French, wanderluster, and “yoginist”. This is Caroline Perrineau! Despite being only 30, she has lived in many places around the world, before coming back to her hometown, Paris, where, she has been teaching yoga since 2015. Discover with DATS her list of favourite spots in town!
My favorite restaurant in Paris at the moment! It’s friendly, yummy and fairly priced. You sit on a stool for a casual yet fine «tapas style» dish. Cuisine is inventive and seasonal. Options exist for vegetarians! I would go in the evening and wander around Saint Germain after.
It serves the best profiteroles in town! A typical French bistrot, it doesn’t stand out from the others at first, yet the cuisine is evolved and refined. The famous Chef Mr. Constant has made French cooking affordable at this place. You will find the restaurant to be often crowded with tourists, but the food is well worth it!
The place for a healthy vegan/vegetarian brunch on Sunday! It has lots of those yummy, healthy juices, matcha lattes, and a great shakshouka! Crowd is young and friendly.
My favourite coffee shop in Paris. Try their Banana bread, it’s the best! It’s located in a lovely street that also has a tiny Vietnamese restaurant and a bigger Korean restaurant on each end. Worth checking these spots as well.
The place for juices, energy balls, golden latte and any other things that a yogi/ healthy addict person would crave for.
This bar is well located in Saint Germain and is a great meeting point for an aperitivo with friends.
Very chilled place yet the crowd is not random, gathering hipsters with hippies in their early 30s. It has a Mexican vibe. You must try their Raiz cocktail.
The only place gathering great brands that doesn’t feel overcrowded.
This is the «top of the notch» store for food. A great place to buy food if you want to cook something in your Airbnb flat or bring something to your friends’ place.
A charming boutique hotel in the quiet 7th arrondissement.
A lovely boutique hotel, offering a high standard service. Also located in the 7th arrondissement.
Located in the Marais, it’s the oldest food (and most charming) food market in town. Go there and take a break at Tajine ; their mint tea is super!
Why do I recommend this place? Because you will sweat a lot while listening to great music and because I teach here too! It offers hot yoga classes in a dark room. If you know Y7 in NYC, think it’s the same, but in Paris.