Foodie Tour of Paris

France, Paris Guide (B): Foodie Tour of Paris

There are many reasons to complain about the SNCF (French national railways) including their frequent schedule delays. However, when the system works you board the TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse) in Avignon and arrive 2.5 hours later on the platform at Paris Gare de Lyon – génial (brilliant)!

Ginger and Nutmeg were in Paris for a quick visit, a weekend of “hanging-out”. As often happens, Ginger was simply happy to be there, and Nutmeg had a plan. They were going to stroll (flâner) the city and do a foodie touralong the way.

The food tour began at La Maison Angelina, Nutmeg had arranged to meet a friend on Rue Rivoi for a late afternoon tea. This iconic restaurant and café first opened its doors in 1903,

The tea room decor is aristocratic Renaissance in flavour, the walls are adorned with gilded mirrors and the high coved ceiling frames by ornate trim work. Seating options will remind you of dining with your grandmother – small marble-topped café tables for intimate tête-à-têtes and larger tables with starched white linens. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Foodie Tour of Paris
Guide Location: France » Paris
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: La Maison Angelina   Kooka Boora   The Rose Bakery   Père Lachaise Cemetery   La Grand Épicerie   Le Bon Marché   Berthillon   Rue Cler   Café du Marché  
Author: Carolyne Kauser-abbott
Read it on author's website: http://www.gingerandnutmeg.com/2016/02/foodie-tour-of-paris#.V7F5W5N96vM

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