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La Petite Table

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La Petite Table : les saveurs italiennes en toute simplicité et en toute gourmandise :)

On vous parlez déjà du restaurant la petite Table Ibiza ici et cette fois ci on vous fait découvrir la petite Table Paris, on vous l’accorde la localisation est moins ensoleillé mais vous serez étonné par la fraicheur et les saveurs de ce lieu !

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La Petite Table c’est l’Italie dans votre assiette et aussi une histoire de rencontre, celle de Lorenza Lenzi et de Gianpaolo Polverino, deux italiens passionnés de cuisine.

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Tout a commencé le 26 février 2009 dans un appartement parisien du 10ème arrondissement. Après quelques années d’expériences dans la mode et la production photo, Gianpaolo et Lorenza ont eu envie de se lancer dans une nouvelle aventure.

C’est la combinaison de deux profils foncièrement différents et parfaitement complémentaires qui a créé les bases de La Petite Table.

Leur meilleur souvenir : des courses au marché de Barbès sur leur Vespa avec des conditions de travail plutôt extrêmes!

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C’est grâce au bouche-à-oreille que La Petite Table a grandi dans l’univers de la mode : en commençant sur des shooting photo, puis des journées presse, des défilés ou encore des showrooms commerciaux.

Après six années d’expériences en tant que traiteur, ce duo a voulu poursuivre l’aventure en ouvrant son restaurant en plein cœur du Marais. Un an après, La Petite Table migre vers Ibiza, pour le plus grand bonheur de Gianpaolo qui ne supportait plus la grisaille parisienne.

Lorenza et Gianpaolo cuisinent tout simplement ce qu’ils aiment manger en choisissant des produits de saison et de qualité en sélectionnant soigneusement les fournisseurs, leurs menus changent quotidiennement. Ils s’inspirent de leurs voyages à New York, Londres et Rome pour faire de nouvelle propositions culinaires.

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Une idée de menu :

Burrata & Légumes de saison

Jambon San Daniele, melon charentais & amandes

Galette de légumes & tofu

Œufs brouillés, pain familial, salade verte, parmesan et tomates confites

Gâteau au chocolat, crème au mascarpone et fruits rôtis

Le conseil de Prestigious : ne manquez pas le brunch de la Petite Table, il est dé-li-cieux !

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La Petite Table

27, rue de Saintonge – Paris 3e

www.lapetitetable.paris.com

Married to sushi

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Miami + Sushi + Starck = Katsuya by Starck restaurant

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S’il y a bien un restaurant à ne pas manquer lorsque vous êtes à Miami Beach, il s’agit du Katsuya.

Abrité par le SLS Hotel South Beach, le restaurant Katsuya propose une cuisine japonaise et un bar à sushis extraordinaires.

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L’association entre le chef Maître Katsuya Uechi et le designer Philippe Starck donne au lieu un caractère unique et offre une véritable fête pour les sens. Les plateaux spectaculaires de sashimi ainsi que les saveurs japonaises et les lignes épurées sont au rendez-vous, la griffe de Starck et les créations de Jose Mertz sont un plaisir pour les yeux : n’oubliez pas de jeter un coup d’oeil au Salon du Dragon…Je ne sais pas vous mais moi « j’adooooore les sushis » :)

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Painting by Jose Mertz

Featuring the dynamic pairing of Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi and design impresario Philippe Starck, Katsuya by Starck is truly a feast for the senses. With specialty cocktails, unique rolls and spectacular sushi and sashimi platters, Chef Uechi skillfully translates Japanese flavors to the American palate. His accolades, combined with the sleek setting and sbe’s signature level of service, have made Katsuya one of OpenTable’s “50 Hottest Restaurants in the U.S.” Situated above the restaurant, you must have a look on the Dragon Lounge and on the creations of the artist Jose Mertz.

1701 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach

http://katsuyarestaurant.com/southbeach/

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Les oeufs du Marquis de Ladurée

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Raffinés et élégants voici le genre de chocolats que l’on n’a vraiment pas envie de partager !

Pour ces fêtes de Pâques 2016 succombez aux précieux oeufs du Marquis de Ladurée à découvrir ici.

