A cute, charming tearoom in the Marais, La Tasse du Marais is located near Vieille Rue du Temple. Close to museums, trendy shops, and wholesale stores, it is a perfect place to stop and have a salad or a quiche for lunch or coffee and dessert in the afternoon.
20€ for an appetizer/entrée/dessert delicious lunch, in a very charming bistro in the middle of the 1st arrondissement – how could you not be happy? On top of that, you have two very nice looking guys welcoming you at Le Comptoir des Petits Champs with very friendly smiles!
You might have been many times to a pizza restaurant and loved their pizza. But how many times did you come face to face with a pizza that says I love you?
I didn’t read about Crom’exquis before going, I just followed my cousin’s suggestion for once. I didn’t know what to expect other than it was a very good restaurant.
It is located on the corner of rue Lavoisier and rue d’Astorg in the 8th arrondissement.
Just a little recap about my favorite restaurants in Paris for the months of March & April. Stay tuned for more restaurants to come!
Strolling through the streets of Paris in the 1st arrondissement, I came across this little pastry boutique on rue Montorgueil. I was captivated by these cute, colorful, little cream puffs displayed in the front of the store.
“From here or elsewhere, the dishes that we have imagined and prepared for this surprise menu tell a story and invite you on a “journey”.
If we could all eat at our mom’s like we eat at Comme chez maman (like my mom’s), the world would be a wonderful place!
Abydoise, with its marine theme, opened in July 2015 in the Champeret area. Chef Patrick Marteau and his wife have chosen the 17th arrondissement to start their dream. It’s a family business. The waiter, who is also part of the family, greeted us pleasantly and very professionally. The atmosphere overall is very friendly.
I was walking in the streets of Saint-Germain-des-Près with my husband and my daughter, as I usually like to do on Saturday afternoons. Just strolling in the busy, narrow streets, where tourists and Parisians alike frequent art galleries, antique stores, bookstores, restaurants, cafés, bars…