December 19, 2012 Paris France Europe

Visiting Paris: Christmas Season 2012

La Brasserie Gaîté: Unique French Crepes

La Brasserie Gaîté, located just a few steps away from the Edgar Quinet Metro station in Paris serves Crepes like you never tasted before. I am a big fan of Crepes. I love how they present them on the streets of Paris – which come in a cone like shape with cheese, ham and mushrooms...

Ristorante Napoletano: One of Paris most Renowned Italian Restaurants

Napoletano Italian restaurant, nested in the heart of Franklin Roosevelt street at a walking distance from the most famous avenue is one of those places many recommend. Simple yet welcoming and innovative, expect to taste some of Italy’s tastiest preparations in Paris. We reached early without a reservation and were seated in front of the...

Pizza Cesar Paris: An Unbeatable Taste

Many talk about Napoletano Italian restaurant as being the best Pizza in Paris, this is why I tried it a couple of weeks ago while I was in Paris. It is good indeed but not to be compared to what Pizza Cesar can offer. Cesar can be rated as one of the best Pizzas around...

La Durée, Champs Élysées, Paris

La Durée is a maker of luxury cakes and pastries. It is known as the inventor of the double-decker macaroon, fifteen thousand of which are sold every day. They are still one of the best known makers of macaroons in the world. La Duree in Champs Élysées reopened recently after closing for a year following an unfortunate fire...

Le Meridien Etoile: A Pleasant Stay in the Heart of Paris

Taking the Air France bus from CDG airport to Paris, you are dropped off at Porte Maillot facing the Palais des Congres on one side and Le Meridien Hotel on the other. I have been waiting for the opportunity to try this famous hotel until I finally got the chance last week. I spent five...

Paris Charles de Gaulle, Terminal 2E, Hall K, Business Lounge

After reviewing the business lounge of “Hall L” just a couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to experience what “Hall K” of terminal E has to offer. I personally preferred this one. K Lounge oozes the same Air France spirit which is felt in all it’s Halls, with minor yet positive differences.

Matsuri: The Sushi Conveyor Belt of the 16th District in Paris

Matsuri seems to be one of France’s famous Japanese restaurants with more than 16 branches including different parts of Paris, Lyon, Reims and Saint-Etienne. In its Passy branch, Matsuri has a long conveyor belt serving more than 40 guests all along the way from the kitchen, back and forth. I really don’t know if its...

Restaurant De La Tour, Traditional French Cuisine

The La Tour restaurant, located on the 9th district of Paris is one of those hidden places that is not commercially exposed. You will not find it easily but when you do, you will become exposed to a succulent Parisian culinary world where taste wonders are discovered.  Located a couple of meters away from the...

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