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Discover Lyon's specialties

Lyon has many traditional dishes and is considered the world’s capital of gastronomy. You should know that in Lyon, a traditional restaurant where you can eat specialities is called a “Bouchon“. You can find many of these eateries in the Vieux Lyon and in the small streets of the Presqu’ile! So what are you waiting for? Discover the Lyon’s specialities with this article 🙂
 
 

What can you eat in a Bouchon?

 

  • Appetizers:

 
If you want to start your meal with a drink, you can order a Kir. You will have a glass of white wine with liquor (blackcurrant, raspberry, blackberries…) If you want to eat something with your drink, you can order some Grattons (= pork rinds), which are made of pork meat grilled in their grease.
 
 
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  • Starters:

 
La Cochonaille Lyonnaise is made of pork specialities. The dish is usually made with hot bacon, rosette de Lyon, potted meat, hot sausage or sausage in brioche. If you’d rather have a dish a little healthier, you can eat a Salade Lyonnaise made with a green salad with croutons, poached egg and grilled bacon. For the brave, there is a speciality called the Tablier de sapeur. This is ox tripe marinated in white wine.
 
 
 

  • Main courses:

 
Most of Lyonnais dishes are cooked with meat. You can choose between capon or Bresse chicken with mushroom sauce (often truffles or morels), pork which is the basis of many typical dishes, such as black pudding with apples, “petit salé aux lentilles” (knuckle of pork with lentils), hot “saucisson” and andouillette (chopped cooked pork). If you prefer to eat fish, you can taste the Quenelle de Brochet (= pike) sauce Nantua 
 
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  • Cheeses:

 
As you know, France is internationally famous for its cheeses and Lyon is no exception when it comes to that. You can taste the Saint Marcellin, the Tomme du Beaujolais, and the very special cheese of Lyon, the Cervelle de Canuts which is a cottage cheese with garlic, shallots and chives. Don’t be influenced by the name (Cervelle means brain), this is a very good and totally not disgusting Fromage Blanc. Which one would you like to taste first?
 
 
 

  • Desserts:

 
In Lyon, people are quite fond of sugary food so you will have a various choice of desserts. You can taste the Pogne, a brioche cooked with orange blossom extract, the Praline pie or Bugnes, called Angel Wings in English. This pie is known for its very sweet taste given by the Praline (almonds and sugar!).
 

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  • Lyon’s wines:

 
France is renowned for its wine, and Lyon has its specialities in this domain too. If you like red wine, you can choose between  Beaujolais,  Côte Rôtie, Crozes-Hermitage,  Saint-Joseph or  Cornas and if you prefer white wine, you can taste a Condrieu. Each one is worth it!
 
A small list of “Bouchons” for you to taste the Lyonnais cuisine
Chez Daniel et Denise
36 Rue Tramassac, 69005 Lyon
Chez Hugon
12 Rue Pizay, 69001 Lyon
Notre Maison
2 Rue Gadagne, 69005 Lyon

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5 restaurants to discover in the 14th arrondissement of Paris!

Are there cooking enthusiasts among you? If the answer is positive, this article is well for you! In the 14th arrondissement of Paris, we find the emblematic district of Montparnasse, on the left bank of the Seine. Birthplace of the Roaring Twenties, the district has always been the crossroads of artists from all over the world. This is naturally also reflected in the cosmopolitan and varied cuisine of the neighbourhood! Enjoy this top 5 restaurants of the world located in the 14th district of Paris to make a real culinary world tour in the company of your friends and roommates!
 

#1- Mandaloune

Lebanese Restaurant
 
To start our culinary tour in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, we decided to stop in an authentic traditional Lebanese restaurant. Mandaloune, located in rue Diderot, is one of the most cherished Lebanese restaurants in Paris. A chef able to make you travel with his dishes and discover the Lebanese specialities while spending a moment of pure delight! The ‘discovery menu‘ is the best choice for an intitiation to Lebanese cuisine.
 

#2- Casa Dagusto

Colombian Restaurant

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Have you ever tasted traditional Central American cuisine? Located in the street of Plaisance, Casa Dagusto is a destination to visit at least once during your stay. A very rich cuisine and an authentic Colombian atmosphere will accompany you during your meal. This charming little restaurant offers quality specialities accompanied by Colombian music! What are you waiting for?
 

