It’s That Time Again…

Monday, July 25, 2011 10comments No tags Permalink 0

Afternoon in the Marais, Fall 2010

Guess what? We are going to Paris in a week!

Last year we did a week each in Paris and Brittany. This time we’ll be visiting Paris, Alsace, and Strasbourg. We might even go to Germany for a day, fingers crossed.

I can already taste the canelés, macarons, ispahans, and puits d’amour ^_^

Any new places (or old favorites) I should check out? Let me know, s’il vous plaît!

10 Comments
  • anonymous
    November 30, -0001

    This is a lovely photo! Have an ultra-good time…can't wait to hear about where you went and what you ate. Happy travels!

  • anonymous
    July 25, 2011

    My last "coup de coeur" in Paris is Drouant http://foodista-en-ville.over-blog.com/article-restaurant-drouant-paris-72476233.htmlOne of my favourite is ze kitchen galleryhttp://foodista-en-ville.over-blog.com/article-ze-kitchen-gallery-2-62815439.htmlAnd you can eat ice cream at Pozzetto in Le Maraishttp://foodista-en-ville.over-blog.com/article-pozzetto-encore-un-gout-de-turin-a-paris-38929578.htmlOr Ladure http://foodista-en-ville.over-blog.com/article-laduree-printemps-haussmann-56158985.htmlAnd I'm sure you'll have tea time at Mariage !!!Have a nice trip !

  • K and S
    July 25, 2011

    excited to hear all about it! enjoy! bon voyage!

  • r
    July 25, 2011

    hello katie!i'm French, i enjoy reading your foodblog (loved posts about Hawaii!!) and i would like to recomand a lovely authentic brasserie in Paris. Its is called Le BOUQUET, located in St Paul station, the exact address is :Au Bouquet Saint Paul, 85, Rue Saint Antoine , 75004 ParisTl : 01 42 78 55 03 The plat du jour is always delicious and fresh, it is real French food and the waiters are profesionnals but quite cold …very Parisian indeed!hope you can make it there, have fun while in ParisRukia

  • anonymous
    July 26, 2011

    Pairs is very nice and so is hawaii as everyone knows. I saw anthony bourdain recently on tv and he went to a restaurant that was very contemporary. It was so interesting to see a very young chef do such innovative things. I'd look into that show and you'll see immediately which restaurant i'm referring to. I think there's only a very few tables. Texas Phil

  • earlybirdies
    July 26, 2011

    I love les Papilles in the fifth. And bread and roses is delicious, too. You could even take your lunch half a block over to Luxembourg garden to enjoy! Of course, there is also Le Comptoir du Relais which is still very good.

  • Kathy YL Chan
    July 26, 2011

    Hi Foodista – thanks for all the tips – so helpful! :)Thanks Kat! I really want to make it to Hawai'i while you are still there, but I seem to be making it to everywhere EXCEPT back home this summer!Hi Rukia! Thank for the suggestion, will definitely try to check it out. Sounds amazing!!!Hi Phil! Would you be talking about town or Green Door? :)Hi Earlybrdies! Will check that out! Am hoping Le Comptoir will be open…forgot so many places are closed in August! :)

  • Kathy YL Chan
    July 27, 2011

    Thank you Claire! Shall report back ^_^

  • anonymous
    July 27, 2011

    Kathy,How fortunate. I wish I were going to Paris too. Maybe you can go to Frenchie, Le Chateaubriand or Passage 53 if you have time. Have a great time!

  • anonymous
    August 2, 2011

    I'm French and please don't miss one of the 2 best Italian restaurants that I know in Paris :Presto Fresco – 14 rue Montmartre – 1st arrondissementGambino – 6 rue Gomboust – 1st arrondissement (near Opera)

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