In all my recent trips to paris I fiubd myself late night hungry some of the local restaurants in the "pletzel"-jewish quarter are open untill very late. So enjoy.
Our friends had rented an apartment on rue Pavee in the Marais Area or Jewish Quarter so we visited several times during our three month stay in Paris. The Kosher food (Falafel Pita) was excellent and several good bakeries. Even though this is the Jewish Quarter there is also good diversity of many cultures.
La rue des Rosiers lies at the center of the Jewish quarter unofficially called "the Pletzl" (Yiddish for "little place"). Agoudas Hakehilos Synagogue (Union of the Communities), at 10 rue Pavee in Le Marais, commonly referred to at the Pavee synagogue or Guimard synagogue, was erected in 1913 by the architect Hector Guimard. Its façade is beautiful and unique. Boulangerie... More
This neighborhood has wonderful food. It is in the Marais, which is already beautiful, but the Rue des Rosiers is especially great as far as restaurants go. There are several Jewish bakeries here (yummy), as well as my favorite restaurant in Paris, l'As du Fallafel. The falafel pita sandwich is amazing - get it to go (cheaper) and find a... More
Lovely atmosphere with many signs in yiddish, lots of kosher food around (mostly sephardic) abd falafel is one of the best ive ever had
the sign for "Yiddish Sandwiches" amused me greatly! Did eat at the touted fellafel place and YES it IS that good!. Cute stores except for some of the signs=doesnt feel particularly Jewish-but a worthwhile visit
We were walking in the Jewish quarter and saw some commotion ahead of us on the street. (it was a quiet one way street and we were walking against traffic) As we got closer, I noticed the men were wearing kippot, and then I saw a limo coming towards us with flashing lights and honking its horn. We stumbled upon... More
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