#3- Dokkebi

Korean Restaurant
 
Rendez-vous at Raymond Losserand Street for our next experience, the Korean restaurant Dokkebi. If you’re looking for a good, friendly and authentic place, here it is! In Dokkebi, prices are more than reasonable (at noon the restaurant offers 3 different menus for 10€, 12€ or 14€), so don’t panic for the budget. Plus, the food is tasty and fresh !
 

#4- Ayako-Teppanyaki

Japanese Restaurant

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Hidden a few steps away from the emblematic Cimetière du Montparnasse, this Japanese restaurant does perfect justice to traditional Japanese cuisine. With a family atmosphere and a very welcoming chef who is not afraid to juggle with his knives to entertain his customers, we immediately feel at ease, even more… it makes us want to go back! The freshness of the products is undeniable as is the kindness of the staff. 100% recommended.
 

#5- Il Barone

Italian Restaurant
 
We end up gently with a little tour of the Italian side. Located between the Montparnasse Cemetery and the Boulevard with the same name, this Italian restaurant deserves a try. Perfect for an evening with friends and roommates, as soon as you enter, you feel very welcome! If you want to taste authentic traditional Italian cuisine, friendly and not fake, this is the right address to add in your notes! Not to mention the servers’ Italian accent that just makes you dream!
 
Here we are at the end of this list of the best restaurants from around the world situated in the 14th arrondissement of Paris! Now it’s up to you to go test them with your friends and roommates! Let us know what you think 🙂

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Where to eat in a friendly atmosphere in Montpellier?

If you arrive in Montpellier and you don’t yet know the best casual restaurants in the area where you can enjoy the beautiful weather in the company of your friends and roommates, Chez Nestor, the leader in furnished flat sharing, is here to give you the right advice! Today we present you 5 places in the center of Montpellier where you can taste fresh products and that at small price! We’re off to this fun Top 5!
 

#1- Pastor’In

 
If you are tired of eating bland sandwiches and industrial dishes, take a look at Pasteur’In. Here, everything is homemade, from sandwiches to soups, salads and hot meals! Located in the Antigone area, this atypical place offers fresh ingredients at a very low price. Enjoy its large colorful terrace where you can sit with your mates! The atmosphere is very relaxed and the two managers will not fail to welcome you warmly!
 

#2- Chez Cécé

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If you like to compose your own dishes, you can’t miss this little vintage restaurant! From the decoration to the very warm welcome, here you feel right at home. Try the dishes of the day “made in Cécé”, the salads that you can compose to your own taste or the fresh and of course homemade smoothies! And to finish the meal, a good dessert! It is the perfect place for a gourmet break in a very cosy environment.
 

#3- The Jasmine

 
Located at 1, rue Durand, not far from Place de la Comédie, Le Jasmine is a small restaurant that offers authentic and traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Crunchy vegetables, nems, samoussas, soups… in other words, there is something for everyone! Go taste the dish of the day for as little as 10 € (the quality/price balance is unbeatable!) and you won’t be disappointed. Ideal to spend a moment of leisure with friends and savour Vietnamese specialties.
 

#4- R&B Food Truck

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Yes! In this Top 5 there is also enough room for a Food Truck! The concept is very atypical and most of all interesting: who else offers Risottos and Burgers? The street food concept is becoming more and more popular, seducing Montpellier residents for a relaxed meal at an unbeatable price/quality ratio. Opened in 2014 by a young chef, the R&B offers a kitchen with personality: local products, fresh and cooked daily in the truck! Discover directly on their website where to find this magnificent food truck!
 

#5- Umiyaki

 
If you’re looking for a perfect decile for your taste buds, visit Umiyaki, one of the best Japanese restaurants in Montpellier! Located at 9, rue de la Friperie, this small Japanese restaurant offers authentic and tasteful cuisine, all at a very affordable price – perfect for small budgets. The owners, a Japanese couple, are very welcoming and will not fail to advise you their best specialities! And for once, no sushi! So go take a look and enjoy a very relaxed atmosphere.
 
Which restaurants would you like to test first? Let us know in the comment section!

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The 10 french movies you have to watch with your roommates !

It could be nice to improve your French by watching a French movie with your roommates !
 

Here is a list of 10 French movies you must watch !

 

#1 Le Père Noël est une ordure

As the name suggests, the story takes place on Christmas’ Eve in a company called SOS Amitié, which has a line taking care of lonely people in distress. Several people come to the agency and create a ludicrous chaos! Almost every French people know the lines of the movie, and it is broadcasted every year during the Christmas’ holidays.
 

