Paris has always been romanticised by writers and travellers alike. Perhaps so much so that it falls short of expectations for some, but my heart was swayed by the connection that my sister had with this beautiful, pink-hued city. I had no intentions to go anywhere but London, but Allen reminded me of how much Liz loved Paris and how she and I had planned to meet there in five months times. So, we caught the Eurostar train from London and after three short hours, we found ourselves in the heart of Paris.
I hope everyone had a great Christmas and snagged some bargains during the boxing day sales! I woke up bright and early and battled Chadstone’s parking (saw a few fights!!!) to get ZIP! Disappointing but now I know to just stay home and stick to online sales. Did you guys manage some good buys?
They brought out bread after our orders were placed. The bread was wonderfully crusty and so delicious with the butter.
I was royally spoilt for my birthday last year and was surprised by a lovely dinner at Vue de Monde (pre-relocation). Obviously since the relocation was in June 2011, this was a fair while ago. I’m only just getting back into my food blog so I’ll just leave you with the pictures of our experience.
The mammoth wine list