Thursday, July 1, 2010
After hitting the pavement running, muscling your way through the boutiques and the department stores to catch the latest sale item during the 5 weeks of "Soldes" (Sales), you may be feeling a bit tapped out money-wise or energy-wise but there is always room for ice-cream as far as I am concerned.
The Figaro recently published a list of 10 ice-cream parlors in Paris that you have got to try.
You can read the original article by clicking here (in French only)
Grom - 81, rue de Seine, 6th district Open daily; Price: 3,50 € (2 flavors)
Raimo - 59-61, bd de Reuilly, 12th district. Open daily; Price: 5 € the cone (2 flavors), 6.50 € for a glass of ice-cream (2 flavors), served on the terrace
Martine Lambert - 192, rue de Grenelle, 7th district. Daily except Mondays; Price: 2 scoops for 4.70 €
Le Bac à Glaces - 109, rue du Bac, 7th district. Daily except Sundays; Price: Cone with 2 scoops 4 €
It Mylk - 15, rue de l'Ancienne-Comédie, 6th district. Open daily. Price: 3.50-6.90 €
La Tropicale - 180 boulevard Vincent Auriol, 13th district. Open daily except Sundays. Price: 2 scoops for 3.80 €
A la Mère de Famille - 35, rue du faubourg-Montmartre, 9th district. Open daily except Sunday afternoon.. Price: cone with 2 scoops 3 €
Amorino - 15 boutiques throughout Paris. 1 spot in the 11th at 4, rue de la Roquette. Open daily. Price 3-5.50 € (3 sizes) and from 3-8.50 € for a carton (5 sizes).
Pozetto - 39, rue du Roi-de-Sicile, 4th district. Open daily; Price: from 7.50€ eaten in-house or 3.50€ take-away
Gelati d'Alberto - 45, rue Mouffetard, 5th district & 11, rue des Lombards, 1st district. Open daily. 2 flavors for 3€, 3 flavors for 4€, 4 flavors for 5€
So take your pick and enjoy your favorite flavors and some new ones at this great hot spots where you can relax and cool down.
Posted by Yetunde at 10:00
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