Jardin De Paris Asnieres

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

83, boulevard Voltaire, Paris, Ile-de-France, 92600, France
Hotel Jardin de Paris Asnieres
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Costs 38% less but rated 19% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Fried food in Paris

by ccvisit

Any restaurant suggestions to sample how Parisians do fried foods (or do they even do fried foods?). Ideal area would be within a 15 minute walk from the Louvre. Thank you!//c.

Re: Fried food in Paris

by xymmot

Zz I do wonder where the name "french fries" cme from lol

Re: Fried food in Paris

by ccvisit

Thanks for the response, all. I do like to try two main food items throughout the world whenever available: 1) beer and 2) fried foods. Thanks again!//c.

Re: Fried food in Paris

by Pomerol

"French" fries actually come from Belgium and were so named by the Allies in World war I when they first ate them in the French communities of Belgium.

Re: Fried food in Paris

by xymmot

sounds right pedmar, the French like to brasied or roast meat and they like to take the time to prepare their foods with sauces even though they have Mc Donalds there. french food can be simple boil like Provence country cooking and frying is like a no-no. Even though one of my favorite is Trout Meuniere, their cooking method is pan frying it on a cast iron skillet. No big oily deep fried grease. Although there are some cafes and restaurants across the bridge from the Northe Dame that are ethenic that sells gyros and soluvakis that has some fried foods, the french fries are the only things I have seen fried there.Yeah for French food, where a meal is to enjoy with friends over wine.

Re: Fried food in Paris

by SallyM

What about crepes?

Re: Fried food in Paris

by emilietravel

Hi!

Just have a look on those restaurants :-)

http://www.travel-avenue.com/7228729-93-montmartre-paris.html
http://www.travel-avenue.com/7229146-les-ronchons-paris.html

Re: Fried food in Paris

by SallyM

OK, I give up. I'm confused. How do you make crepes without frying them (i.e. in a frying pan)?

Re: Fried food in Paris

by SallyM

Ah. Over here, recipes generally involve melted butter and a frying pan!

Re: Fried food in Paris

by xymmot

there is non-stick wear that people use. My frind had a crepere store and I made crepes by spooning the batter on the machine, spread it thin with a wooden shovel spoon, shape like a T and then just folding them. I thnk the oil is in the batter on low heat, but I do not remember using any oil to cook it. You can google or You Tube it to see it done <I am sure.

Re: Fried food in Paris

by ccvisit

Thank you for the restaurant recommendations, All. And also for the entertaining crepe exchange. I'm good to go with pan or deep fried but in this forum, I at least learned that the French don't do deep fried. Good to know. Thanks!

Re: Fried food in Paris

by pweatherly

When I am in Paris,I am going to try Au Trappist, on Rue St. Denis (right by the Chatelet Metro - not too far from the Louvre). It is supposed to have a great selection of beer, and mussels and fries. Here is a link to some info: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/6869/

Have fun!

Re: Fried food in Paris

by WhiteMughal

So what is the favorite way to do potatoes in France?

Re: Fried food in Paris

by WhiteMughal

In French class, we learned a phrases "pommes frites". What kind of food is that? Somehow, I'd always thought it was "french fries", but maybe it refers to something entirely different.

Travel Tips for Paris

Attitude...

by Agraichen

How can there be only one favorite thing about Paris. I've not been there enough to choose yet. Actually missing the last metro car by 10 seconds and having to walk back through the city at night. Probably not the brightest thing done, but certainly memorable...

Window Boxes

by tiabunna

While in Paris, I found myself very taken by the floral window boxes which adorn the city. It isn’t surprising, in a way, because for the residents of units in the multi-storey buildings, this is the only garden they own. The window boxes do add a distinctive character to the city though, as do the identifiably Parisian roofs and chimneys in the background of the second photo.

Les Pages Jaunes - Paris' Yellow Pages

by BeatChick

One of the best pieces of advice I received was concerning the website, Les Pages Jaunes (the French Yellow Pages). Following is the website:
www.pagesjaunes.fr

Once you're in, you'll see a tiny British flag in the upper right-hand corner, click on that to have the English version of this website. Then you can type things in by category or by name to see a photo and also a map. Once you're looking at the photo of the place, you can click on the "street" icon (to the right) with arrows to left and right to literally walk down a street. You can use that to gauge how many blocks distance is betweeen 2 sites (you can also turn corners onto other streets).

For map info before you get to Paris, if you know where you're going that 1st day (before you can manage to pick up that Plan de Paris) then I'd suggest printing out maps from here beforehand. They even have itinerary info that tells you how to get from place to another along with how long it takes to walk there, etc.. For instance, if you wanted to know how to get from your hotel to Place de la Concorde, then you'd go to that website, type in Place de la Concorde (this will be used as your destination point), click "Itinéraire" button, then type in the address for your hotel, choose your mode (Express for fastest way, Sans Péage or Piéton for pedestrian/walking time & distance). Pages Jaunes is also great for photos, too! When you're using the photo option you can use the arrows to "walk" down the streets - pretty cool function, I must say. Hope that helps you in your planning. Bonne journée!

I suggest you go see the Mona...

by ksal26

I suggest you go see the Mona Lisa. Its no big deal, but its nice to say you got to see the real thing.
Notre Dame is very beautiful. Go to up the towers and you have a spectacular view of Paris. Including a wonderful view of the Eifle Tower.

The French Open at Roland Garros

by iNorv9

One of four tennis "Grand Slam" tournaments, and the only one that's played on clay. I'm not particularly much of a tennis fan, but I thorougly enjoyed my day at Roland Garros.

The tournament takes place every year in late May/early June. I went on promotional day, where for 9 euro you were free to enter and exit all of the stadiums as much as you please, with the exception Phillipe Chatrier (Center Court). Turned out to be a great time; the 8 or so hours I spent there went by in a flash. Check out the website for details about future tournaments and promotions.

Bottom-line: Great for sports fans.... the world's best tennis played at one of the world's most celebrated sites. However, for most days, even general admission can get expensive.

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