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The cruel joke the universe plays on new parents is convincing us that babies like going out to eat.
It is not until you experience that game-changing dinner when you realize going out to eat will never be the same…well, at least for the next ten years or so.
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Those who aren’t tempted by the thought of a liquid diet can stock up on tasty healthy snacks like coconut bacon, watermelon jerky and probiotic dark chocolate, as well as freshly made vegetable soups and colorful salads. Japanese-food lovers usually head to rue Sainte-Anne to satisfy their bento cravings, but those who want an even healthier option now can opt for , a serene cafe near the Palais Royal specializing in imaginative bento boxes that are organic, gluten-free and vegan (although a meat option is also on offer daily).
To create her simple, yet imaginative dishes the Japanese owner says she’s inspired by shojin ryori, the exquisite, beautifully presented vegetarian cuisine of zen Buddhist monasteries in Japan.
Like the bentos, the equally healthy dessert menu changes daily, ranging from traditional daifuku (glutinous rice cakes filled with a sweet red-bean paste) to homemade matcha ice cream and an extraordinary saké sorbet. If the ubiquitous presence of croissants and chocolat à l’ancienne as comfort against the cold threaten to derail your healthy-living resolutions, try to stave off temptation by heading to , a ladies-only day spa on the Left Bank.
The entrance fee allows the use of the beautifully tiled baths, steam room, sauna and a Moroccan-style lounge area where you can chill out with a glass of mint tea. Métro: Bourse (line 3) Let’s Ride – I wish there was the perfect how-to guide to dining out with kids. Stay home and cook.” As any parent will tell you, each time is different.
One of the joys of running a blog like Hip Paris is that it gives us the opportunity to work with fabulous writers, photographers, and francophiles that help us discover the city along with our readers.
New restaurants, expositions, café openings and bonnes adresses make every year exciting and add variety to the city we love so much.
Juice bars offering cold-pressed juices, smoothies and healthy snacks have cropped up in almost every arrondissement.