giovedì 10 gennaio 2013

Parigi, brunch indimenticabile da Pamela Popo


Rientrata da pochi giorni dalle vacanze natalizie e già pronta a postare su LovEat  !

Però, prima di mostrarvi tutti i ristoranti pizzicati qua e la per il mondo, voglio ritornare a Parigi e chiudere il week end parigino con Pamela Popo!
L'ho lasciato per ultimo perchè è un posticino che mi è piaciuto molto. 
Me lo ha caldamente suggerito  un amico che è spesso a Paris per lavoro e che,  in fatto di ristoranti, probabilmente è più "puntiglioso" di me. Ho colto la palla al balzo ed ho prenotato.
Manuela Popo è un piccolo ristorantino nel cuore del Marais, proprio vicino a Saint Paul, assolutamente perfetto per il nostro brunch domenicale dopo una passeggiata in bicicletta al Sacre Coeur. 

Ambiente raccolto, piccolino, sfizioso, molto parigino. Assolutamente delizioso.
Il brunch è prettamente americano: insalate, salmone, bagel ripieno di prosciutto mozzarella e pomodoro, oppure ripieno al tonno e le immancabili ottime uova alla benedict. Buono!
Per concludere, al tavolo, tutti e 4 abbiamo ordinato un dolce di pane anche se, per chi vuole concludere con qualcosa di un pò più leggero, mi dicono che il sushi di frutta sia spettacolare. Pamela Popo e aperto a pranzo e  cena. Io ho provato solo il brunch  domenicale, per il resto...lascio a voi la valutazione! :)

Pamela Popo
Costo: $$
Aperto tutti i giorni a pranzo e cena
Consigliata la prenotazione
15 Rue Francois Miron
75004 Parigi
Tel: +33 1 42741465

Returned from a Christmas break and ready to post on LovEat!

But before I show you all the restaurants pinched here and there in the world, I want to return to Paris and close the weekend in Paris with Pamela Popo!
I left it for last because it is a place that I really liked.
This place had strongly been  suggested to me by a friend who is often in Paris for work and that,  for what concerns restaurants, he is probably "pickier" than me. I caught the ball and I booked it.
Manuela Popo is a small restaurant in the heart of the Marais, right next to Saint Paul’s, absolutely perfect for our Sunday brunch after a bike ride to the Sacre Coeur.

Intimate environment, little, tasty, very Parisian. Absolutely delicious.
Brunch is purely American:  salads, salmon, bagels filled with ham and mozzarella, tomatoes, stuffed with tuna and the inevitable fantastic  Benedict eggs. Good!
Finally, at the table,  we all  ordered a bread pudding, but for those who want to end with something a bit lighter, I know that the sushi fruit is spectacular. Pamela Popo is open for lunch and dinner. I have only tried the Sunday brunch, for the rest ... I leave you the chance to rate it! :)

Pamela Popo
Cost: $$
Open daily for lunch and dinner
Reservations are recommended
15 Rue Francois Miron
75004 Parigi
Tel: +33 1 42741465

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