Posts tagged Rue Sainte-Anne

Higuma - De quelle planète es-tu? 1I’m a big gyoza fan. I just love ‘em. But if you like ramen and lamen too, I’ve got a place for you.

My mother-in-law at one point recommended Higuma to me, and she definiteyl knew the hotspot because I’ve never been there when there wasn’ a line out the door.

Higuma specialize in Japanese food: potstickers, lamen, ramen… the works. It’s a great deal and you can pair it with an Asahi lager. You’ll feel a bit rushed, but enjoy the hustle bustle atmosphere and the udon galore while you can. If you want some action on the cafeteria like steamy kitchen food prep, sit at the bar for a great view.

The portions are quite large, so come hungry.

Higuma - De quelle planète es-tu? 2 Higuma - De quelle planète es-tu? 3Higuma
32 bis rue Saint-Anne, 75001
Tél: 01 47 03 38 59
Métro: Quatre-Septembre (3), Pyramides (14, 7)

Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 1 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 2 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 3 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 4 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 5 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 6 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 7 Tuesday with Maria - De quelle planète es-tu? 8

Isn’t it always nice to have those days where you plan one thing, and other things happen instead? Like domino’s falling over one after another. It can be so refreshing. I find myself getting so caught up in planning and organization of the hours of every day, that sometimes having plans go off track is a breath of fresh air.

This particular gray winter day, Maria and I got together to stop by NoGlu for a nibble and a café. They were about to close, which we didn’t really check before setting our meeting time (ooops), so we just grabbed a gluten free muffin to go, and went for a stroll through the 2nd. Boy, were those muffins good.

The sun started to set slowly and we strolled by la Bourse where there was a market. We continued back up Rue Saint-Anne (great Japanese food on this street by the way!) where we found Zen Zoo on the corner. It was the perfect place to warm up with some bubble tea & dim sum.

Have an open-ended schedule one day. I plan to do it on purpose more often (ha). Gotta give our minds a rest every now and again.