Sheridan Su

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Paris, Day Three

Breakfast at Bar Moderne. A great, flaky croissant and cafe.

Dehillerin, the legendary Parisian kitchen supply store, has been in operation for over two centuries. Stepping into any store with their history and passion, you can't help but get goosebumps from the minute you are in. They've served some of the greatest chefs in the world.

Lunch at Chez Georges, serving traditional la cuisine bourgeoise. I love the hand written menu!


Pate de Maison: Foie and Chicken Liver

Terrine of Jambon and Parsley

Frisee aux Lardons

Sole "Chez Georges"

Ris de Veau

Roasted Bone Marrow

Mille Feuille

Chef, Chez Georges

The Louvre

Scenes from Paris

The Eiffel Tower, at night.

At the Peugot Store. If I ever need a cover for my Peugot pepper mill, I now know exactly where to get it.

Arc de Triomphe


Lauduree Paris is known as the finest macaron shop in the world. They've been credited with inventing the double decker macaron and have been in operation since 1862. I picked up some macarons and chocolate truffles.

Were they freakin expensive??? Were they worth it???
F' yeah and F'n yeah!

Dinner at Les Cocottes

"Ritz" Caesar Salad

Cured Foie Gras

Langoustine Ravioli

Scallops, Grilled Potato Puree

Beef Bourgignon

Cod, Lentils

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