Question: what would be the result of a cross between Connecticut and Brittany? Answer: the new Parisian snobbery: a lobster hot dog from the Lobster bar, Paris's latest fashionable restaurant.
Dragging yourself out of bed and battling your way across Paris to chew on a croissant as tired as you are : if that's what brunch feels like, you might as well stay at home. Unless it's in your neighbourhood, unless it involves Nutella, unless it's jazzy, bookish, cosy, exotic ...
Brrrrr. You know what you need ? A warming bowl of soup. The kind of soup that steams up your glasses, burns your fingers and sets your cheeks on fire. As shivering Parisian soupivores, we've been hunting down the best soup spots for weeks. Here are our top five.
Les Cocottes, 135, rue Saint-Dominique, 7th.
Pumpkin soup : 7 €
tel : 01 45 50 10 31
When the cold starts howling at the window, there is nothing more comforting than the smell of an apple pie baking in the oven. To make sure you get it just right, put your trust in the little apple trader.