Olive & Thym la cuisine libanaise, une histoire de famille - COCY. The Grilled Cheese Factory. Célèbre depuis près de 100 ans aux Etats-Unis, le Grilled cheese est un incontournable de la culture culinaire Américaine.
L’authentique Grilled cheese est un sandwich toasté à la poêle. Il se compose de deux tranches de pains, de fromage et de beurre. Pour plus de gourmandise, on peux y ajouter de nombreux ingrédients, et le tremper dans une sauce tomate maison. The Grilled Cheese Factory, fast-food street, chic et novateur est le tout premier restaurant à proposer le Grilled cheese en France. Sur place ou à emporter, The Grilled Cheese Factory vous ouvre ses portes 7 jours sur 7 de 11h à 22h. The Grilled Cheese Factory régale autant vos papilles que vos oreilles, avec de la musique allant du Jazz à l’électro-lounge.
The Grilled Cheese Factory n’utilise que des produits frais, et toutes les préparations sont faites maison. La qualité des produits est le maitre mot chez The Grilled Cheese Factory ! La bonne conscience n’a jamais nourris personne ! L'ange 75004. Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole 75004. 24 rue Chanoinesse 75004 Paris Phone: 01.40.51.78.52 Metro Station: Cité (Line 4) Type of cuisine: French Days & hours of operation: Open every day for lunch and dinner, except for lunch on Saturday.
Hours: noon ‑ 2:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m. ‑ 10:30 p.m. Credit card: Visa, Amex Stepping over the threshold to enter this restaurant is like stepping back in time. We came here for lunch recently, and after settling in and examining the menu, decided to order the 39€ Table d’hôtes surprise d’Odette, which, as its name implies, would be a surprise. Our first course was called Les petits farcous sauvages d’Odette aux 7 légumes verts. Next came a delicious, hot vegetable soup in which I could taste turnip, carrot, potato and onion. The third course was called La terrible terrine d’Odette aux cêpes, foie gras et pistaches. The fourth course was the main one. Le P'tit Bistrot 75004. Les Caves du Marais 75004.
Comptoir Brice Morvent 75004. Ma Bourgogne 75004.
La Pistacherie 75004. Last week I was strolling down the Rue Quincampoix, a cobbled pedestrian street near the Centre Pompidou, when I noticed the cheap and tacky clothing shop that used to be on the corner of Rue Rambuteau is now an adorable little pistachio shop called La Pistacherie.
They really went all out on the decor, with the wood panelling, fancy packaging, and the colorful nuts and dried fruits presented in big glass jars like candy. I was actually out and about preparing for a tour, scoping out some corset boutiques nearby to make sure they were open (about half the shops on my list were, even in August). But as I also consider it my job to know where all of the good food shops are in Paris, of course I had to go in and check out the goodies. You can assume a shop called La Pistacherie is going to have a good selection of pistachios. There's one whole counter for the raw nuts, including walnut, almond, pine nut, and macadamia, which are hard to find. Open daily. Takami 75004. Verdict : BON GROIN Adresse : 24 rue Vieille du Temple 75004 Paris Téléphone : 01 42 77 43 82 Marre des japonais chers et peu copieux ?
Voilà une adresse qui ravira nos cochons gourmands et sans un sou. Le Petit Fer à Cheval 75004 * Petit fer à cheval Camille Griffoulières Time Out rating: <strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>5</span>/5 User ratings: <strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5 Time Out says Gorgeously atmospheric, the rue Vieille du Temple in the Marais offers such a surfeit of cute boutiques, come-hither cafés and stylish bars that it can be difficult to pick a spot for lunch.
The tiny entrance, flanked by a couple of postcard-sized pavement tables, conceals a generous dining room at the rear, while in front the shining bar welcomes drinkers, quick lunches and dining alone. Address: Le Petit Fer à Cheval 30 rue Vieille du Temple 4e Paris Opening hours: 9am-2am daily Map Le Petit Fer à Cheval 30 rue Vieille du Temple4eParis 48.857438,2.357487. Mères et Filles 75004 *
Best (only?) American style hot dog in Paris? * A recent article in L'Express on "Paris' Best Sandwiches" brought me to this cubby hole snack stand in the Marais, offering apparently, New York style hot dogs.
The 3€ sandwiches are offered in three different styles: the "American", ie ketchup, mustard and caramelized onions, the "Tex Mex", otherwise known as a chillidog, and the "Alsatian" (no Asian restaurant jokes here, please..) , or a sauerkraut dog. They were doing a roaring trade , and there was always a little crowd of Rayban wearing hipsters quaffing away, wiping ketchups off their chins, bobo families, and gawking passersby. Verdict: decent, fun for the price, but as always, the unexceptional elsewhere often seems more exotic here.
Especially where "American" food comes to play. Kiosque à hot-dog : Mosaïque 75004.