Here's what we had for dinner near our hotel. A nice and fresh seafood meal at a little roadside restaurant, sorry but once again I forgot the name. Yah, I really suck at remembering foreign names and places.
Now when I was in Cannes, Nice a lifetime ago, almost all the joints I been to had fish soup or soupe de poissons on the menu. It was the best thing I had there back then. So when I finally returned to France, I figured I must at least try a fish soup dish and see if the whole experience could be replicated.
Well, the one I had that night was definitely tasty with lotsa seafood flavors coming right at you, but I think after the tuscan soup I had in Florence, the Italian dish is now my new all-time favorite European soup.
Everything else we had was great. Fresh oysters, hot delicious mussels and a rather simple yet gratifying salmon meal.
A bunch of random food pix and other kinda pix too as I made my way across Paris. Hope you like them! Do leave a tick or comment below! <^;^>
|Unlike Italy, it was awfully cloudy on most days in Paris|
|Awwww.... these just look too cute to eat|
|Of course I had to drop by an Apple store unfortunately I didn't get anything for myself|
|This here is a pretty famous escagot place that wasn't open for lunch yet when we were there|
|Game for almost €12 each, I thought that's kinda expensive|
|Now you can't be in Paris and not try some Vietnamese food, rite?|
|I kinda like the narrow European streets, don't ask me why|
|Great festive mood along the Champs-Elysees with rows of stalls selling holiday stuff|
|Ah, those crazy Frenchies, they just luv to hang stuff everywhere|