris.. if you can get a table to take time to enjoy your drink!
The storefront – Ten Belles – Paris, France
The guest-star here is the coffee, they know how to choose it, they know how to prepare it. I love their cappuccino. Continue reading
La Cevicheria is an invitation to discover food coming from elsewhere. From Peru precisely, ceviche is really popular there, and today we have the opportunity to taste really good preparation.
La Cevicheria – Paris, France
The menu change daily, products are fresh. I remember my last reservation at this place. Continue reading
On my way back to Paris, riding the RER from Versailles, I was surprised to see a vineyard just before the city of lights. I decided to stop and discover what this place is offering.
A vineyard in Paris – Issy Guinguette – Issy, FRANCE
The atmosphere is original, when you are on the street, in front of the fence, it is hard to guess a vineyard is hidden just behind the building. Immediately after the entrance, you will see their a wine shop, selling bottles from all over France. They offer mainly products from small producers. Continue reading
What a great experience! The first time I have been there, I was so surprised. Why ? Simply because this place offer so many advantages! And if you like to meet people, you will like to go at “Chez Gladines”.
Original Chez Gladines – Paris, France
This basque Restaurant (south-western french cuisine) is always packed, it is a bit noisy, you need to elevate the voice a little to be heard… But I like it. Continue reading
This place is mentioned in almost any guide book about Paris. It is maybe one of the oldest restaurant in Paris, it was opened in 1896! More than 115 years before. No need to say that this place became an historic sight, more than a high quality dining place..
Bouillon Chartier – Paris, FRANCE
The menu seems to change daily, the date is printed on the menu and they have daily suggestions. Continue reading
Located in the trendy neighborhood of “Le Marais”, this modern Japanese restaurant is like an oasis in the middle of a desert. Everything is fresh, organic and locally bought. You will immediately notice it when you enter inside their original location. Cooks are frequently leaving their kitchen to pickup fruit or veggies stored at the entrance. This create animation, and it is also a proof they press juice by order for example^^
Storefront – Nanashi – Paris, FRANCE
Nanashi is popular, and for the lunch on Saturdays it is getting packed quickly. Continue reading
Craving for Mexican Food ? You are in Paris, and finding a good Taqueria is a hard game…
Storefront – El Nopal – Paris, FRANCE
There is this little place, called: El Nopal, serving their home made tortillas. You need to be really lucky to discover it by yourself, only the purple storefront make it noticeable. Continue reading