As someone who grew up in Israel, Israeli kitchen holds a big place in my heart and stomach. In New York, and in London (and Paris, I suppose) it’s not the easiest food to find. And when you find a good Israeli run kitchen, you’re going to lick your plate clean - promise. I inhale a Miznon pita faster than any other food. It’s fresh and it’s delicious and it’s made with love.
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Posted by Tom Moglu
There's a few secondhand clothes stores in Paris, but always immaculately selected, expensive and fashionable. Guerrisol however is a huge, dirt cheap jumble sale. Stock seems to rotate daily in each of their four stores, and prices fluctuate on the hour. Sifting through endless rails of synthetic jackets at €3 can suddenly reveal a hidden gem.
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Posted by JEFF PAG
A cute little restaurant with good sandwiches with a wink on the south east of France. And nice cookies ! Yummy
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One of my favourite bookstore in Paris ful of graphic design and illustrations books.
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This little charming hotel is quirky yet elegant and mixes bespoke furniture with graphic prints. The owner Yoan Marciano is a friend of mine and work hard to keep this special atmosphere where you feel like at sweet home
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Yorgaki is my brainchild. I felt there was a need for a place to share my culinary passions with others, and help people discover the uniqueness of Greek coffee traditions. And of course the adventure serves as a design experiment, with napkins designed like the paper tablecloth maps of the Cyclades, with a humorous take on Paris’ neighborhoods. Freshly opened in the 9th Arrondissement, Yorgaki is the first « Kafeneion », or Greek Café, in Paris. Serving Greek coffee cooked on hot sand, Frappés, Fredo Expressos and more traditional hot and cold Hellenic drinks, it also has a selection of fresh food prepared on spot. Tzatziki, Melitzanosalata, Tarama, Greek Choriatiki salad, marinated anchovies and kalamata olives can be shared around a Fix or a Mythos, the classic Greek beers. For dessert, Loukoums and Kourabies sourced in Greece, a locally-produced Portokalopita, and the legendary Caprice biscuit are here as reminders of the taste of Greece.
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