Friday, November 09, 2007

La Poissonnerie Du Dome

La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts Beauty is everywhere in Paris...
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris BreakfastsWe were marching around before dinner, M, Sarah and I on rue Delambre in the 14th...
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts And I flipped for this fishmonger shop!
La Poissonnerie Du Dome
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris BreakfastsI couldn't believe my eyes - all the lovely fishy murals!
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts And the shop is open to the street, so you can put your nose right in the fish and get eyeball to eyeball.
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts The ultimate in freshness!
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts Jean-Pierre Lopez has owned La Poissonnerie Du Dome for 20 years. He's at the Marche Rungis starting at 3 AM (I could do this with the Jetlag I currently have...) where he searches and searches for the absolute best fish.
"When it's a question of finding the best, I am not faithful."
'' Quand il s'agit de trouver le meilleur, je ne suis pas fidèle ! '
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts The fish or in this case the King Crab jumps from the sea into the lorry and onto your plate.
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts This fishmonger saw me admiring his crab...
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts I so wish I'd had that crab for dinner!
Beauty is everywhere in Paris.
4 rue Delambre, 75014 PARIS
Métro: Vavin or Edgar-Quinet
Tuesday to Saturday 8 am-1 pm and 4-7 pm

25 comments:

  1. Hum ...you do not seem insensitive to the charm of this smiling fishmonger!(and so he does!)

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  2. Oh I was so hoping you'd show us a Parisian Lapin monger...

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  3. Oh you know how I love fresh seafood!
    You did this to torture me :)
    xxAnnie

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  4. Wow. Beautiful fish. And succulent crab. A case is made against every strip mall, every tasteless retailer with no fish on his walls. I would buy fish here just to spend time with the pictures. :)
    Jan

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  5. Handsome crab! :-)))
    Those are painted tiles, aren't they? Imagine somebody ordering custom painted tiles for his fish mongery, somehow it does reflect the attitude towards his wares. I would order blindly from that guy, um, shop.

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  6. P.S.:
    I noticed that you didn't publish the shop's phone number! Hmmmmm......

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  7. I can see why you flipped over that Fishmongers shop.. the blue and white fish tiles are wonderful. It looks very welcoming. The fresh fish looks yummy too.

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  8. FOR MERISI and all others who wish to call in an order of exotique poisson
    Please Call:
    01 43 35 23 95
    To discover the catch of the day.

    Or just go to their gorgeous website and listen to the sea and dream of fish...

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  9. Lucinda10:07 AM

    I sure wish my local fish monger looked like these handsome fellows...
    I'm dreaming of the fishmonger not the fish...
    sigh...you take us to such lovely places
    Merci

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  10. I was on a buying trip in Paris with my son and he glanced at a cloth in the gutter and said - even that looks stylish.

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  11. That's a good-looking crab!

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  12. Carol, I always love it when you show scenes from my "neighbourhood" (I always stay at the Villa Des Artistes on rue de la Grande Chaumiere). I love that fish monger and sometimes wish that I would rent an apartment in the area so I could fix some fish during my stay. There is a wonderful cheese shop just up the way from here as well!

    Thanks for taking me "home" today.

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  13. A cute smile on the face of the first fish ;-)

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  14. tell me,
    have you ever found
    an unsightly spot is paris?

    :-)

    truly,
    i was wondering...

    even the poor beggars
    seem to have a jauntily tied scarf.

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  15. Very Nice Blog...
    I just want to say hello...from BRAZIL!!

    Mario

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  16. loveitaly10:25 PM

    Wow--that place is beautiful, Carol! I'm glad you took photos of that--I thoroughly enjoyed this one.

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  17. This looks like a wonderful poissonerie. Paris have so many wonderful food shops ..I'm jealous

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  18. Meant to leave a comment but - no ---must google alzheimers...

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  19. The Fisch Schlapping song is well-timed to your post here. I love at the end of the song when you hear someone say, "Enunciate!"

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  20. Let them eat crab!

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  21. That crab is huge! I've never seen anything like that. It could take on a cat or something.

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  22. Fabulous! Clean and beautiful ... marvelous tiles. That crab is the largest I have ever seen.

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  23. i love the blue and white tile murals...i painted one in my brekfast room...but i love these more...i may redo...please stop by my blog for another giveaway today...blessings, rebecca

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  24. I love painted tiles! Do they paint other subjects besides fish?

    That crab looks yummy-amazing!

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  25. TRES BELLES PHOTOS DE POISSONS ET DE FAIENCES
    BRAVO
    M+++++++++++++

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