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Jim Haynes Supperclub • Paris

The above dish represents more than a tasty plate of home cooked food I consumed while in Paris. It’s a symbol of everything we stand for and write about. It signifies what drives us to explore and what comforts us most. In a word Dinnertime. We write about this a lot. It defines our...

Robert & Louise • Paris

Ok it’s official. I love blood sausage. At first I reserved myself to only raving about Agentina’s version of this texture incongruent sausage staple BUT in past years I added Spain’s version back on the list and now the French have my heart and stomach. The boudin noir saucisson...

Eat | Lunch

L’As Du Fallafel • Paris

This was my best meal in Paris. What does that say about me? About Paris? I won’t even go there. Let’s just say €20 for this heaping plate of tasty. turkey and lamb mixed shwarma dominates the plate accompanied by a simple ice berg salad, cucumber and tomato salad, hummus and roasted...

Eat | Dinner

Le Comptoir du Relais • Paris

It’s been praised by everyone from Anthony Bourdain to the NYTimes. Usually that means it’s over hyped, over crowded and underwhelming. Not because their recommendations were wrong but because the foodie flockers came and destroyed it. ie-Cronuts. Never-the-less, we had to check it out...

Eat | Sweet

L’éclair de Génie • Paris

Another post from our Paris adventures. I know, Paris seems like so long ago with India and London now in the bag. Those posts are coming soon. They are already in the que we promise. This was a quick, impulsive (well…stalkerish), quick stop.  Christopher Adam, the luxury pastry chef, opened...

Eat | Dinner

Le Severo • Paris

Steak tartare is a must have when in Paris. In fact, you need to try it at least twice just to make sure you fully grasp the uncooked ground steak, raw egg experience. It’s not for everybody which is why this post isn’t about the steak at all. This post is about the best fries I had the...

Eat | Dinner

Philou • Paris

It’s no big secret that we’re not the biggest Paris fans when it comes to food. Why does making that statement publicly make me feel like the Francophile henchmen are going to hunt us down and feed us fois until we admit France’s superior reign in food technique, presentation and...