#2 Les Bronzés

Some actors of Le Père Noël est une ordure also play in these movies. It is actually a trilogy : the two first movies called Les Bronzés and Les Bronzés font du ski was released in the late 70s and the last movie called Les Bronzés : Amis pour la vie was released in 2006. The same group of friends goes in holidays in several places (to the beach, the mountain…) and hilarious things happen to them.
 

#3 Les Visiteurs

As Les Bronzés, there are several movies based on the same storyline. The first movie, Les Visiteurs was released in 1993, Les Visiteurs 2 in 1998, a remake called Les Visiteurs en Amérique was created in 2001 and a third movie will was released in 2016. Two men living in the Middle-Ages are brought into the 20th century.
 

#4 Astérix et Obélix : Mission Cléopâtre

This movie, released in 2002, is a loose adaptation of the comics books Astérix et Obélix. Many famous French comedians and actors are playing in the movie, such as Jamel Debbouze, Christian Clavier (also in Les Visiteurs and Le Père Noël est une ordure), Gérard Dépardieu, Monica Belluci, Dieudonné… The storyline takes place in Egypt and Cleopatra wants to prove to Cesar that she can build a palace in the middle of the desert in only 3 months. Her architect, Numérobis, is not sure of being able to do it, so he ask for help to Gaul with its magic potion.
 

#5 OSS 117

Jean Dujardin, the famous French actor revealed to the world thanks to The Artist, played the lead role in this movie. This is a parody of James Bond, except that the secret agent is a misogynistic, racist and a little bit stupid man. After World War II, he has to go under cover in Egypt to fight France’s enemies. The storyline also takes place on several movies, the first movie called OSS 117 : Le Caire, nid d’espions was released in 2006 and the second one, OSS 117 : Rio ne répond plus in 2009.
 

#6 Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis

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This movie has been a huge success in France, and in the whole world. Dany Boon, the director and also one of the actors, is a popular French comedian and is known for coming from the North of France. In the movie, a man working for La Poste is transferred in the North of France, not far from Dunkerque and is more than depressed by the news because he has awful stereotypes about the North and the people living there. The comic dimension of the movie is brought by the clichés that are exaggerated and the accent of the protagonists.
 

#7 Intouchables

This is the most recent movies of the list. Intouchables tells the story of a tetraplegic man who needs an assistant to help him in his everyday life (shower, meals, medical care etc.). He hires someone who comes from the suburbs, has no experience at all and their relation is sometimes difficult but mostly endearing and funny. Omar Sy won a Cesar in 2012 for his role in the movie.
 

#8 Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain

Film Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
If you want to learn more about the Parisian lifestyle, this movie is perfect ! We follow the story of Amélie, a young girl living in the district of Montmartre in Paris, who is a little lost with her life. She tries to be good and to bring good things into people’s lives, forgetting to care about herself. The movie is set in the heart of Paris and is known to idealize the Parisian life.
 

#9 Les Petits Mouchoirs

The movie brings together many popular French actors such as Jean Dujardin, Gilles Lelouche, François Cluzet, Marion Cotillard, Benoît Magimel and many more! The story takes place in France when a group of friends learn that one of them has been in a terrible accident. They decide to go on holidays without him anyway, and have to live with their guilt. The film is very moving and was directed by the French actor and director Guillaume Canet.
 

#10 La Môme

Marion Cotillard, a famous French actress and the wife of Guillaume Canet, plays the leading role of Edith Piaf in this movie telling the story of the famous French singer. The movie has been praised for its excellent makeup team that has made Marion Cotillard unrecognizable. We follow the life of Edith Piaf, her successes, her sorrows while listening to her iconic songs.
 
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La Vie d’Adèle

The movie is famous for having received the Palme d’Or of the Festival de Cannes in 2013. It is inspired of a French novel called Le Bleu est une couleur chaude, and it tells the story of a girl, Adèle, who falls in love with another girl, Emma (who has blue hair). They have a very passionate relationship and the movie has kicked up a fuss and has been censured in some countries because of very long sex scenes.
 
There is also many other French movies that are really great, and you can consult this list if you want to discover old movies and classics.

