I might be French but I am not what you would call a “Chef”. I master 5-6 recipes which the people who live with me or come often at home know have eaten 1000 times, and for the rest my motto is “In Whole Foods I trust”.
So when I find a new recipe which I want to reproduce (my criteria: easy and quick), it deserves to be shared on the blog! I found this one at my best friend’s brunch last week-end. If you are not into healthy food, you might hate, or else it’s just the perfect summer salad.
Restaurants open everyday in Paris, but it’s rare to find something different and special.
I tried the burgers from Siseng, on the Canal Saint-Martin, and what a great surprise! Finally something original I’d never had before, and of course was delicious.
OK, now you are thinking: Burgers AGAIN? But these are neither your typical American burgers. These burgers have an asian fusion. Instead of the classic bun, they use a Chinese bun called “Bao”, and the flavours of the burgers are inspired by the Asian cuisine: lemongrass, coconut milk, cilantro, etc…
I am very sentimental: every time I leave a place, even if I hated it at first. I feel nostalgic and this is exactly how I feel about the Halle Pajol neighbourhood, where I spent the last few months in Paris.
Visit with me this new trendy Parisian place, and especially 3 yummy spots you must go to: Bob’s Bake Shop, the Delidrop, and Les Petites Gouttes.