Tag Archive: marais

Marché des Enfants Rouges (Paris)

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges is definitely the place to go if you’re hanging out in the No-Ma area. Secretly hidden behind rue de Bretagne, the market is quite lovely — but also… Continue reading

Neobento (Paris)

At Neobento, customers are invited to compose themselves and personalize their own lunch. They can choose from 5 to 8 small plates portions of salads, a protein, a side and a dessert –… Continue reading

The Broken Arm (Paris)

Although it opened in 2012, The Broken Arm always seems new to me everytime I go there due to their seasonal lunch and brunch menu. Located by Paris’ Carreau du Temple, the place hosts… Continue reading

Ibaji (Paris)

You’ve heard a lot about Korean food and their famous quirky “kimchi” but never you’ve never given a try yet. It’s time to go to Ibaji, the trendiest Korean restaurant in Paris. Part of… Continue reading

Les Chouettes (Paris)

Les Chouettes has been my favorite of last month. This restaurant and bar replaces the old Café Rouge located around the Carreau du Temple in the heart of the trendy Marais, which he… Continue reading

Wood (Paris)

If you’ve already scoured all bars in the Marais area and don’t know where else to go out in Paris, well, Wood may be your new hot spot!  As said in the name,… Continue reading

Beaucoup (Paris)

When fine dining meets hip design…There’s no doubt, we’re definitely talking about restaurant Beaucoup. The New York-like atmosphere goes through the large windows, light wood, Scandinavian-style seating and shelves, blue duck benches and… Continue reading

Café Pinson (Paris)

Café Pinson Marais Café Pinson Poissonière Last night was epic and you need a detox? Café Pinson is the place you should go. Indeed, this veggie canteen serves gluten-free, 100% organic, 100% homemade dishes. Gentlemen, don’t… Continue reading

Merci (Paris)

Timeless. That what concept store Merci is. Its panache, combined with great cosyness and creativity, has made it a must-see in the French capital’s shopping life. Its airy, three-floor space (16000 Sq) brings together an… Continue reading

La Candelaria (Paris)

Will you dare to push the door of this creepy tacos place? Actually, you have no choice, you just must do so. To access the bar of La Candelaria, you need to go through… Continue reading

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