Food Spots #10 – Paris
Hello, I’m back! This time, I’m taking you with me to the city of love, the French capitale, Paris.
I spent two days in Paris at the end of July with my sister, and I really loved it there. It was not my first time in Paris but I can’t get enough of the Parisian vibes.
So today I’ll be sharing my favorite food spots from Paris. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to go to many restaurants but I’ll be back in Paris soon, as my dad works there!
Le Rouge à lèvres
After a 4-hour train ride from Amsterdam, I finally arrived in Paris, and went straight to this wine bar. I discovered this place on Instagram because I follow a lot of French ladies and it looked very nice!
The service, the food, the wine, everything was absolutely incredible. We ordered one glass of wine and some food to share and everything was super tasty (maybe except for the prices but hey, you’re in Paris).
Le Rouge à lèvres – 6 Rue Rougemont, 75009 Paris, France
Pink Mamma is part of the Big Mamma group, that owns many Italian restaurants in France. Usually, I’m not a big fan of restaurant chains but I really wanted to try this one, because of the amount of positive reviews.
And honestly, I wasn’t disappointed. Both my sister and I ordered the truffle pasta and a tiramisu and everything was really good. I guess it’s not as good as when you go to a little local restaurant in Italy, but honestly for a restaurant chain owned by French guys only, it was really good.
PS: be there at the opening if you don’t want to wait in line.
Pink Mamma – 20bis Rue de Douai, 75009 Paris, France
Bon Bouquet café
There are so many brunch places in Paris that it’s very hard to just pick one.
So we ended up at the Bon Bouquet Café on a Sunday morning and I have to say that it was better than expected. Their pancakes were just incredible, and same for the rest. I really liked their coffee too, even though I paid 6 euros for it, heh.
Bon Bouquet Café – 29 Rue de Trévise, 75009 Paris, France