Paris: Foodments

Some food moments. Foments? Foodents?Fooments?….. Foodments.


A meal outside in the courtyard with Garance and her family:


The display at Poilâne:


The famous Chausson au Pomme from Poilâne:


A Parisian take on a Chicken Caeser Salad from Balthazar in Le Bon Marché:


Amorino, of course:


Ladurée macaroons, of course:


A kouign-amann from the local patisserie (my favorite pastry, along with the cannalé):Image

L’éclair de Génie:


A crepe from Crêperie Suzette:


Until next time, Paris. À Bientôt!

Poilâne: 8 Rue du Cherche-Midi 75006 Paris, France,  +33 1 45 48 42 59

L’éclair de Génie: 14 Rue Pavée  75004 Paris, France,   +33 1 42 77 85 11

Crêperie Suzette: 24 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75003 Paris, France,  +33 1 42 72 46 16

Paris Eats: Chez Paul

I love Paris. Paris in my mind is synonymous with high quality, quality that definitely applies when it comes to food. Whether I’m tasting a macaroon from Ladurée or cheese from a local stand, everything is almost guaranteed to be good. In my mind, there is food in Paris that is good, and food that is spectacular.

We went to Chez Paul with Parisian friends off of a recommendation. The food was all perfectly seasoned and fresh food, while remaining traditionally French. I love a good steak tartare, and the tartare Chez Paul was one of the best I’ve ever had. The food was spectacular.

The handwritten menu:


Located on an adorable rue:


A Boudin:Image

Salade Lyonnais: Dandelion greens, lardon, tomato, and a poached eggImage

The steak tartare:ImageChez Paul

13 Rue de Charonne  75011 Paris, France

+33 1 47 00 34 57

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