Paris is a multicultural city, you can experience the world walking just a few blocks. This tour is an eulogy to many influences that makes this city so special. A franco-japanese restaurante lights up the lunch. There is a true mix of delicate and fresh flavours thats enhance both cultures it is a step ahead anything you could imagine. Not far from this place, a gallery specialised in Brazilian furniture bring you to a modern and clean design. Brazil's architecture at it finest. You than experience one of the oldest market in Paris, survived the turbulent events of 1789 and 1871. The tour ends in a lovely coffee shop, bring crazy flavours from all around the world to the French cuisine. The world never felt so small.
Le Petit Keller
Galerie Patrick Seguin
Marché d'Aligre Beauvau
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