I don't know what to think of Paris food. This is a nation that many, themselves included I imagine, would consider has the finest food in the world but whilst tasty and generally well executed I was far from blown away. Maybe it was my choice of three brasseries - rather than bistros - but the food was very plain, lumps of meat with chips, simple salads or cold shellfish. They proved they know how to hang a piece of meat, how to season it well and that minimum cooking can go a long way but give me Kuala Lumpur's food scene over Paris's any day.
I was still very keen to see more of it though so Sunday morning headed off to find one of Paris's many food markets. Originally we were heading over to the market at Bastille Square but on the way to the Metro station (Place D'Italia) we found one a mere few hundred metres from the hotel. A quick walk through here showed me what a nation of food lovers the French are and has made me want to explore what their country has to offer further.
With markets it's all about the photos, I don't think they're as interesting as those from Phnom Penh but they're interesting nonetheless.