 

Asian Fusion !

Après notre petite escapade au Street food temple special Corée (l’article ici) nous avons eu envie de vous faire part de nos 5 restaurants asiatiques préférés dans Paris:

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Les saveurs Coréennes / Corée

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Coup de cœur pour cette petite cantine coréenne.

On est d’abord séduit par la jolie déco aux couleurs pastels, les objets chinés et le mobilier dépareillé.

Ensuite, le plaisir et le voyage continuent dans l’assiette Il faut goûter les fameux Bao burgers accompagnés de pommes de terre et raviolis, avec une citronnade maison c’est extra…

59 bis rue de Lancry 75010 Paris

09 83 50 84 94

The Korean flavors

Big crush for this small Korean canteen.

We are seduced at first by the attractive decoration in colors pastels, with funny furniture.

Then, the pleasure and the trip continue in the plate, you must taste delicious Bao burgers with potatoes & gyoza, while drinking fresh handmade lemonade, this is so good…

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Le temple du Bo Bun / Vietnam

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Les gens se précipitent chez Paris Hanoï et l’on comprend pourquoi. On y était encore ce midi pour la 3ème fois de la semaine…!

Le service est rapide, les prix sont très abordables et tout est un régal : nouilles sautées, poulet au gingembre, boeuf au saté…

La spécialité de l’endroit reste avant-tout le Bo Bun Nem, à goûter absolument, avec une bière Singha :) 

74 rue de Charonne 75011 Paris 

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The Bo Bun place 

People rush at Paris Hanoi and we understand why.

The service is fast, the prices are very affordable and everything is a delight: crispy noodles, ginger chicken, satay beef…Before all, the speciality of the place is Bo Bun Nem, to taste absolutely, with a Singha beer :)

Rice Trotters 

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Vous cherchez un repas sain et original pour le midi ?

Il est temps de passer la porte de Rice Trotters !

Premier « fast-good », Rice Trotters est un nouveau concept de restauration rapide consacré au riz et au voyage, sur fond de déco ethnique-chic.

Laurianne et Anthony, fondateurs du lieu, sont de véritables globe-trotters. Au cours de leurs découvertes ils croisent régulièrement le chemin du riz. Rouge, noir ou rose, en grains, parfumés ou gluants, autant de couleurs et de formes révélant cette céréale universelle.

Chaque jour  Rice Trotters met à l’honneur le riz sous toutes ses formes. L’occasion de déguster un riz de Thaïlande accompagné d’un curry de poulet coco ou un riz de Camargue et son agneau confit… Le riz se décline même en version sucrée avec un bar à riz-au-lait et des « patiss-riz » extra !

Sur place ou à emporter

Petit déjeuner – Déjeuner – Goûter

22 rue du Colisée 75008 Paris 

01 53 75 11 95

In the name of Rice !

You are looking for a healthy and original meal for lunch?
It’s time to go to Rice Trotters !
The first one “fast-good”, Rice Trotters is a new concept of fast food dedicated to rice and travel.

Laurianne and Anthony, founders of the place, are real globe-trotters. During their discoveries, they cross regularly the way of the rice.
Red, black, pink, perfumed, so many colors and forms revealing this famous cereal.
The opportunity to taste a rice of Thailand accompanied with a curry chicken coconut or a rice “de Camargue” and his crystallized lamb…Come and appreciate Rice Trotters, you’ll be surprised

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Enfin un restaurant japonais tenu par des japonais !

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Chez Ichi Bento, place au plateau repas, le Bento, composé de recettes simples mais très bien réalisées et tellement savoureuses avec des produits frais et de saison.

Le Bento crevette tempura ou légumes frits est extra… à accompagner absolument des aubergines marinées, des épinards et de la salade de choux !

Une équipe souriante, une décoration dépaysante, des prix très raisonnables, tout cela à deux pas du quartier des Halles.

Ichi Bento, une adresse à ne pas oublier.

22 bd de Sébastopol 75004 Paris

01 71 24 49 14

Finally a Japanese restaurant owned by Japanese people !

At Ichi Bento, the Bento is made up with simple recipes but very well realized with good products. 

