Three cities, three restaurants

In Mai of this year I had to visit three different customers in three different cities in two days.  Those were Tielt in Belgium, Paris and Dijon in France.  During that trip I had some particular meals.

On my way to Tielt I stopped at Deinze.  I had driven for five hours from Mannheim and was early enough to have lunch before having to check-in at the customers. I went to the city center and found a nice Italian restaurant; the crew was mostly from Bari. I got a nice appetizer and a tasty prosciutto pizza, the place is called Il Punto.

After my meeting was over I took the road again and reached Paris.  On the way I crossed this mill.

And later the Bastille monument.

In Paris I decided to go to a Vietnamese restaurant, The Song Huong in the 13th arrondissement.  I had some nems with a Chinese beer.

I also had a nice Soup Tourane.

The next part of the trip took me to Dijon.  I was early on the road, I had breakfast after sunrise, I stopped at a gas station, there I found La Croissanterie, a caffeteria franchise well present in the french territory.  I took a classical Pain au Chocolat-Croissant-Coffee combo.

Once in Dijon I took a walk in the beautiful down town

For lunch I was not in a mood for a restaurant. I simply went to a Boulangerie that from Mr. Frelin

I bought an Emmental-Ham sandwich, a Tarte aux Fraises and a Perrier.  The dove on the picture approved my choice.

Mario Alvarez

About Mario Alvarez

On regular business trips since 1998, I was lucky and unlucky to eat at the best and not the best places in The Nafta Region and Europe while on the road.
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