CLOSED – Café Figue – Paris – FRANCE – A little bit bobo

Café Figue – Paris

Sorry… This place is out of businesss…

One of the places I like to visit for the lunch, but also for their brunch currently. Warm welcoming, always a table available, and mainly: the chef’s ability to cook such a variety of different dishes.

 

Cafe Figue - Front Door

Café Figue – Front Door

From starters to desserts, her inspiration has no limits. It is possible to taste here a Japanese speciality, and an African one the next day. I would like to say: always well done. Continue reading

Pierre Sang – Paris, FRANCE – A fun time at a gourmet place

The day I visited this place it was not so busy, waiting time acceptable, seated next to the chef: perfect. I admit I tried to come 20 minutes before the opening hours to be sure we could have a good seat. It wasn’t a waste of time!

Store Front

Store Front

The chef is famous after showcasing in a TV show (Top Chef), he demonstrated his talent weekly. Energetic and inventive, a visit at his restaurant is always an interesting experience.

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LIMA – London, UK – First Michelin awarded Peruvian restaurant worldwide

Lima was another wonderful discovery I made in London. I went there because I was craving for good ceviche.

Storefront

Storefront – Lima – London

This is an excellent place. And I just heard it is the first Peruvian restaurant to be awarded with a Michelin star in the world!
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Nanashi – Paris, FRANCE – Japanese inspired goodness

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

Storefront – Nanashi – Paris, FRANCE

Nanashi is popular, and for the lunch on Saturdays it is getting packed quickly. Continue reading