Very nice place where you can take your time for a coffee or eat french cooking by a Japanese chef. The design is like you’re at home and there are different artist displayed on the walls.
Address
Le Square Gardette, 24 rue Saint Ambroise, 75011, Paris, France
Current city: Paris
Noemi Schipfer graduated from the graphic design highschool Estienne in Paris. As an illustrator she published her first children’s book last January and the second one will be released by the end of August. She also make illustrations for magazines and book covers, and has recently set up a new agency in collaboration with architect Takami Nakamoto to create architectural installations.
 

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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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La tour Eiffel / Eiffel Tower Secret Place A hallmark of modern architecture the iconic Parisian landmark, was constructed with latticed wrought iron. World's Fair — of 1889. It was constructed to commemorate the centennial of the French Revolution and to demonstrate France's industrial prowess to the world. 
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Posted by Anna Sudit
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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A small market open Tuesday to Saturday in a beautiful hall at 39, rue de Bretagne in the 3rd arrondissement. People come here for lunch as much as for shopping. It is the oldest market in Paris and it takes its name from an orphanage, established in the sixteenth century, who collected the lost children and wore red. Especially the Japanese cookshop and the Cous-Cous are worth going there.
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Very popular in the warm days, deserted at night, frozen in winter. I grew up with canals and long walks along them, so it's nice to do the same here.
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