The Bento with tempura shrimp or fried vegetables is delicious !

With smiling team, lovely decoration, very moderate prices, just a step from the Les Halles quarter : Ichi Bento is an address to remember.

Khun Akorn

La Thaïlande à Paris

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Vous cherchez un endroit sans prétention, dans lequel vous êtes certains de retrouver les saveurs thaïlandaises? Le Khun Akorn répondra à vos attentes.

Déco traditionnelle boisée sur fond d’orchidées et de buddha, accueil charmant, vous pourrez tester le boeuf au curry rouge, la soupe de coco au poulet ou les fameuses larmes du singe. Le tout accompagné d’une bière Singha, ça y est vous êtes à Bangkok !

Le + de l’endroit : une terrasse sur le toit, prise d’assaut en été :)

8 avenue Taillebourg 75011 Paris

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You are looking for a simple place, in which you are sure to find the Thai flavors? Khun Akorn will answer your expectations.

Traditional decoration with orchids and buddha, charming reception, you can test the red beef curry, the chicken and coconut soup or the famous « tears of the monkey ». The whole accompanied with a beer Singha, that’s it you are in Bangkok!

Bonus of the place: there is a terrace on the roof !

Perfect day in Le Marais Paris

If you are spending the summer in Paris, there is an inevitable district to visit : Le Marais, this area brings together a wide mixitude of things between the jewish, the chinese and the gay area, religious edifices, designer shops, bars, art galleries and squares, this part of Paris is full of little streets and treasures to explore. To help you find your way in le Marais, we made for you two itineraries you can do in 1 day :)

South Marais itinerary :

L’AS DU FALAFEL

Eat a falafel in the famous jewish area, rue des rosiers, L’as du Falafel is known as the best falafel of Paris.

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FLEUX

Do a trip in the Ali Baba’s cave of design & deco and find some originals gifts and beautiful objects to rig out your home.

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 L’IMPRIMERIE PARIS

Visit the last exhibition of the gallery L’imprimerie Paris, “Petit Appétit”, a show about food illustrated by the artist Jean Jullien. And taste the different chocolate specially designed for the show!

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L’ÉCLAIR DE GÉNIE

Discover the most eccentric pastry of Paris in one big bite, the traditional éclair is fully reappropriated by L’éclair du Genie and will surprise you by its colors and taste.

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pic by Faye Bullock


North Marais itinerary :

NANASHI

To start the day, take an healthy bento at Nanashi, the new japanese place to be !

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 PERROTIN GALLERY

Visit the far-famed Perrotin Gallery specialized in Asiatic & Modern Art where a lot of famous artist such as Murakami, Kaws & Sophie Call have exposed.

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PAPIER TIGRE

Papier Tigre is the best funky place to  go find some graphic supplies and art craft !

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THE BROKEN ARM

Before go home, take a break at The Broken Arm shop with a good coffee and homemade cake.

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BONUS + SWEDISH INSTITUTE

If you are not in a mood to walk and explore, you can pass the day at the Swedish Institute and enjoy the summer sun in the garden while reading a book from their library or visit the exhibitions in the cool shade :)

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MAP MARAIS PARIS

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Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.51L’as du Fallafel32-34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, 01 48 87 63 60, 11:00 – 00:00 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.25L’imprimerie Paris, 16 Rue Saint-Merri, 75004 Paris, 01 42 72 53 24, 09:00 – 19:00

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.44.02Fleux39 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004 Paris01 42 78 27 20, 10:45 – 19:30

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.57L’éclair de Genie32 Rue Notre Dame des Victoires, 75002 Paris, 01 84 79 23 40,

10:00 – 19:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.01Nanashi57 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris, 01 44 61 45 49, 12:00 – 15:00 /19:30 – 23:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.16Galerie Perrotin76 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris, 01 42 16 79 79

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.39Papier Tigre, 5 Rue des Filles du Calvaire, 75003 Paris, 01 48 04 00 21

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.43.32The Broken Arm12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, 01 44 61 53 60, 09:00 – 18:00

 

Capture d’écran 2015-07-01 à 18.42.53Swedish Institute11 Rue Payenne, 75003 Paris, 01 44 78 80 20, 12:00 – 18:00


