WHERE TO EAT IN PARIS

Paris, France

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Welcome back to our Paris travel diary post. Here are the second post of what to eat in Paris. I’m so excited to be here to visit all of the beautiful places and visit as many cafe’s as I possibly can while I am here. Holybelly is one of the cafe I always wanted to visit in Paris. It’s a must-go cafe on my Paris food list. What makes hipsters from all over the world wait anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours in front of this cafe? Trust me! Holybelly is a perfect place to get a brunch or dinner. Atmosphere is comfortable, seating is comfortable and the best part is they have english menu. To keep things fun and interesting, they change their menu monthly. We had the weekend special and I can’t tell you how amazing it was. The waitress said the special keeps changing and I wonder what it will be next. I will definitely go back. 




If you’re looking for a great place to eat in Paris, here’s the place! This is by far the best brunch I’ve had in Paris. Good food, good coffee and very good service, waitresses speak english and french are very helpful. As I said, there is at least thirty minutes to two hours of queue but the staff will tell you how long you have to wait so you can go for a walk and come back. 

19 Rue Lucien Sampaix
75010 Paris

Like a little bee you'll be very attracted by this very "stylish fashion restaurant". Nanashi is a popular restaurant in the Marais. It is my favorite restaurant in Paris for weekly eating. They menu is always interesting and many healthy options. I had a fresh salad over rice with raw salmon, perfectly filling but light.




Nanashi
57 Rue Charlot
75003 Paris


Jaja restaurant was one of my highlights in Paris. This is a little hidden gem in the Marais street and has a very nice vibe inside. The interior is trendy and modern. But they don’t have english menu, luckily their waitress speak English and she explained the dishes one by one on the menu. We ordered foie gras, roast cabbage as appetite, and braised beef cheek and pan-roasted Mediterranean fish as main course. The dishes are originally prepared and taste well. Each of the dishes had a unique flavor that we haven’t experienced elsewhere.



3 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 
75004 Paris


After an amazing dinner, we went to Amorino ice cream shop to satisfy my sweet tooth. We had many desserts in Paris and Amorino rank up there with the best. They have a brunch of locations throughout Paris so you are bound to find them on a corner somewhere. The ice cream is served very pretty in the shape of a flower. almost too pretty to eat! I ordered the “petit” size and it was definitely enough to satisfy my sweet tooth. Three different flavors is the best combined into a pretty rose since you are able to get a little bit of each flavor every bite. 



31 Rue Vieille du Temple 
75004 Paris 

And there you have it, my places to eat in Paris! Let me know if any of you have already tried these places. 


xoxo



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