How many croissants did I eat in Paris?
The limit does not exist.
I also enjoyed my fair share of Parisian toast. This is a thick piece of French bread topped with butter, seasonings, and lots of cheese. It is then toasted so the cheese melts and gets a bit crispy. I was honestly in heaven! Alongside were some delicious fried potatoes and salad. Nicolas enjoyed some duck confit which he said was also delicious. We went to this particular bistro twice because it was that good.
We also enjoyed a lovely brunch at Zia. I wrote an entire post on our experience there, so be sure to check it out after reading this post!
The night we got engaged, Nicolas treated me to the most amazing dinner at Le Coupe Chou. This restaurant was phenomenal. I cannot wait to go back! The food was some of the best food I’ve ever eaten, and the atmosphere was romantic and cozy. I have plenty more photos in our engagement post if you didn’t read it already. Can you tell this was one of the happiest days of my life? 🙂
Macarons. Nothing more to say. Just macarons.
I also enjoyed several cappuccinos and cups of tea. Our hotel had afternoon tea every day, and I really enjoyed it! Nicolas impulsively ordered a strawberry milkshake one afternoon, too, but I don’t think it was as good as my cappuccino. 😉 I kept asking, “Why did you order that?!” He asked me to marry him a couple hours later, so I think maybe he was just nervous! Haha
Last but not least, we went to a little, authentic Italian restaurant in the Latin quarter. I simply couldn’t go on holiday without eating Italian food just once. Nicolas got his favorite – Margherita pizza. I (of course) got pasta!
Eating was definitely one of the highlights of our Paris trip. I enjoyed every single meal! I am not surprised one bit because I’ve heard how amazing French food is my whole life and looked forward to traveling there for the longest time! What is your favorite dish you’ve eaten while on holiday? Let me know in the comments below!
Everything sounds amazing!
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It was all fantastic, Candice! Thanks for stopping by xx
Yum yum yum! That all sounds amazing!
Ugh, it definitely was! 🙂
I had the thickest, rarest tuna steak in Montmartre once – it came with pickled vegetables and an aubergine ‘caviar’ which was actually more like a highly seasoned sauce. It was ace! x
Mmm, sounds delicious and fancy! 🙂
I had some of the best food of my life in Paris, it has amazing cuisine!
Totally agree, girly! 🙂