Paris Panini

Paris Panini- A French Food Voyage In The Streets Of Bangalore

Paris Panini takes you on a food journey in the streets of France. Owned and Operated by Mr. Nicholas, Paris Panini has come all the way from being a food truck to a cafe in the prime location of Indiranagar. Go get that French Food!

All the dishes served here are in-house curated and the catchy dishes name on the menu has got a story to tell. I started my meals with “Onion Rings”, served with homemade dips (Garlic Mayo, Spicy Mayo, Basil Mayo, Homemade Mustard *FAVORITE*, and homemade tomato ketchup). The Le 51 inspired by Pastis (french spirit) is star anise and licorice-flavored drink acted as a perfect supplement of water for me. The “Cheese Toast” served with homemade fresh cheese on a slice of toasted bread is a recommended dish.

I tried a few of their vegetarian and a lot of non-vegetarian Paninis and absolutely loved “Jean”, having spicy mayo, bacon, feta cheese, fried onions, and salad. The “Velout√© Soup”, a bowl of homemade soup of potato, pumpkin, and carrot, served with a slice of bread was savory and an ideal appetizer.

For the dessert, I had a “Caramel Cream Cup with Biscuits”, this was something new and the biscuits complemented the sweetness of caramel cream. I also tried a “Homemade Dark Chocolate Crepe” and a “Salted Caramel & Biscuit Crepe”, this being my favorite.

This is a great place to try some french food with a twist. The homemade dips served here are highly recommended and I’m gonna come back especially for them. The ambiance is very peaceful and gives a vibe of French street cafes.

Paris Panini at a glance:-

Food: 4/5

Dips: 5/5

Service:  4/5

Ambiance: 4/5

Value for money: 4/5

Overall: 4/5

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