Monday, June 10, 2013

Eating Out In Paris

The French cuisine is simply breathtaking. Had fabulous dinners there last week, here're some examples:

Brasserie Bofinger 
Bofinger is the oldest brasserie in Paris, opened in 1864.
The place is famous for its seafood. The scampi starter with avocado mousse and orange sauce was tasty and delicious. 
Ordered also the sea platter with shrimps and lobster.
Fantastic!
For a dessert had creme brûlée and afterwards green tea.
The Art Deco glass dome is spectacular! 
5-7, rue de la Bastille

Chez Georges
This was my first time at Chez Georges and definitely not the last one - the place was absolutely marvellous!
It's also fashion designer Isabel Marant's favourite brasseries. She has said that every time she goes there she thinks about Claude Chabrol's movies.

Chez Georges is a typical French brasserie with very good - and I would say interesting food.
Had some herring and potato salad to start with and then grilled turbot with sauce Bearnaise - perfect!
Enjoyed a selection of French cheese before going to a slice of millefeuille which was the most delicious millefeuille ever!
Had a table reservation at 7.30pm, by 9pm the place was full, mostly locals.

Brasserie Lipp
Brasserie Lipp was founded in 1880.
My menu:
Anchovies with potato salad
Sole meunier
Roquefort
Millefeuille

Fantastic!

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)
    These dishes look so yummy and as a frenchy I can only say that french cuisine is truly delicious ;)

    http://fashion-gourmet.blogspot.com/

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    1. Not at all! French cuisine is amazing!

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  2. That looks all so delicious! Yum!

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    1. oh, everything was so delicious!

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