Rockin’ the Cuisine Scene: Canal St M

In a tangle of streets fanning out along the Canal Saint Martin, Paris X, hidden gems await…THE spot of the moment, worth locating on unglamorous rue Vicq d’Azir near Metro Colonel Fabien, Fraîche, highly rated for top quality ingredients, creativity and fine service:  http://www.fraicheparis.fr (See website for prices)

DSC03602Above left: Seabream ceviche in sweet and sour marinade with taragon and piquillo peppers, sculpted radish, cucumber, herbs, and crisp. Right: Patience du moment hors’ d oeuvre, bowl of prawns in piquant herb salsa, spicy avocado dip, Asian cabbage, toasted bread from Liberté artisanal bakery and pâtisserie: http://libertepatisserieboulangerie.comDSC03601Catch of the day sea bass with artichokes in poivrade sauce, sea asparagus, aged mimolette accents and several other delicious secret ingredients.DSC03600Lemony madeleines to enjoy while we pay the bill (couldn’t resist mine)… And of course house-selected chilled rosé….DSC03604 (1)Gender-equal kitchen with a female and a male chef: Tiffany Depardieu (Top Chef Season 2) and Michel Boivin. An attentive maitre ‘d watches over your table. Family and couple-friendly.DSC03603 Venturing down the hill to your left, more possibilities for summer evenings:DSC03619Above, Le verre taquin, a highly-rated beer and wine bar: http://www.facebook.com/leverretaquinDSC03620La Baraque A tea room and coffee shop: http://www.facebook.com/La-Baraque-A-828761103855850/ praised online for delicious brunches and karaoke…DSC03621And La Fontaine de Belleville for tasty and reasonable café food: http://lefooding.com/en/restaurants/restaurant-la-fontaine-de-belleville-paris

Nourishment for thought (in French): an article about 40 female chefs rockin’ the cuisine scene in Paris, lots of addresses to try:

http://www.telerama.fr/sortir/les-40-femmes-qui-agitent-la-gastronomie-parisienne,154973.php

And courtesy of my favorite travel writer and style curator, Sylvia Sabes http://m.facebook.com/LoveOnlyNParis/ ten eateries open during the annual Parisian summer closings:

http://www.lefigaro.fr/sortir-paris/2017/07/05/30004-20170705ARTFIG00021-dix-tables-ouvertes-en-juillet-et-en-aout-a-paris.php

Enjoy! xxxxx Aliss

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