Friday, September 25, 2009

Let's Eat in Paris, Quick!

Quick and easy, good eats that can be done on the run.

Jabugo Iberico & Co
serves happy hams. The happiest and tastiest of them all, the black Iberian pigs that roam in oak forest and eat acorns are happy pigs. We dropped in for a plate of delicioso of ham and bread that we dipped in their gorgeous homemade garlicky tomato spread. Simple. Awesome. Not technically not eat and run, but they should do take away!

A falafel from L'As du Falafel is one of those non-French but very Parisian food that everyone should eat. Light, crisp and fluffy falafels are the best I’ve had; and the eggplant that jammed into the pita bread is really good too. Seating is available but somehow I prefer to eat my falafel standing or walking.

Plenty plenty plenty to eat here, their tarte au citron was noted in Figaro's best of Paris at no.4 and umami swears and cherishes the apple tarts when they are in season. A great bakery with too many edible treats, not one for sweets I passed on those, but as was led to their gougeres which I agree, are amazing.

Jabugo Iberico & Co
11 rue Clément Marot, 75008 Paris

L'As du Falafel
34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris

20 Rue Jean Nicot, 75007 Paris



Blogger Julien said...

Falafels are from Israel :)
we can find them in "Le Marais", because many Jews live there.
I love it !

12:23 AM  

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