The Perfect Café Crème

My new favorite spot: Loustic.  So far, the best café crème I’ve found brews here.  Other perks include a friendly owner, wifi, and comfortable seating.  Pretty much, it’s just an all around good spot to read/draw/space out/hang out.

Food Coma

While I like to stumble on new places to eat, I have been cheating a bit with the help of Timeout and Parisbymouth.

Both blogs recommended Breizh Café (see photos below).  You can check out their reviews here and here.

Parisbymouth actually recommends Georges Larnicol (below), however, I only discovered their review after my nose found the chocolate.

My single photograph of the oysters at Marché Bastille doesn’t really do this massive market any justice.  You can read Timeout’s review here, but really, you should just go yourself.  Really.  But bring a bag, or maybe even a cart.  And be prepared to practice your French!  Vegetable vendors select, weigh, and bag your champignons, tomates, pommes de terre, haricots verts, and pêches.  (However, pointing also works, but where’s the fun in that?)

I discovered the charming, two-part Cantine Merci thanks to Timeout.

The rest of these photographs are of a random splattering of food and/or restaurants.  Some of these have reviews, but sometimes, you just gotta trust your instincts!

© 2013 Sarah Milstein