From Korea to New York, bonding over food has been a big part of my life. Those moments with family & friends were savored and well documented, whether it was cooking up a recipe at home or dining out at up and coming restaurants. Then to share my love for food along with some traveling adventures, #WhatKellyEats became to be!


Le Sourire

The day was perfect; it was sunny with a slight breeze, we had a full glass of red wine in our hand and enjoyed a whole cheese and charcuterie board (and then some) all to ourselves before we started our day in Paris. 

Photo of Maturated Beef and Charcuterie Board


Les Cocottes

We walked around a bit before visiting the Eiffel Tower and found this lovely placed called Les Cocottes. Hungry (as always), we ordered Langoustine Raviolis with Artichoke Mousseline, Shellfish Coulis, Beef Stew with Red Wine and Carrots, and 2 other delicious dishes that I wasn't able to remember... (probably the worst thing to do #SorryReallySorry).


L'as du Fallafel

Right in the heart of Le Marais, L'As du Fallafel sits. There was a super long line to get into the restaurant, almost like a line to a club. After taking some time to see what we would like to feast on, we decided on the Sausages and Schwarma.


Unfortunately, the Palais de Tokyo Museum was closed due to a new exhibition being installed. Regardless, we found this gem outside of the museum that had a Parisienne and American fusion cuisine. I ordered the Spare Ribs and my boyfriend ordered the Satay Beef Tartare. #SoGood #MeatFellRightOffTheBones

Pierre Hermé

Enjoyed every bite of these Pistache and Jasmin Macarons. Oh and of course the chocolates here were divine as  well (not photographed).

Maxim's de Paris

If I can have all the macarons in the world, I'd have no teeth left. But at least, I had all the macarons in the world.