 

 

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Have a good week ! If you have any question about Paris leave us a comment below ;)

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Food trip in Cartagena

FOOD BREAK :

Local food & drink from Cartagena de Indias

 

Fruits & Popsicles:

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-Exotic fruits : One of the best pleasures in Cartagena is to taste fresh exotic fruits daily sold and cut by the Palenqueras, these colourfully dressed & iconic women who balance bowls of fruits on their heads through the city streets. A great variety of the tastiest tropical fruits can be tasted in Cartagena, including sweet mango, papaya, pineapple, passion fruit, guava, coconut and bananas.

-Popsicles : The midday tropical heat becomes far more bearable with an artisanal popsicle. La Paletteria’s appealing display case showcases dozens of flavors from lush mango to caramelly arequipe. The best are made with local Colombian fruits like tangy lulo and the zingy passion fruit maracuya. . 

 

Where: Palenqueras stroll the beaches and streets throughout the day in every aera of Cartagena de Indias .

– La PaletteriaCalle de Ayos Number 03-86 | Local 2 – Centro Historico.

 

Drinks :

Malagana Café

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-Refreshing drinks No doubt encouraged by the hot climate, Cartagenians have mastered the refreshing drink. Juice stands abound, armed with mounds of tropical fruits some familiar (bananas, mangoes, papayas), others less so (lulo, curuba, guanabana). You choose your combination and the vendor will blend it for you on the spot, serving it up in a plastic cup so big it’s practically a meal. Other favorites:

-Limonada de coco is a fresh drink made from coconut milk, lime, and condensed milk.

-Avena is made with oats, milk, cinnamon, and sugar, and served ice cold.

El Asiático is a typical alcoholic drink from Cartagena made with coffee, condensed milk and cognac, with a few drops of Licor 43, a few coffee beans, lemon peel and cinnamon.

Where: Drink stands can be found throughout the city, particularly around the plazas and along the more populated streets.

– Malagana Café , Calle Tripita y Media 31-55 – Getsemani

– Habana Bar, ESQUINA, Cra. 10, Cartagena – Getsemaní

Snack :

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Empanadas : It’s nearly impossible to stroll through a plaza in Cartagena without passing a street vendor selling empanadas. Even more difficult: getting a whiff of the cornmeal pastry, fried in deep vats of oil, and not buying one on the spot. In the morning, get your egg fix with an empanada con huevo. Later, go for one filled with meat or cheese.

Arepas is a fierd cake of corn masa stuffed with cheese or soft cooked eggs, Arepas are popular throughout Colombia, but connoisseurs gravitate to Cartagena’s version, which tends to be extra buttery and fluffy. This is an equal-opportunity food: one makes for the perfect mid-day snack, but order a couple and you have a filling meal. Fillings range from gooey cheese to chicken, pork, or beef.

Jujú is a green Plantain and Cheese crispy balls

Where: One of Cartagena’s most prevalent foods, arepas can be found everywhere from street vendors to casual restaurants. Head to any of Cartagena’s open-air plazas and follow your nose.

Fresh fish & seafood

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Typical Cartagena dish : coconut rice, fried snapper fish, fried plantain, salad.

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Left : Sancocho meal picture by The Noshery / right : fresh fish pic by Christopher Testani

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Ceviche pic by the pin the map project.

Red Snapper with Coconut Rice and Plantains On menus, this coastal dish shows up as pargo rojo con arroz de coco y patacon, a mouthful, but it’s worth every bite. The snapper and the plantains are usually fried, and the faint coconut flavor of the rice is the perfect complement.

Where: Club de Pesca Restaurant (57 5 660 5863, Fuerte de Pastellito Manga, Cartagena, www.clubdepesca.com)

Sancocho (stew) : Nearly every culture has a signature stew, and in Colombia, it’s all about sancocho. The hearty dish is traditionally made with hen (gallina), but with the abundance of über-fresh seafood at their fingertips, chefs in Cartagena often swap in fish. The rest of the components are like a greatest hits of local ingredients: plantains, yucca, corn on the cob, and cilantro. Rice and avocado, served on the side, are to be mixed in as you eat.

