Planche Mixte at a wine bar near the Place de la Republique that we stumbled upon looking for our first food in Paris. When our lovely, charming waiter brought this out, our eyes nearly jumped out of our heads. Then he came back with a different basket of bread and told us to eat one of the cheeses with butter and that bread.
It might have tasted good because we were starving and in Paris and eating charcuterie at a café, or it might’ve just been delicious anyway.
After a 30 km bike through the vineyards, we earned a bottle of wine in Beaune while we watched people go by.
Burgundian specialties: oeuf en meurette and escargots.
Enjoying a bottle at our bed & breakfast on the vineyards in Nantoux.
A simple café crème at a nearby café.
Cidre from Brittany at Breizh Café, to be consumed out of bowls.
Buckwheat crepe with onion confit, gruyere, tripe sausage, and an egg at Breizh Café.
Macarons at Laduree.
Bonbons at Une Dimanche a Paris
Choux waiting to be filled to order.
All different kinds of goat cheese.
Our cheese board and wine following our food tour with Flavors of Paris.