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Filakia

Filakia

9 Rue Mandar, 75002 Paris

In a city that’s filled with shawarma and pita around almost every corner, how do you find one that stands out from the late-night/touristy rest? Well look no further than the Montorgueil area for this gem of souvlaki maison (homemade)! All the right flavours in all the right places!

Kozy – salon urbain

Kozy – salon urbain

79 avenue Bosquet 75007 Paris

You’re on your way back from the Eiffel Tower and it’s brunch time… where do you go? I offer you this gem of a place, Kozy ! It’s chill and “kozy” as the name implies. The brunch was exactly what my friend and I needed for a friendly catch-up session in Paris. 

Café Méricourt

Café Méricourt

22 rue de la Folie Méricourt 75011 Paris

I took my time to try this brunch staple out, wanting to avoid the immediate popularity that ensued as soon as it opened. But I’m glad I finally tried out since now it makes sense to me why people are drawn to this very simple but quaint café. The food is good, the coffee is good. This is the Sunday-morning place you’re looking for!

Aloha Café

Aloha Café

32 rue Pierre Fontaine 75009 Paris

From the moment I saw this Hawaiian themed café and their Instagram account, I knew I wanted to check it out! From the bright and fresh décor (not shortage of pineapples or monsteras here!) to the homey, cosy feel, this is a great place to meet with friends and catch up!

Pokawa

Pokawa

36 Rue Poissonnière, 75002 Paris

I have been wanting to try poké for a very long time now! It looked like such a fun salad that wasn’t just boring lettuce and tomato but cool avocado, salmon, edamome and more. Pokawa treated me right on this super hot summer day, and now I wonder how did I go all summer without this meal?

Fringe

Fringe

106 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris

Fringe was the perfect spot for a calm day of bullet journaling. It’s got the simple Swedish style on the inside. The cloud-like lights that ironically bring you back down to earth. The coffee itself is top notch! They even have guest espressos that allow you to try something new!

SO NAT

SO NAT

5, rue Bourdaloue 75009 Paris

The exterior grabs your attention but it’s the healthy food that will keep you coming back (no guilt included). The restaurant itself makes you feel like you’re sitting in a tree in the middle of the jungle (in the best way possible!). Delicious buddha bowls that really inspire you to want to eat healthy, have fresh ingredients all the time and cook them in simple but great ways just like they do!

Judy, cantine qualitarienne

Judy, cantine qualitarienne

18 Rue de Fleurus, 75006 Paris

From the moment I saw this café covered in greens of all kind, I knew I would be at ease here!
Cantine qualitarienne… en fin, c’est quoi?

Pink Mamma

Pink Mamma

20bis rue de Douai 75009 Paris

I finally made my way to the famous new addition to the Big Mamma group of Italian restaurants: Pink Mamma! Some of you may have already had your newsfeeds filled with pictures of the beautiful glass ceiling on the top floor or of the amazing Italian food that rarely disappoints! For those of you who don’t know about this place, keep reading and preferably without an empty stomach (automatic torture will ensue!)

Matamata Coffee

Matamata Coffee

58 Rue d’Argout, 75002 Paris

I had heard good things about this café in the trendy 2ème arrondissement of Paris! I can confirm that this is, in fact, a really nice café that’s not too big, not too small but just right!