Brunch at Rose Bakery

Rose Bakery: 46 rue des Martyrs Paris 9ème Rue des Martyrs is one of my favourite streets in Paris. Why? Because (almost) everything is about food there! Maybe two thousands years after all Parisian foodistas, I have tried Rose Bakery. So on that Sunday morning, I decided to throw myself out of my bed and … Continue reading

“Are you happy?”

Colorova: 47 rue de l’Abbé Grégoire, Paris 6ème (brunch on Saturdays and Sundays) This post is also available on Hype Means Everything! Brunches in Paris can be very disappointing sometimes: random jams, dry scramble eggs, very salted stuffs… At Colorova, the newly opened salon de thé close to the rue de Rennes, you won’t be … Continue reading

Instagram (food) diary

Friends, family, colleagues… almost everyone knows that I am obsessed with food. I snapped lots of pictures with my mobile phone and uploaded them on Instagram. I thought it would be a good idea to show them here with more details and advises! So, let’s have a restaurant/café/food review! N.B.: Here is my Instagram account! … Continue reading


Semilla: 54 rue de Seine, Paris 6ème First thing, I advise you to reserve a table few days before going there (call +33 1 43 54 34 50). Last Saturday, after a walk in my neighbourhood, I decided to have dinner at Semilla… without having booked a table. Fortunately, I was very lucky. I had … Continue reading


Restaurant Kei – 5 rue Coq Héron 75001 Paris Kei. This name may sound more like a Japanese restaurant than French cuisine. But, no. The Japanese chef, Kei Kobayashi, une étoile Michelin, was born in Japan but fell in love with the French gastronomy. He learnt with the most famous chiefs, Jean-François Piège and Christophe … Continue reading

Makassar, un peu d’ici et d’ailleurs

Makassar: 39, Avenue de Wagram, Paris 17ème Voici mon dernier coup de cœur restau (avec le Café Constant, rue Saint Dominique, mais je n’avais pas mon appareil photo !): Makassar, restaurant mi-français, mi-indonésien. La carte est divisée en deux, un côté cuisine française style bistrot évolué et un autre indonésien avec les grands classiques (aux … Continue reading

Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges and Tartes Kluger

Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges is one on the oldest market in Paris. It is located along the rue de Bretagne and its name comes from the Hospice des Enfants-Rouges that was a hospital for orphans of the neighbourhood (their uniforms were red so the name of the hospital and market, “children in red”). The market … Continue reading

Dépaysant Higuma

Ca y est, je reprends mes articles parisiens. Et on (re)commence avec un restaurant ! Tous les parisiens connaissent la rue Sainte Anne pour ses innombrables restaurants japonais. Mais attention, le vrai restaurant japonais de la rue Sainte Anne ne s’appelle pas Le soleil levant et n’est pas tenu par des Chinois. Ceux qui partent … Continue reading