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Top 7 winter sports to do in France

The show is finally here! It is time to eat some good old raclette and go out in the mountains! Here you will find our selection of the most popular winter sports you can practice in France with your roommates 🙂
 

#1 Sports for snow enthusiasts

 

  • Skiing

Skiing is the most common winter sport in France. Downhill skiing means going down a hill or a mountain with a pair of skis on your feet! For the most adventurous, you can also try the “monoski”. The monoski will challenge your balance while going downhill! The first one was built in the ‘60s and since then lots of people love to slide down with both feet on one ski. Some also suggest that the monoski is the snowboard’s lost ancestor. FYI, the largest skiable domain in Europe is in France and it is called “the 3 valleys”, situated in the Alps with more than 600 km of slopes – 330 slopes and 183 ski-lifts!
 

  • Snowboarding

Snowboarding is the second most popular winter sport in France. Same thing as skiing but on different equipment. Just like for mono-skiing, snowboarding means going downhill with both feet on the same board. However, body posture is very different from one to the other. So skiing or snowboarding? This is the eternal question amongst the snow enthusiasts. Better try both and then make a decision! 😉
 

  • Speed riding

For those who enjoy strong sensations, speed riding is a combo of two sports: skiing and paragliding. The concept is very simple, you go down a slope and alternate ski and paraglider! To get a better idea and be amazed about this incredible sport here you can find a trailer from the thrilling Red Bull documentary on speed riding made in Alaska: “The Unrideables: Alaska Range”.
 

  • Ice skating

Patinage en montagne
Ice skating is a popular sport in France. French people enjoy ice skating with friends and their families! The bright side of this sport is that you don’t have to go to the mountains to practice it. Several indoor and outdoor-rinks are installed in most of the French cities, sometimes even face to the sea! The Europe biggest rink is the Grand Palais in Paris. With more than 2700 m² of ice and a magnificent decoration, this rink turns into a dancefloor by night and attracts on average more than 300 000 visitors during the Christmas holidays!
 

#2 Sports for hiking enthusiasts

 

  • Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing is very appreciated by hikers during the winter time. Putting a pair of snowshoes on your feet will allow you to walk properly on the snow surface. This sport is perfect for those who are not keen on downhill sports or cannot practice them for some reasons. So, snowshoeing is the perfect alternative to spend a day outside in the mountains and catch some fresh air!
 

  • Sled dogs

In winter, nature and animal lovers enjoy hiking with sled dogs. This sport can be practiced with specialized equipment composed of three different parts: a sled, some dogs and a musher – the person that gives orders to the dogs and drives the sled. Anecdotally, the name of the musher comes from their way to order to the dogs to move ( “marche” in French) and became “mush” in English. And no, mushers and their packs cannot only be found in Lapland! You can practice this activity in different French regions such as the Jura.
 

  • Snowmobile

For those you enjoy speed and strong sensations, this is one of the most popular winter activities. The snowmobile is a tracked vehicle equipped with skis on the front in order to drive it easily down the slopes.
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So now you know everything about the top 7 of the most popular winter sports in France! Now it is your turn. Enjoy the snow and give these sports a try!

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5 activities to do in Lyon

Did you just move to Lyon or you just got to know the wonderful city of lights? What to see and do in Lyon? Don’t worry, Lyon offers a lot of activities linked to the incredible history of art, cinema and the Lumière brothers! Follow our tips and discover 5 activities you can do in Lyon. Enjoy!  
 

#1 Reach for the sky at the Basilica of Notre-dame de Fourvière

Here you will hit two targets with one bullet. Take a stroll on this wonderful hill to enjoy a stunning view over Lyon and visit at the same time the vast Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière, a great and important historical destination of pilgrimages. Life up the Saint-Jus hill is quiet and cosy. The area is surrounded by a lot of greenery and big parks where you can relax far from the tourists!
Who knows, maybe you will spot your next apartment from up there!
 

#2 Take a stroll in the streets of Vieux-Lyon

Located at the foot of the Fourvière hill, Vieux Lyon is the oldest part of the city. Take a stroll in its streets to breathe some of the Renaissance-style. The area is characterised by the presence of plenty of majestic homes, built by great Italian families who decided to come here during the Renaissance period.
The must-see destinations here are the ‘traboules’ – the unusual covered passages to go from one building to another – the historical homes, the internal medieval courtyards and the Saint-Jean Cathedral.  
You can also stop for a drink in one of the pubs in the area or eat something typical in one of the many restaurants.
 

