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JEREMIE25 novembre 2014
24, rue des Ecouffes, 75004 Paris
Metro : Saint-Paul.
Tel : 01 48 87 92 85.
Open every Monday and Tuesday 10-7, Thursday 9-7, Friday 9-7:30, Saturday 10-7:30, Sunday 9-7:30. Closed on Wednesdays.
Delivery orders can be made at: www.citycake.fr and consult link below for on-line store.
Positive: They have a terrace.
Heyyyyyyyy, I would like some Borscht, Zakouski, Shmaltzherring, Lokshen, Krepl’e, Gefilte fish and Tchoulent. No, I didn’t just run my fingers up and down my keyboard – these funny looking Yiddish words are none other than Jewish specialties from Central Europe and Russia. Despite their strange titles they are miraculously similar to what my grandparents would make. Eating in Paris can be a real adventure.
Welcome to Florence Kahn, nicknamed « la petite boulangerie bleue » (the little blue bakery) by the regulars of the neighborhood, where you can find the most spot-on Ashkenazi (Jewish from Central Europe) food on the rue des Rosiers. A mix of both a classic and modern Yiddishland, it is true paradise for someone searching for Ashkenazi cuisine – that being said, we wanted to just gobble up just about everything in the shop from the selection of meats, fromage frais, taramasalta, sausages, golden breads and other dreamy desserts.