Bringing you Wednesday’s selection of posts from other Anglobloggers on France. This week, Weekend in Paris, Femmes Francophiles and French Entrée. Many thanks!
Dijon More Than Cuts the Mustard
by The Weekend in Paris – Paris advice that is practical and fun
A weekend in Dijon is just the ticket for anyone who wants to get out of the hustle and bustle of Paris and get down to some serious fun. A mere 1 ½ hours by train from Paris, Dijon has it all…world-class museums, top shopping, fab wine tasting, amazing walks along the most charming streets and yes, the famous Dijon mustard. Read more …
Coffee culture in Paris
from FrenchEntrée.com – France for Australians
When I lived and worked in Paris, coffee was the one thing that continually frustrated me. How could a country which is famous for its food and wine, serve such bad coffee? This is a question that has left me baffled on many occasions in what is otherwise my favourite country – Rachel Guernier investigates. Read more…
How to Open a Bottle of Wine with a Shoe
from Femmes Francophiles
Some practical advice for that emergency situation when you have wine but no corkscrew. Not sure that this situation would arise in France. What self-respecting French woman or man would be without a corkscrew? See the video!
4 thoughts on “Dijon more than cuts the mustard – Coffee Culture in Paris – Open a Bottle of Wine with a Shoe –”
The coffee at Coutume is definitely a step up from most places! I’m not normally a big coffee drinker but I really enjoyed it there – and the best thing is, it’s not even a 10 minute walk from uni! An Aussie mate has recommended another place, though the name has escaped me, which serves ‘even better’ coffee.
Still looking forward to opening a bottle of wine with a shoe!
Well, let me know when you remember the other place!
Fondation cafe has very good coffee! I’m from sydney & I researched! English speaking barista also who understands good coffee 🙂
16 rue du petit 75003
I’ll have to check it out!