Thursday, May 12, 2016

Delicious Paris

Molten chocolate cake is on the menu at many restaurants this year, both in Paris and in Provence.
I ate at least a couple of them, and saw other people eating them: they can vary but all are delicious.
Though I didn't photograph every meal we ate, I still had a lot of pictures I haven't posted yet. We ate so many fabulous things in Paris last week! So this is a catch-up post that just randomly illustrates a few more great meals and great food-watching activities.

Duck with pureed vegetables in a restaurant near Place Monge.
A croque-monsieur at the restaurant of the Centre Pompidou.

At an open-air market near Montparnasse.

Goat cheese garnished with herbs, peppercorns, cranberries, or raisins.

Salads at a random restaurant on the Right Bank.

At our last dinner at the Bistro du Dome near our Hotel.

These grilled sardines were amazingly good.
Skate wing with caper sauce.
And every good meal ends with coffee.


Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

Visiting from Rattlebridge Farm, your post brought back memories of our trip to France - lovely food and great coffee, wonderful people, all in all a great trip. I loved the open air markets and the boulongeries and patisseries (don't know if I spelled those right), fresh bread every day. Love to have a molten chocolate cake!

Jeanie said...

As Rick said, you don't go to Paris to save money or lose weight! And it's clear that there was a lot of temptation here! Oh Mae, it's ALL good!

Karen (Back Road Journal) said...

I don't know what attracts people to Paris the most…the wonderful sights or the delicious food. I think you got to enjoy both equally well.

Pam said...

My mouth is literally watering... such wonderful food in Paris!

Nish said...

That molten chocolate cake has me drooling at my desk! Lovely photos!