Our First (Of Many) in Paris

Au Forum

23-25 Rue de Chabrol, 75010 Paris, France

Just two weeks into our trip, K and I found ourselves in the City of Love. Paris was absolutely stunning, and I couldn’t wait to start our culinary adventures here.

For our first night, we decided on a little restaurant called Au Forum. It’s a step away from the traditional, and instead serves a fusion of Asian and French food. We were greeted by the waiter/owner, who was a lovely Asian man who spoke very good English. Even though the menu was in French only, he was kind enough to spend quite a lot of time translating it for us.

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Beef Roti (€4,50)

The roti in this dish was absolutely amazing. Warm, flaky and with loads of layers, it was the perfect accompaniment to the tender beef and Sriracha sauce.

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Chicken (front) and beef (back) ‘bol’ (€10 each)

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Chicken ‘bol’ (€10)

Both of these were very tasty and the rice at the bottom was well cooked. The portion size was a bit on the small side however.

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Roti with grilled peach

Again, the roti was excellent, and you can never go wrong with beautifully grilled, caramelised peaches.

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This was a really interesting restaurant with some great dish concepts. The food was prepared fresh and were full of great quality ingredients. While the prices were reasonable, I did leave a little hungry, which was the major letdown. Otherwise, I’d recommend this place for a light meal if you’re looking to try something a little different in Paris.

xx Judy

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