Thursday, September 13, 2012

Vins & Terroirs


This place just screams Paris.  I hope the food is as good as the décor.

Vins & Terroirs
66 rue Saint-André
75006 Paris

16 comments:

Vreni said...

Oh yes, VERY Paris!

Joop Zand said...

Very good picture....i like such stores

greetings, Joop

Peter Olson said...

The best way to know is to try! Did you walk by without testing?

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Fascinating! You should try eating there!
Duncan In Kuantan

James Wei said...

This facade is stunning to look at. Artistic.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Call me crazy, I thought I was looking into the windows of a rain !

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

I would go for the wine.
Costas

Kristie Franklin said...

Love this photo! It is the epitome of what French cafe's look like! I want to go inside, have a bite and soak up the atmosphere! :)

Natalie said...

Looks so cozy and inviting. Sings Paris.

Starman said...

I've seen this place (in a picture) before It looks a lot like the picture on my dining table place mats.

Janey and Co. said...

It has a very high rating on Trip Advisor..

Jeanie said...

Oh, I wish I'd eaten there so I could give you a review. On signage and decor, it would be a 10!

AL said...

It couldn't be anywhere else! I want to peek inside now please?

Jack said...

Wines and terriers?

Wines and terrorists?

I really do need to learn French.

Virginia said...

Jack I admit to thinking something similiar! Actually it can mean the land, vineyards, soil. Maybe the Frenchies can elaborate!

Christina Lombana said...

This is my absolute favorite restaurant in Paris. the Ravioli is TO DIE FOR. I recommend to ANYONE going to Paris to stop by. I discovered this restaurant when I was studying in Paris at the Sorbonne when I was 16, and I have gone back every time I'm in Paris. I spent a semester there in college and introduced all my friends to it! It is very, very French (read: if the patrons don't know you, they will not be particularly charming), but just for the Ravioli it is WORTH IT. It Melts. In. Your. Mouth. (And I don't even really like pasta!)

GREAT POST!