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Posts by Ana Lee

Depot Vente du 17e

Luxury depot vente (second hand shop) in the 17th above Parc Monceau. Here you’ll find last season’s Chloe bags, Dior ties (at 40 euros), and exceptional vintage Chanel jewelry. Used designer clothing but also sample items straight off the catwalk.   Depot Vente du 17e… Read more

Guilo-Guilo

Exceptional Japanese cuisine in the heart of Montmartre, the Guilo-Guilo is held by renowned Kyoto chef Eiichi Edakuni. Unique menu composed of little dishes (tempura de figues, sashimi de thon rouge sauce aux salsifis chinois, sushi de fois gras, gelée de citron vert…) prepared on… Read more

Andy Wahloo

A Marais stalwart, from what appears to be an oriental épicerie on the outside, inside you’ll find an eccentric bar and eclectic mix of pop art and Moroccan deco. Wahloo also includes a leafy patio on the courtyard. Head for happy hour in the later… Read more

Piscine Pontoise

  Image: Vincent Noel The Piscine Pontoise is one of the most legendary pools in Paris. Built in the 1930s, this historical landmark has attracted stars such as Commander Cousteau and swimming champion Johnny Weismuller (also known as Tarzan). More recently, Juliette Binoche swam here on the… Read more

Sacha Finkelsztajn

  If you’re strolling around rue des Rosiers and you don’t feel like felafel, Sacha Finkelsztajn’s (the yellow bakery) is a great Marais stalwart, filled with rib-sticking Yiddish delicacies from bureks, cheesecake, poppy seed cake and their famous pastrami sandwiches! Their take starts with (if… Read more

Centre Pompidou

Text: Ana Lee  In the heart of the Marais, you’ll find one of Paris’s most famous museums – known to locals as Beaubourg although its official name is the Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou, it’s a junction for the visual arts, theatre, music, and… Read more