Where: You can find this all over Cartagena, but La Cocina de Pepina has one of the best versions in town (callejon vargas, getsemani, callejon vargas cll 25 No 9a-06 local 2, Cartagena 130015)

-Ceviche, Seafood reigns supreme in this coastal city, and ceviche is king. You can find the traditional version of the dish — raw fish marinated in citrus juices — but be sure to seek out Cartagena’s take on it, too. Chefs here use cooked shrimp instead of raw, and in place of the standard citrus-juice base, they whip up a tomato-mayo dressing that adds a nice tanginess to the shrimp.

Where: Get the traditional version at any number of cevicherias in town. For inventive takes on the dish, head to El Boliche Cebicheria (Getsemani calle larga #9A-36, Cartagena, Colombia, 57-6604871)

 

Hummus day

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Let’s celebrate the love for delicious hummus !

 Find places in the world where you can eat hummus on :

http://hummusday.com/hummus-map/

Cool places to eat in New YORK

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10 places to eat in london !

Eat in London ! Today we want you to taste special flavors, to discover new places & experience unique sensations ! Here's our best 10 places through London where to have breakfast, dinner, lunch & tea as a local !

 

Time for a Breafast at :

1. E5 BAKEHOUSE

Based on traditional techniques and natural organic ingredient, E5 Bakehouse is an independent community bakery located in a railway arch in east London. You will find multiple bread recipes as ciabatta, foccacia and baguettes and can enjoy a great toast with homemade jam, coffee, fresh yogurt with fruits and many more delicious pastry on the terrace.

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11What? E5 bakehouse ( http://e5bakehouse.com/ )
Who? Ben Mackinnon
Where? Arch 395, Mentmore Terrace,  London E8 3PH
 When? Monday-Sunday 7am – 7pm
Contact: info@e5bakehouse.com  020 8525 2890
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2. LEILA’S SHOP

Leila’s shop is a nice spot made of simplicity based on  : local produce, an open kitchen, simple food and delicious Polish baked eggs and ham with toast. You will also find Fresh rye bread, fresh fish, vegetables in all colours and sizes and handmade jam !

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What? Leila’s Shop ( https://www.facebook.com/Leilas-Shop/)
Who? Leila McAlister
Price? 11-25 £UK
Where? 15-17 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP, UK
 When? Wenesday-Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
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 Good typical meal for Lunch  :

3. POPPIES FISH AND CHIPS

At Poppies you will taste mouth watering, fresh, sustainably caught fish, cooked in crunchy batter, served with golden chips together with experiencing a great buzz and authentic atmosphere going back to the 1940’s and 50’s

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What? Poppies fish & Chips ( http://poppiesfishandchips.co.uk/ )
Who? Pat ‘Pops’ Newland
Price? 11-25 £UK
Where? 6-8 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR, UK
 When? Monday-Sunday 11 am – 11 pm

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4. F.COOKE

London’s food doesn’t come any more traditional or tasty than good old pie and mash. In fact, pie & mash have been around in London since the 18th Century, long before their northern cousins the fish and chip shops became a hit!

F. Cooke’s pie and mash restaurant on Hoxton Street is ensuring this fine tradition remains part of London’s heritage, serving up their 100% minced beef pies with hand-made and freshly prepared pastry to enthusiastic crowds of regulars and hungry passers-by. Eels are also on the menu, a must-try for anyone calling themselves a Londoner!

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What? F. Cooke 
Who? Mr. Cooke
Price? less than 10£UK
Where? 150 Hoxton Street, London N1 6SH, UK
 When? Monday-Thursday 10am – 7pm / Wednesday-Saturday 9.30am- 8pm
Contact: +44 20 7254 6458
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5. BEIGEL BAKE

Beigel Bake is a 24-hour bakery on Brick Lane. Its menu is focused on bagels (which it spells beigels), baked in the traditional Jewish style with fillings such as hot salt beef with mustard, chopped herring, and cream cheese and salmon. It also serves pastries and sweets such as Danish rolls, apple strudel, Eccles cakes and cheesecake, as well as white, rye and black bread. Beigel Bake is the oldest and best bagel shop in London, and produces 7,000 bagels every day.

