Catégorie : Paris
The large marketplace which is now located at Rungis used to be at « Les Halles », in the heart of Paris. In 1960, it has been moved to Rungis.
« Les Halles » now host the idle youth, arriving from suburbs with the RER (Paris’s express commuter rail system), spending the day wandering about, and filthy rich Parisians, living in the surrounding upscale neighborhood, shopping.
Pigalle 9th & 18th arrondissements
The story of Pigalle begins around the 1880’s. It is the area of all the …
Article written by Céline
Today, I take you for a ride to Japan, to discover Côté Sushi restaurant, which invited us to taste its new summer menu launching.
Coté Sushi, it is 6 upscale restaurants, located in France and Belgium. The founder resumed the japanese cuisine basis and ideas to launch brilliantly a “welfare sushi” concept. They are far of a classic japanese meal but close to a successful marriage with french cuisine. The menu is a tribute to lobster, soft shell …
From the 2nd to the 28th of July, the seafood restaurant by Alain Ducasse, Le Rech, dedicates to London Olympic Games, a special Fish’n’chips. Of course, I tasted it!
I found the shape of their champagne glasses so beautiful, with the fizzing bubbles which dancing in the stem!
Gazpacho on a bed of ricotta cheese
3 small vegetable stuffed with cod brandade and summer truffle
Greek style vegetables with ewe’s curd cheese and fresh almonds
In the plate, is declined a crispy tempura of cod …
I’m a foody, I love Paris, and above all I love my neighborhood, especially the Rue Montorgueil.
So for 10 € at Pain Quotidien you get:
- A croissant
- A hot drink (I recommend their hot chocolate!)
- A freshly squeezed orange juice (and that’s a tall full glass, not a half empty glass with a jug of water beside)
- Bread (sliced bread + baguette) you can ask for more for free
- Spreads, I love the dark chocolate!
- Jam, I especially like …
During the stay of my australian friend Dan in Paris, I wanted to make him taste the good french products. So we went to explore the treasures of rue Montorgueil.
A very french food :
First, we go to La Fermette, on the 86 rue Montorgueil and we ask for a plate of cheeses reguarding our own taste. The one on the photo costs 18€, and we got fresh goat cheese, cow cheese saint marcelin, traditional conté, sheep cheese and soft reblochon.