Pizza In Paris

by Roni

IMG_3332

As you know by know Paris is one of my favorite cities in the world and there’s almost nothing I love more than sitting in a cafe watching Parisian life go by. I stumbled upon a very small restaurant called Genio located on Blvd. Raspail was a fantastic choice for great food and people watching.

It was raining but I was still able to sit outside under the awning. I never really order pizza in Paris because I love French food so much but I tried something a bit different and got a pizza. I ordered the special (pizza du jour which means pizza of the day) with a glass of wine (surprise, surprise) and I ate the whole thing. It was delish.

When you go to Paris oftentimes there will be a chalkboard like the one below which will have the daily offerings for you to choose from. Restaurants also have menus of course but this is a quick way to see what a restaurant offers.

20141015_072619

 I went to the ladies room and I want you to see the staircase. Staircases in Paris can sometimes be very narrow and the steps aren’t wide at all so be careful when you are walking as its easy to trip. Not that I know that from personal experience of anything.

20141015_072216

These are a couple of shots of the people I saw walking by. Boulevard Raspail is in the 6th arrondissement in Paris which is a very chic area of the city so watching people walk by is always a joy. If you’re in Paris I don’t think you’ll be disappointed if you choose to eat here.

IMG_3338

 

IMG_3319

 

 Genio * 79 Bv Raspail * 75006* Paris, France

 

Sorry this post is a bit late! I am feeling a little under the weather but I’m off to rest and I’m sure I’ll be fine soon. Come back Monday for another new post and until then find me on Instagram, Twitter or my Facebook FanPage where I will be posting pics and travel deals! Have a great weekend!

 

You may also like

Leave a Comment

2 comments

Liz March 11, 2015 - 3:44 pm

Thanks for sharing your story! Makes me want to go to Paris. I think it is okay to order food that isn’t really native to where you are traveling – often they are able to put their own local flare on it.

Reply
Roni March 17, 2015 - 12:33 am

The pizza was relish and definitely didn’t taste like pizza I’ve had in the States!

Reply