After you dine at the Pink House or La Maison Rose, you stop by for wine and dessert at La Vie Parisienne. They also serve beers, coffee, sandwiches and cold cut platter of your choice. See more details below. Enjoy the photos, too!
(L-R Friends’ Christian, Cha, and sissy Vanessa)
Price range of wines starts at P200 and up. Try the flavored sparkling wines.
Sample the freshly baked croissants at La Vie Parisienne and breads at super affordable prices – first authentic French bakery in Cebu! Our very own whiff of Paris just right in the enter of the city. Louis Thevenin, who is the director of Alliance Francaise, also runs a school and of course, the Pink House restaurant. La Vie Parisienne, a deli, a boulangerie and patisserie all rolled into one serves baguettes, sourdough, country bread, six cereals bread, macarons (P40/each), cakes that start at P85, jams, spreads and more. Wines also are not expensive. I’m not a heavy drinker but a raspberry flavored Shampalino is only at P220. Pair it up with sausages of your choice (starts at P80/200g), cheese (starts at P40/pack) then ham (starts at P40/pack) and have the server arrange it for you. They stop cooking/smoking sausages at 10PM though so make sure you order those yummy Hungarians before 10pm.
Have you been to La Vie? They now have white trees, too, and serve their fab flat pizzas!
La Vie Parisienne
Open 7am-2am weekdays
24/7 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Tel. Number: 63-9479992456 | 32-2604388
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