Best restaurants in Paris
You know those times when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal but you’re hungrier for something more than just a measly bowl of olives or peanuts to accompany your apéritif ?
There seems to be a butcher on the loose, who keeps carving out bits and pieces of New York and selling the parts to Paris, as more and more places are popping up that can easily dupe you into believing you just walked into a slice of the Big Apple.
I had always assumed that Philadelphia cheese (and Bruce Springsteen) came from Philadelphia. I was wrong on both counts. I had also assumed that a philly cheesesteak actually contained Philadelphia cheese. I, thankfully, was also wrong about that. And I had definitely assumed that if anyone were ever to make a philly cheesesteak in Paris, it would probably be ‘frenchified’ in the same way as curry, tacos and sushi (which bizarrely does often actually contain Philadelphia cheese).
After showering you with glitzy soirées at Le Baron, providing you with a prime pre-mating setting at Hôtel Amour and nourishing you with Bentos at Nanashi, La Clique is now unleashing Le Fantôme, for your paranormal pleasure.
And out of the norm it is because if by chance, you end up strolling down the rue de Paradis and find your curiosity aroused by the nondescript entrance to a place that exudes an 80s-style ambiance counteracted with futuristic déco, you will be pleasantly surprised to discover what lies inside.