A weekend in Paris (2)

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Mmmh sunny days are almost back here in Brussels and it is feels really good. Eleven Lovely Things will finally get the chance to try out each and every terrace Brussels can count. In the meantime I’ll leave you with the second part of my trip to Paris and some of my favorite places there… Have a great week!

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Right bank

Claus: Described as one of the best breakfast in Paris, the food lover I am couldn’t miss Claus. We had an amazing (yet slightly expensive) breakfast in the salon upstairs and couldn’t resist taking home a Marlette mix for financiers (tested and approved by my man) and a delicious box of tea in the fine grocery on the ground floor. A pretty good start to the day…



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Left bank

Serendipity: I told about this shop a couple of weeks ago (see post here). Have to say I was a little disappointed by the store itself (can’t explain why really). Still a pretty cool address to decorate your interior.

La Patisserie des Rêves: Some of the best pastries in the whole Paris. The Saint-Honoré we had was just a marvel! A definite must for the sweetie monsters.

Bonton: A pretty cool store for the little ones just 2 minutes away from le Bon Marché

Eggs & Co: We had a delicious lunch in this cozy place in the heart of Saint Germain. Specialty is of course the egg whether it is poached, scrambled, Benedict or shirred, with truffle, cheese, bacon, vegetables (really good) or salmon. A refreshing little discovery!

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  1. April 22nd, 2013

    Such great photographs! Paris is always a good idea! :-)


  2. Eleven Lovely Things (Post author)
    April 23rd, 2013

    Thanks! And yes you’re so right about Paris, never disappointing.

    Have a great day!

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