Archive for the ‘Paris’ Category

CHEZ CASIMIR

19/02/2011


Vintage Tomato Salad


Lobster Salad and Cheese Shortbread


Fish & Leeks


Veal & Beans


Nougat Glace


Baked white peach. And yes, it does look like a little bum. A really delicious bum it was too.

Chez Casimir
6 rue de Belzance, 10 th,
Tel: 01 48 78 28 80,
Mº Gare du Nord

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DA ROSA

19/02/2010

Club sandwich


Spring Salad

Great tapas and Spanish deli including a lot of French deli as well.

Da Rosa 62 Rue de Seine 75006 Paris, France
Tel: 01 45 21 41 30

P.S. David Lebovitz mentions this place in his book “A Sweet Life In Paris” as being good too.

SCOOP

18/02/2010
California Burger with cheese. Not bad for a burger in Paris. Diner style menu.

154, rue Saint Honoré 75001 Paris
Tél. : 01 42 60 31 84

LE COMPLETE CHAMPIGNON

17/02/2010


Secret Location, Paris

LE TROQUET

16/02/2010


Baked eggs and truffle

Agneaux de lait des Pyrenées [milk fed lamb], jus de chorizo


Soupe de chocolat “mango ananas” mango pineapple] et sa madeleine

Le Troquet, 21 rue François-Bonvin 75015
Tel: 01 45 66 89 00

LE BELISAIRE

15/02/2010

Velouté d’oseille [sorrel soup], bonbon de Fois gras, petit croutons


Pavé de Lieu jaune [Place] ca vapeur d’algues choucroute [seaweed choucroute], beurre blanc au champagne


Clafoutis Poires [pear]

Le Bélisaire 2, rue Marmontel 75015 Paris
Tel: 01-48-28-62-24

L’ESTAMINET DES ENFANTS ROUGES

17/04/2009


Brunch 2007


Brunch 2009


Walk through the food market and find L’Estaminet on the back corner. Brunch on Sunday morning only. And if you can get the man in the Photo dealer shop to serve you, please let me know your trick.

L’Estaminet 39 rue Bretagne Marché des Enfants Rouges 75003, Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 72 28 12

HOTEL DU NORD

17/04/2009

Velouté de chataigne served like a cappucino


Lamb and dauphinoise potatoes

L’Hôtel du Nord Canal St Martin 102, quai de Jemmapes 75010 Paris

Tel : +33 (0)1 40 40 78 78

CHEZ MICHEL

17/04/2009


Haddock with mint and cucumber salad


Confit of quail with sweet and sour cabbage


Lasagne of chevre, artichoke and pesto


Fish Pie with Parmesan


Veal kidney in stew


Pot Au Feu – there isn’t a translation other than it is a traditional stew from Brittany. Literally it means Fire Pot.


Panna cotta with apple cider glaze and a layer of apples at the bottom with a madeleine


Paris Brest. Dusted choux pastry with AMAZING praline and walnuts.

To note: we didn’t have it but the cheese plate going round looked and smelled incredible.

Chez Michel’s serves food from Bretagne/Brittany.

Chez Michel 10 Rue de Belzunce 75010 Paris
Tel: 01 44 53 06 20

PIERRE HERME

01/04/2009

Starting with the white one in the front: Satine [Cream Cheese, Orange & Passionfruit], Carrément Chocolat, Ispahan [Rose, Raspberry & Letchi], Cassis, Milk Chocolate & Passionfruit, Wasabi & Grapefruit, Olive Oil and Vanilla, Rose and the one in the middle is Salted Caramel.

Pierre Hermé 185, rue de Vaugirard 75015 PARIS
Tel : +33 (1) 47 83 89 96

ASTIER DE VILLATTE

17/02/2009

Parisian dark clay plates, bowls, cake stands, monkeys as candle sticks all blessed by monks and sold in a shop that once was home to Napoleon’s silversmith. Also stocks beautiful notebooks, diaries, candles and some soft accessories. Prices range from 30 euro for a small saucer or cup upwards.

Astier de Villatte 173 rue St-Honoré Paris

Tel: +33 (0)1 42 60 74 13

RESTAURANT DU LUXEMBOURG

17/06/2007


Steak, onion and fries

Lamb and potatoes

Endive, blue cheese and dressing

Nothing special but good food, crazy wallpaper and a very friendly waiter.

44, rue d’Assas 75006 Paris