Five Guys Burgers on the Champs-Elysées

Five Guys Burgers on the Champs-Elysées

Good news for the burgers and junk food eaters’, after Bercy-Village, the fast food chain dear to Obama inaugurates today Thursday, December 8 a second establishment in Paris, at 49-51 of the most beautiful avenue in the world. The brand registers nearly 1,500 restaurants around the world and the one of the Champs-Elysées, installed as a replacement for the Häagen-Dazs store, is the biggest of its range: 5 floors on 1500 m2, 2 kitchens and…

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ORIGINAL BARS IN PARIS

ORIGINAL BARS IN PARIS

Via LeBonbon.   Paris is filled with festive places, hidden addresses, unusual decorations which we like and which we leave. We picked up for you the most original bars of Paris.    La Grange With its immense stony alcoves, its trays and its old pallets by way of assizes, this bar has a countryside spirit. We order a cocktail, a pint of beer, a glass of wine or a long drink, the festive and friendly atmosphere spreads on…

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BEST BURGERS IN PARIS

BEST BURGERS IN PARIS

Via LE BONBON.   Everybody claims to have the best burger of Paris, with ” good products “, with food trucks and with French fries. Le Bonbon comes to your rescue to clear up all. If you do not salivate reading this top, we do not know what you need… It is an undeniable fact, Paris crosses since a few years the crisis of “Burgermania”. Easy to make, always affordable, and we rarely resist to the appeal of…

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The 7 Strangest and Most Unique French Cafes Ever

The 7 Strangest and Most Unique French Cafes Ever

Via XpatNation.   Are you heading over to France this year? France may be known for its classic, fine dining restaurants and cafés, but there’s more to France than just tradition. These highly unusual French cafés will make your trip memorable. Here are the strangest and most unique ones.   1. Zéro de Conduite, Paris Tired of being a grown up? Head over to the Zéro de Conduite! This quirky café nestled in the heart…

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Foodtrucks in Paris

Foodtrucks in Paris

Paris ZigZag reveals us the map of these food trucks Parisian! Since the famous “Camion qui Fume” was born in the capital, the Parisians are used to the pleasure to fetch their meal in a small greedy truck. As you certainly noticed, lines in front of food trucks got bigger than trucks multiplied. Indeed, the City hall of Paris possesses a very strict legislation which authorizes only some rare food trucks to exist and to walk in…

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HIDDEN BARS IN PARIS

HIDDEN BARS IN PARIS

    THE CLEANEST : THE LAVOMATIC The Lavomatic is probably one of the most functional laundries of the city. For a very good reason: behind drums – you have to press on a button to open an hidden door – hides a staircase which leads directly towards a small apartment. A cosy place where we drink fresh and homemade cocktails and where we taste delicious tapas. Address : 30 rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris Website : lavomatic.paris…

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A new way to cook : discover Foodette

A new way to cook : discover Foodette

  Finding a new easy way to cook delicious homemade meals ? Foodette did it !  Foodette was created 2 years ago in order to save our time and treat our papillae. The concept is very simple : one box containing all the ingredients in just quantity to realize delicious homemade dishes, within 30 minutes. You just have to connect yourself on the website to choose the formula: three or four dishes for two or three people, with delivery on…

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THE CHEAPEST PINT IN PARIS

THE CHEAPEST PINT IN PARIS

From LeBonbon. This is a burning question : Where can we drink a really cheap pint? Well, the start-up MisterGoodBeer gives us several elements of answer by realizing a map of the subway of the least expensive pints of the capital. MisterGoodBeer also calculate the average of the prices according to subway lines. It is the line 4 which turns out to be the least expensive, with a 3,9-euro average, followed by the line 7 with 4…

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A Culinary World Tour in Paris

A Culinary World Tour in Paris

From ParisZigZag. Do you need exotic culinary experiences and typical atmospheres to travel ? Here are twelve original Parisian addresses to escape.   ETHIOPIA LE MENELIK, 4 rue Sauffroy, 75017 Paris. Here, we eat by means of a wheat pancake, Injera, like the tradition in Ethiopia. The food is spicy so be careful when you order. Forget the isolated tables, we share this moment with unknowns, for a moment of user-friendliness.   VENEZUELA BULULU AREPERA, 20 rue de la…

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