Category Archives: ParisFood

L’Epicerie du Père Claude

Located a few steps from the famous restaurant “Le Père Claude”, this great gourmet grocery store is the only place where you can find the real  Jambon de Paris (ham) still produced in the capital. You can also find quality … Continue reading

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Chez Firmin le Barbier…

Firmin le Barbier, this is the story of a surgeon – a barber as they were called in the middle age – who, once he reached retirement age, had absolutely no intention of resting on his laurels. His great passion … Continue reading

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When dreams come true: Interview of Thierry Teyssier

A few months ago, we talked about “Maisons des rêves“. This time, we come back to the oniric thematic with “La Pâtisserie des rêves”. Behind those two concepts: one man, Thierry Teyssier, who proves to us with his career that … Continue reading

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Cooking courses at “L’Atelier des Sens”

For those of you who are looking for cooking courses in Paris, here is a charming place called “L’Atelier des Sens” (ranked among the top 3 best cooking schools in France by the magazine “Capital ” in May 2011). Note … Continue reading

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For a sweet fantasy go “Chez Bogato”

Anaïs Olmer is both a graphic designer and a pastry maker. She creates a fantasy sweetened world inspired by the richness of the French pastry and the fanciful English confectionery tradition. Originally art director in an advertising agency, she quit … Continue reading

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Culinary delights from Aubertine…

To close this week on parisoslo.com, which mainly focused on gastronomy, here is a place in Paris worth the visit, located near the Eiffel Tower: Aubertine. Eric, the founder of this fabulous delicatessen shop in Paris, has traveled all around … Continue reading

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L’Auvergne à Paris

For the lovers of local French products who don’t have any enough time to take a trip to the countryside, here’s a fantastic Parisian gourmet address in the 15th district, which has existed for more than 15 years! Push the … Continue reading

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Always good to be at Mama…

It is in an authentic Paris, in the district of Saint-Blaise that we take you along today to visit a lively place with a unique atmosphere : the “Mama Shelter” …. A place we particularly like, which is nestled between … Continue reading

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A great new bistro in Paris : Semilla!

Two weeks ago, we enjoyed a great dinner at the famous “Semilla”, a restaurant in Saint- Germain-des-Prés which our Parisian friends have been talking so much about. Luckily, we managed to get a table without any reservation only after 15 … Continue reading

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The story behind the famous Ladurée Macaroon

Ladurée is celebrating its 150th anniversary. We, all love their tea rooms and their delicious pastries, but do you know the history behind their famous macaroons? It all began with Pierre Desfontaines, second cousin of Louis Ernest Ladurée, who, in … Continue reading

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Popelini: a “chouchou” address

There are the fans of macaroons, but there are also, like us, those who are fans of small cream puffs! Popelini is a pastry shop exclusively dedicated to this french specialty called “choux à la crème” freshly made by hand every … Continue reading

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Brunch at Martine’s

Because we always need of new tips about good restaurants, here’s another one, ideal for brunch. Martine’s is a place with a homey feel located in one of the nicest street of Paris: Rue du Cherche-Midi (near the Bon Marché). … Continue reading

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Have a “merveilleux” week-end !

Here is a tasty address to start your weekend where they make a fabulous cake with a delicious name: ” Le Merveilleux”. A meringue heart coated with chocolate whipped cream, rolled into dark chocolate chips, sprinkled with icing sugar and … Continue reading

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Gift Idea to replace the traditional flower bouquet

“La chambre aux confitures”, is the story of Lise Bienaimé. Previously, Lise worked in the cosmetics industry for eleven years, and after giving birth to her three children, she decided to dedicate most of her time to her passion: cooking. With the creation of the label ”La chambre aux confitures“, she follows … Continue reading

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A family chocolate story

For the portrait of the week, we have come across Julie, a young and lovely 33 years old “chocolatière”, at the head of the label “Les Petites Chocolatières“, a chain of chocolate- store franchises. Parisoslo.com : What is your background … Continue reading

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Causses : the Parisian temple of Slow Food

If, like us, you are not a huge fan of fast food then you might really like this Parisian slow food temple. Causses, is a unique grocery concept store created by Alexis Roux de Bézieux, which offers fresh, good, healthy and … Continue reading

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Bienvenue…Velkommen

Welcome to parisoslo.com, a blog written with 4 hands to share with you the best of our two worlds : Paris and Oslo. Yet to come, our favorite trend tips as well as some portraits of those who contribute to the … Continue reading

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