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Le Paul Bert bistro in the St Ouen flea market in Paris
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Paris : Le Paul Bert

Fancy lunch after a nose around Paris’ most famous flea market? This neighbourhood bistro in Porte de Clignancourt won’t wipe out the savings you made in the market. Every time I’m in Paris on a weekend or a Monday, I invariably spend the morning at the Village des Puces near the Porte de Clignancourt. I […]

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Paris : Le Bouillon Chartier

This venerable Parisian restaurant offers traditional French cooking in a glorious room and at a very affordable price. A few months ago, I had the chance to stay in Paris for a few days. And despite not being the foodie capital of France (Lyon is), it always gives me the opportunity to revisit some good […]

World Food

Le Welsh

Okay, let’s face it, I’ll probably take the mickey out of some weird versions of French dishes you can find in the UK. But you know that it goes both ways…Therefore, I’ll dedicate my first recipe post to the strangest version I know of any British dish “transformed” by the French! I present to you […]