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Medi terra Nea, Paris

25 Oct

Bonjour à tous !

Aujourd’hui je vous parle d’un restaurant à Paris dans lequel je suis retournée plusieurs fois ; le Medi Terra Nea.

Un concept intéressant, où l’on sert de la nourriture de qualité de type méditerranéen, et sous forme de kaitenzushi (tapis roulant pour sushi) ; en petites portions donc (comme des tapas) avec un prix par assiette.

 

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Hello everyone!

Today I’m writing about a restaurant in Paris, to which I actually came back several times; Medi Terra Nea.

An interesting concept, where you can get quality mediterranean food with a kaitenzushi thing (sort of conveyor belt for sushi); thus in small portions (a bit like tapas) with a price set per plate.

 

 

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Atsu Atsu, Paris

26 Dec

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De retour après une longue absence ! J’ai été un peu surmenée par les études, et le peu de temps libre que j’avais, je le passais à voyager (il pourrait y avoir pire comme emploi du temps).
Donc je suis allée tester Atsu Atsu il y a quelques mois après l’ouverture de leur premier vrai point de restauration en dur. Car Atsu Atsu était jusqu’ici un concept mobile de restauration japonaise qui se déplaçait dans des événements japonais (Japan Expo par exemple).

D’avance, je m’excuse pour la qualité des images, la lumière était assez tamisée et je n’avais que mon téléphone !

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Back after a long absence! I was kinda overwhelmed by my studies, and the few free time I had, well I spent it travelling (there could be a worst schedule than that).
So I tried out Atsu Atsu a few months ago after the opening of their first real permanent restaurant. Because Atsu Atsu was, until now, a Japanese food mobile concept that used to move in-between Japanese events (Japan Expo for instance).

I apologise in advance for the poor images’ quality, the light was dim and I only had my phone with me!

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Bistrot Centrale, Milano

27 Apr

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Aujourd’hui je vous présente le restaurant de la gare Milano Centrale, le Bistrot Centrale.

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Today I’m presenting to you the Milano Centrale station’s restaurant, the Bistrot Centrale.

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Nüba, Paris

1 Dec

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Aujourd’hui, je vous parle du restaurant Nüba sur la terrasse de la Cité de la Mode et du Design. Une très jolie déco épurée, moderne et chaude. Les chaises sont très belles, bien que manquant de confort.

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Today I’m talking about Nüba, the restaurant on the terrace on top of the Cité de la Mode et du Design.
The place is very pretty, a very refined, modern and warm decoration.

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Clasico Argentino, Paris

10 Feb

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L’un de mes derniers posts sur Paris. C’est un petit restaurant d’empanadas (il y a en réalité plusieurs adresses plus ou moins grandes dans la capitale) argentins. Le concept; des empanadas et des glaces.

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One of my last posts about Paris. It is a small restaurant of Argentinian empanadas (there are actually a few locations more or less big inside the capital city). The concept is basic; empanadas and ice-creams.

 

 
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Santa Carne, Paris

20 Jan

 

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Une bonne adresse argentine à Paris. Je vous conseille de réserver, car il se remplit très vite.

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A nice Argentinian restaurant in Paris. I recommend you to book, because it gets crowded very quickly.

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Sanukiya, Paris

7 Jan

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Cet endroit est mon préféré pour manger japonais dans Paris. C’est un restaurant d’udon, ce qui est une nouille épaisse faite avec de la farine de blé. Néanmoins, le menu reste très varié: udon classique (dans une soupe chaude), udon bukkaké (avec une sauce chaude), udon hiyashi (dans une sauce froide), udon zaru (à tremper dans une sauce froide), et il y a aussi plein d’ingrédients différents, donc il n’y a pas un seul plat qui ressemble à un autre: crevettes, omelette, légumes, viande… Les bouillons utilisés sont aussi très différents. Et il y a aussi quelques plats qui ne sont pas des udons, ainsi que des suppléments à rajouter dans les udons.

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This spot is one of my favourite places to eat Japanese in Paris. It is an udon restaurant, an udon is a thick wheat-flour noodle, which is my favourite. But the menu is very diverse at the same time : classic udon (udon in a hot soup), bukkaké udon (udon with a hot sauce), hiyashi udon (udon with a cold sauce), zaru udon (udon to soak in a cold sauce), and there are also many ingredients so that there is no dish that looks like another : prawns, omelet, vegetables, meat… The broths used are also very different. There are also other dishes that are not udon as well as extras that you can add with your udon.

 

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Angelina at Versailles

3 Dec

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Today I will tell you about the Angelina restaurant at Versailles’ castle. For those of you who haven’t heard about Angelina, it is a famous Parisian pastry-shop which is located on Rue de Rivoli near the Concorde square. They are very famous for their Mont-blanc (which is a pastry in this case). They also have locations in Tokyo and Lyon.
I spent the day at Versailles visiting the Joana Vasconcelos’ exhbition there and had a private tour in the private apartments of Louis XV and Louis XVI (followed by a tour of the Opera). By the way, this tour was inside private parts of the castle that are closed to the public, and I warmly recommend it! I learned a lot!

Anyway, between the exhibit and the private tour, we had to eat obviously, so we thought we could try the Angelina restaurant.

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Gyoza Bar, Paris

21 Nov

Surprisingly, since I came home from Vietnam, I am more craving for Japanese food than Italian food (although Italian food has always been a part of my random diet). When I was living in Vietnam, we had two places where we could eat pizza and pasta, but even if it was different from what we were used to eat (so I was really happy to eat it), I felt it was not perfectly done. On the other hand, we had a Japanese restaurant, and I was always so happy to go there..! I could eat some good Japanese food (which is not limited to sushi and sashimi), udon, tempura, soba… I felt home actually!
So even if I know I am soon going to live in Japan, I must say I can not really feel satiated of this food.

 

 

 

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Le Charité, Lyon

11 Nov

Today, I will tell you about a small place to eat in Lyon. It is called Le Charité because it is on la Charité street.

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