First Time Trying TRADITIONAL FRENCH FOOD in Paris France! OLDEST Bakery in Paris

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • I went to Paris a long time ago, but I thought I'd come back and do a proper food tour! On this food adventure, I ate some amazing pastries, and one of my favorites was the pistachio escargot pastry, but I still love the original flakey and buttery croissants. At Chez Fernand, you'll have some of the riches foods there like the legendary Boeuf bourguignon defiantly get that because the beef is incredibly tender. I had the best soufflé at La Cuisine de Philippe you can get a savory one and when you need something sweet you can get the chocolate soufflé. If you want something cheesy, go to Pain Vin Fromage, it's a great experience because you get to cook your cheese and meats on a mini stove.#parisfood #frenchfood #traditionalfrenchfood #parisfoodtour #parisLocations:✧ Du Pain et des Idéeshttps://bit.ly/2sQabvL✧ Chez Fernandhttps://bit.ly/2TdH8On✧ Stohrerhttps://bit.ly/2TkhBDv✧ La Cuisine de Philippehttps://bit.ly/2mdTyrX✧ La Drogueriehttps://bit.ly/2DxQNdo✧ Pierre Herméhttps://bit.ly/2Ta5BEs✧ Pain Vin Fromagehttps://bit.ly/1Lzh7nF***MORE EXCLUSIVE Content on Instagram***✩ http://instagr.am/Mikexingchen➔ Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! http://bit.ly/2gu7REI✸ Strictly Dumpling T-Shirts HERE: http://bit.ly/2IVM2ts➣ Subscribe for MORE videos about food! http://bit.ly/1hsxh41➣ Subscribe to our COOKING Channel! http://bit.ly/2vz2UPT------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★Facebook Show Page: https://www.facebook.com/strictlydump...Facebook Mike Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/mikeychenxPersonal Instagram: http://instagr.am/MikexingchenTwitter: http://twitter.com/MikexingchenTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mikexchen◈ Equipment I use for filming◈ :Sony RX100 Mark V: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgc5/PANASONIC LUMIX G85: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcd/Wide Angle Lens: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgck/Camera Mic: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcn/Camera Lights: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcq/Handheld Audio Recorder: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcr/Tripod: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcu/Drone: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcx/My Favorite Cookware!wok/pan http://amzn.to/2f5G0upAlso this pan http://amzn.to/2f5QnyiPressure pan http://amzn.to/2wJIS7uNonstick pot http://amzn.to/2wHRgq1-------------------------------------✉ Send stuff to our P.O. Box!Mike Chen P.O. Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940-------------------------------------♫ Music by: Epidemic Soundhttp://www.epidemicsound.com
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  • Gertrude

     5 months ago

    I saw this notification but didn't click. I went out and had a Sat buffet lunch and now finally watching this. You can't hurt me now.

  • ilovepork and chicken

     12 days ago

    Ur cheating!

  • bloody mary

     1 months ago

    Ha. Ha we got a winner right here

  • Somni -

     5 months ago

    I am french and you just ended the greatest french war of all time.In Paris we call the chocolat pastry "pain au chocolat" (chocolate bread) but in Bordeaux, they call it "chocolatine" and we hate each other for that. Calling them chocolate croissant just signed an era of peace and happiness in this world.Thank you kind sir.Also, 4€ for a crêpe, you've just been robed, sorry about that.

  • Try Andrian

     11 days ago

    Well, the shape is exactly the croissant, with chocolate. So yeah, why would people fight each other if it's exactly a "croissant", not bread or pastry?

  • Supreme Leader

     15 days ago

    Vous allez voir sur internet la personne qui a inventé et vous verrez que c'est "Chocolatine" Merci :)

  • wanoushka

     5 months ago

    « That bite was cheesier than the entire Twilight series » your descriptions are hilarious

  • Greg Khar

     2 months ago

    Say it....say it out loud

  • John Okamoto

     3 months ago

    I know right?!? Nobody describes food like Mike!

  • jess mancuso

     5 months ago

    "this tastes like somehow a lobster and a crab flew up to heaven, got trapped in a cloud, and I'm eating that cloud right now" .... MIKE your descriptions are INCREDIBLE.

  • meeshaphrenic

     3 months ago

    The auto subtitles said "a lobster in a crap". 😂

  • Fire Plays

     4 months ago

    Pirate bruh

  • Kathy Heitz

     4 months ago

    tips for raclette: only the bacon is meant to be grilled. omg poor rosette slices 😭😭

  • Karen Brown

     yesterday

    ...and thus began what became known as the Great Charcuterie YouTube War of 2019.

  • Kathy Heitz

     12 days ago

    no louis XIV made french cuisine and other french made beautiful stuff famous all around Europe. And if you say rosette is the same as saucisson or salami then you don’t know charcuterie as there are so many different kind of cured meat everywhere in Europe , mainly from: Spain, France and Italy. And they are SO NOT the same.

  • shenshei

     5 months ago

    9:17 speaking of crazy rich asians... *glances at asians with massive louis vuitton bag in the background*

  • Alyssa C

     4 months ago

    Nicola M um okay?😂

  • Nicola M

     4 months ago

    @Edwina Godwin yeah at home most things sweet after a main meal would be considered dessert because it's just sweetness after dinner but in a restaurant it would be fancier. I don't know if fancier is even the right term because macarons are fancy but they would be regarded as more of a sweet treat to be had with a coffee than say a chocolate fondant with cream/ice cream. That is most definitely a dessert!

  • Kosui Hydrogen

     5 months ago

    The truth is... not many French people actually eat snails. But for those who do... it's not really about the snails. It's about the sauce. The most famous one is indeed garlic and butter... But you have many other combinations (like white wine and potted meat, breadcrumbs and caramelised onions, etc.). As you said, the French believe in sauce lol.And that was it for the snail minute. Thx.

  • cuzuvmcvoy

     1 months ago

    I love it buttery, garlicky basil sauce! Just like how mommakes it!

  • cuzuvmcvoy

     1 months ago

    Sophie Hei 😂

  • S_plcnd

     4 months ago

    Quand il a mis à cuire la viande de grison j’ai crié 😭

  • Clo Clo

     1 months ago

    S_plcnd ça fait un petit quelque chose au cœur j’avoue

  • Alto One

     1 months ago

    En vrai pendant les raclettes d'hiver je la fait griller 😂😂

  • Rocket Crazy

     5 months ago

    The one requisite ingredient French food must have is:BUTTER

  • darktriforce

     5 months ago

    Enfinnnn !!!!!! i am french i follow you since a long time and i am really happy that you come here !!!!Happy that you liked escargot and all the food you get !!This is a little " Next time must try list" :- Fondue Savoyarde (with cheese and bred ) - Fondue bourguignonne ( With meat oil and sauce)- Steak tartare - Flammekueche restaurant ( it's like a cream pizza, but some of those restaurant keep serving you until you say stop )Cheese must try :- Roquefort try it cook in sauce it's ...

  • June Varkevisser

     2 months ago

    Fondue Savoyard and Fondue bourguinonne are originally Swiss dish I believe.

  • Gabriele GHUT

     2 months ago

    @YouTube Poop Flammkuchen is Elsässer and Pfälzer food. So it French and German.