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Price? less than 5£UK
Where? 159 Brick Lane, London E1 6SB
 When? Monday-Sunday 24/24h
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 English Tea time  :

6. VIOLET CAKES

Violet is a small bakery based in East London. Best known for American-style baked goods, Violet sells out nearly every Saturday at its stall on Broadway Market. The cakes are made with limited edition buttercream icings that change with the seasons. Chocolate or vanilla sponge cakes are baked with organic flour, sugar, milk and eggs. You can enjoy a sweet cupcale on their front terrace but also have a sunbath in their lovely hidden backyard.

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What? Violet Cakes (http://www.violetcakes.com/ )
Who? Claire Ptak
Where? 47 Wilton Way, London E8 3ED, UK
 When? Monday-Wednesday 8 am – 6 pm / Saturday-Sunday 9.30am – 6pm
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7. VINTAGE HEAVEN

Vintage Heaven is a treasure trove of retro and mid-century objets d’art, books and vintage clothes on Columbia Road which well worth a visit.  It proposes a Cakehole Cafe that offers coffee, cake and other tasty treats in typical english tea sets.

 

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What? Vintage Heaven (http://vintageheaven.co.uk/)
Who? Margaret Willis
Where? 82 Columbia Road London E2 7QB
 When? Wednesday 12 pm – 5 pm / Saturday 12pm – 6pm / Sunday 8.30am – 3.30pm
Contact: +44 1277 215968
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Exotic waves Dinner :

8. COPPA BAR & BBQ

Open on summer, Coppa Bar & BBQ is avery colorful and decorated rooftop restaurant,  with great Italian food, offering up Italian aperitivi, antipasti and rotiscerria in the trees overlooking London Fields in East London.

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What? Coppa Bar & BBQ (http://www.coppalondon.co.uk/)
Who? Eliza Flanagan
Price? 10-25 £UK
Where? Hothouse Rooftop Access via Martello Street, London E8 3QW
 When? Wednesday 5pm – 12am / Saturday-Sunday 12pm – 12am
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9. BRAWN

Brawn is located on Columbia Road in Bethnal Green. A busy, local neighborhood restaurant and bar serving honest and simple terroir food , within the season, and sourced through as many local suppliers and producers within the community.

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What? Brawn ( http://www.brawn.co/ )
Price? 26-45 £UK
Where? 49 Columbia Road, London E2 7RG, UK
 When? Monday 6pm – 11pm/ Tuesday-Sunday 10am – 3pm & 6pm – 11pm
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 10. STORY DELI

Story Deli, Winner of the worlds greatest pizza award, is an Italian pizzeria which made thin and crispy pizza with 100% organic grown food and delicious cheese and delicatessen. The place is cosy and friendly and you will feel like home. It might be the best pizza you ever had but not the cheapest one :)

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What? Story Deli (www.storydeli.com/ )
Who? Lee Hollingworth & Jeffrey Merrihue
Price? 11-25 £UK
Where? 123 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG, UK
 When? Monday-Sunday 12 am – 10h30 pm
Contact: +44 7918 197352
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BON APPÉTIT !

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Need a place to stay in London ? Check out our Prestigious cosy flat near your favorite place ! :
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L’Atelier de l’éclair, creative éclair

InterviewWould you like to taste exceptional and original éclair cake and rediscover this gastronomic reference trought tastiest recipe creations ? Meet L’Atelier de l’éclair, founded by Pierre-Henri Bonnan & Gaspard de Malézieux, the first parisian cake shop dedicate to the french sweet pastry, an oblong cake made with choux dough filled with a cream and topped with icing. L’éclair “flash of lightning” is called that way because it was eaten very quickly. But quickly is not how you want to savor those from L’Atelier du l’éclair, from sweet to salty éclair, with selected high products such as french foie gras, chocolate from Colombia or Vanilla from Caribbean islands, refinement is the word.

We decided to ask them few questions, you can read it all bellow :)

 

l'atelier-de-l'éclair

Left : Vanilla éclair – Right : Chocolate éclair

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