La Pâtisserie Cyril Lignac - Paul Bert
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one of the best bakery in Paris just around the corner. what else could i say? go taste it!
The croissants and pain au chocolates are really worth it. But if you want to change from the classic, i recommend you to try the Kouign Amann ( It pronounced like "Queen Ahman).
The best croissants and pain au chocolat of the district. Across the street, at the “Chocolaterie”, you can enjoy a delicious hot chocolate.
A must! Try the chouquettes, a Parisian specialty :) But also grab some croissants for breakfast, if you are already there, might as well.
“Go for a coffee during the day time or a drink at night. Beautiful central counter, decoration is a perfect mix of vintage and new. Love the mood there, everyone is chatty, especially on the patio during summer time. Plus, happy hours is interesting, Spritz 5 euros, why resist?”
“$$$ - Nice french bistro, reservation required. And you must try the Crispy galette Avocado and Crab and the french toast in dessert. ”
“Every day, except Monday, you'll find EVERYTHING you need in the fresh air market as well as the covered market.”
“A clean and simple modern restaurant with an open kitchen, Little Hanoï is a breath of fresh asian air. Delicately scented dishes arrive on your table still steaming, fresh out of the oven and free from MSG – huge salads, bo bun, pho, beef with onions and much more. There are some nice touches, like the mint leaves in the water carafe, and the excellent egg rolls and deep-fried prawns that can be ordered by the piece (€1 and €0.90), and dishes costs around €10, with rice and vegetables included. There is a price, however: patience. You can’t reserve, so you’ll may have to queue, locals love to go there :) Monday to saturday, lunch and diner”