Eating Paris: Miznon

Miznon is easily one of my go-to places to eat in Paris.  When I make restaurant recommendations for my friends and family in Paris, this is the place they cannot miss. Owned by a Jewish Israeli family- Miznon is the perfect example of blending cultures.  Their menu is filled with classic French and Mediterranean dishes…

Eating Paris: Le Comptoir

Le Comptoir (9 Carrefour de l Odeon) is a Paris classic.  Loved by the late Anthony Bourdain, this unassuming bistro will blow your mind.  They don’t take reservations, but this place is absolutely worth the wait. Located in the bustling left bank of Paris in the Saint Germain neighborhood, Le Comptoir serves a combination of…

Eating Paris: Candelaria

I FOUND TACOS IN PARIS!  And some great tacos, indeed!!  Candelaria is a cute little restaurant is located in the heart of the Marais, sort of nestled between St. Paul and Republique.  Their tacos, guacamole and bean dip are so so good, especially when you need a break from French food.  Coming from California, I…

Eating Paris: Holy Belly

Holy Belly was discovered due to a friend, and I must say my Paris experience has been altered ever since.  When you first walk in to Holy Belly, it feels as though I am back in SF, DC or even Brooklyn.  The food is amazing.  The coffee is amazing. (AND large! Large sized coffee in…

Eating Paris: Galette Cafe

Galette Cafe is located closest to the Saint- Germain-de-Pres metro in Paris’ right bank.  Galette Cafe is on the corner of (au coin du) Rue des Saints- Peres and Rue de l’Universite. It is kind of a funny story how I ended up finding this place.  It was the second day that we were in…

Eating Paris: Clasico Argentino

Last week, Lena and I found a wonderful little empanadas restaurant in Paris, called Clasico Argentino.  It is somewhere between Gare de Lyon and another metro stop that I don’t know the name of, but it is on Faubourgh St. Antoine.  (Which is super nice for me, because it is close to home and school)….