#3 Enjoy the sun in the parc de la Tête d’Or

Parc de la tete d'or
This is the biggest green park in Lyon, a sort of Central Park in Lyon! And to that point, this park was inaugurated on the same day as the famous park in New York 😊 Here, you will find a broad open-air zoo – free entry! – a lake, and a wonderful botanic garden composed of glass and iron greenhouses, dating back to the 19th century! The lake covers a surface of more than 16 hectares. You will find a good rest on its banks.
The park is very busy during summertime and on the week-ends. Strollers, runners, skaters, families and youth all gather here in a nice melting-pot. The park is wooded, so don’t worry. You will find the best spot under the tall trees during the hottest days!
 

#4 Eat in a typical Bouchon Lyonnais

In the life of Lyon, the bouchons are the typical restaurants where you will find delicious local specialties and excellent wines like the Beaujolais or the Côtes-du-Rhône. The atmosphere in one of these bouchons is simple and convivial. People come here to relax and eat in a good mood, enjoying regional and authentic products.
Come here like you’ll do visiting an old friend. Good vibes are assured! It is in the Vieux Lyon neighbourhood that you’ll find the best addresses to eat and drink 😊
 

#5 Visit the Musée Lumière

Institut Lumiere LyonThe Lumière brothers bring pride and recognition to the city. The Lumière Brothers’ Villa hosts nowadays the Lumière Museum – a magical place that is worth visiting at least once! The Museum is located in the 8th arrondissement of Lyon, at Rue du Premier Film 25. Just few steps away, you will find the former Lumière factory where the first opus where filmed – ‘Leaving the Lumière factory’. So, don’t miss the opportunity to discover the incredible lives of the Lumière brothers who changed radically the history of photography and cinema through thousands of new brevets.
Students benefit from a reduced fee. The Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 AM to 6.30 PM.
 
So, are you ready to enjoy the City of Lights?
 

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5 original restaurants in Lyon

If you live in Lyon, you have probably noticed that restaurants are everywhere, and it can be difficult to make a choice sometimes. Here are a list of the most typical and best eateries to help you:
 

#1 The Kitchen Café

The Kitchen Café is at the same time a restaurant and a tea room, so you can go there for lunch (the establishment is not open for dinner) or for a snack. It opens quite recently, in 2014, but it has already dig in the gastronomic landscape of Lyon. The cook is from Sweden but she masters perfectly the French cuisine. She offers traditional courses brought up to date for a very reasonable price (menus are between €25 and €35). Don’t forget to book a table because the restaurant is a victim of its popularity!
 

#2 Mademoiselle Rêve

A dreamlike name for a dreamlike place! Mademoiselle Rêve is a restaurant and a wine bar. For lunch, the eatery offers menus and dishes of the day, and at night, you can savor excellent wines with massive assortments of cheese and charcuterie. If you want to discover French specialties, this is the perfect place for you! The waitresses are obliging and nice, helping you with your choice if you are not a wine expert. What is remarkable about this place is that the prices are more than reasonable: you can pay €3,50 for a glass of wine, and the assortments for several people are around 16€.
 

#3 Le Musée

If you want to discover the gastronomic specialties of Lyon, you are in the right place! Le Musée is a typical “Bouchon Lyonnais” and offers many dishes that have made Lyon famous for its food, such as “Saucisson Brioché”, Pike Quenelle sauce Nantua, and Praline Pie to name but a few. The decoration is old school and representative of the Bouchons’ style with its checkered tablecloths and wooden bar. The owner, a former baker, gives you many information about Lyon’s culinary and cultural history. The menus are between €20 and €30 according to the set menu you choose (with or without cheese for example).
 

#4 Deux filles en cuisine

Deux filles en cuisine is a very convivial French restaurant in the Pentes de la Croix-Rousse. The two chefs cook in front of the clients a unique menu that changes every day ! They offer a lemonade to every client who are sharing the two big tables of the restaurant. Their dishes are made with fresh products and they make people rediscover typical French recipes for only €15. You can also book the entire restaurant if you don’t like the idea of sharing your table.
 

5# La Mère Brazier

La mere brazier Restaurant
This restaurant is not for small budgets – you will not find anything under €60 – so get your wallet ready! La Mère Brazier  is a two-Michelin stars restaurant named after Eugénie Brazier, a famous chef from Lyon and boss of the “Mères Lyonnaises”. Her Bouchon is quite historical as it was created in 1921, and its success hasn’t stopped growing ever since. You can taste refined dishes that are respecting the gastronomic traditions of Lyon, as well as delicious wines. The new chef Mathieu Viannay respects the place and we can see it in his courses. The establishment has been featured into two French cooking shows!
 
You have enough to make a tour of the flavours of the world with your roommates 😉
 
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