Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Le Charolais - les huitres


Le Charolais


Monsieur is selecting oysters
 as the patrons eagerly await these delicacies on the café terrace.


I will be back in Paris soon and will enjoy some oysters here 
and also around the corner at Le Baron Rouge.  
They are deliciously salted by the sea 
and need nothing more than a splash of lemon juice.


Le Charolais, café
15, rue de Cotte
75012, Paris

15 comments:

Joe said...

Monsieur is certainly focused on the task at hand. Nothing but the bets for his patrons.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Interesting !

ALAIN said...

Le Charolais est plus connu pour ses boeufs à viande que pour ses huitres, mais je suppose que les "bars à huitres" servent également des steaks.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Nothing better than oysters, I love our visits to the local market on Saturday mornings :-) Have a good Easter Diane

brattcat said...

may it be yet another glorious trip for you, dear genie.

M said...

Great capture of a very interesting work area!

Jeanie said...

How lovely you will soon be visiting! I'll think of you enjoying sea food and smile!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...
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Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Swing by an pick me up on your way, will ? I know, in my dreams, haaaa.
Wishing you a joyful trip Genie. I will keep you in my thoughts.

JoeinVegas said...

Mmmmm, can I come along?

TheChieftess said...

Oh you lucky girl!!! Paris AGAIN!!!?!!!!

Alexa said...

I still say they're better in Arcachon. :~} But that's not stopping me from being very envious that you get to enjoy them in Paris once again!

Virginia said...

Oysters are a big seller in Paris and nobody yaks about the months with an R!
V

Starman said...

I like the way he has the trash bin ready for the bad ones.

Jack said...

It is exciting to know that you will be back in Paris soon. Enjoy yourself. We await a fresh crop of photos!