PARIS EATS: BOULANGERIE (3/5)

3. BOULANGERIE and PÂTISSERIE
Boulangerie means Bakery. Di ko alam i-pronounce! Haha! Ang chika, lahat ng may claim na Boulangerie sa Paris, required na may oven sa store- meaning lahat ng tinapay nila freshly baked and made in the store that day! Hindi katulad sa atin, yung pandemunggo, tinubuan na ng dahon, sintigas na ng semento yung tinapay, benta pa rin. Art sa kanila ang pagtitinda ng tinapay. Dun mo makikita ang hiwaga ng french bread, na ewan ko ba kung bakit kahit antigas at ang kunat, favorite nilang kainin! Kung hindi kasya sa bag mo, may baguettepetite version. Parang ikaw. Nung college ka pa.
Regardless kung saan ka mapunta, may brasserie near you. Mas maraming brasserie kesa sa botika. Malalaman mo kasi ambangu-bango! Maaamoy mo yung tamis ng tinapay sa kalsada pa lang! Mapapatigil ka talaga.
Croissant is the pambansang almusal. Parang pandesal natin. Masarap ang croissant nila, totoong crispy outside, flaky and softy inside. Amoy butter! Minsan plain, minsan may palaman. Parang brief mo. Char! May mga pa-bread pizza kung feel mo, o pa-sandwich din na good for Kung-Fu appetite (Kung Fumangas Parang Walang Bukas).
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Sa mga Pâtisserie naman, paste and tinda. Charet! Pastries.
Iba-ibang klaseng mga pastries. Dami choices! Syempre, ita-try mo rin yan kasi kailangan ma-experience mo mag-brunch in the park, sa may Eiffel, with wine, while in the park, watching Eiffel, eating sandwich, with French boys, and lotsa people, in the park. Ganyan! Lakas!
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