It's no secret that Paris is a food paradise, just four days in this gastronomy capital (and without once stepping foot into a restaurant!), I was able to get a sense of how true Parisians ate, shopped and
Mimolette, this is a curious French cheese, during the maturation process it is eaten by cheese mites.
Not French, but Parisian none the less. Wandering towards Gare du Nord I found a lot of Middle Eastern and Indian/Pakistani bakeries.
Raw milk butter. Totally worth it.
The best baguette in Paris. Le Grenier a Pain.
Inside a Parisian cheese shop.
Olives at the Sunday market "Marche Raspail"
A perfect combination. The Eiffel Tower and a macaron.
AOP Goat's Cheese.
Saturday morning and afternoon at the oyster and wine bar. Paris, France.
I tried everyone of these. Glutton in Paris.
Seafood, prawns and lobsters for sale. Marche Raspail.
Enormous oysters from Normandy.
Thistle at a flower stand. Paris.
One of my favorite treats, canneles. Marche Raspail, Paris.
Famous Alsace dish, Choucroute.
Another prize winning bakery, Paris. Le Grenier a Pain.
I'm still dreaming of this and returning to Paris. Chocolate and pistachio spiral pastry.