Mummy and I just popped into this Parisian café for dinner because they have AIR-CONDITIONING inside and we are going to take FULL ADVANTAGE of every minute we spend here! The nice waiter even brought me a bowl of ice cold water in a pretty bowl! And that yummy steak dinner that Mummy ordered? I’m SURE she will be sharing a few bits of that with little starving me! See the ketchup on the side? Mummy had to ask for that SPECIAL to go with her “frites” because the French don’t know how GOOD frites taste with ketchup! Just so you know, if you ask for ketchup, you are pegged as “Américain” RIGHT AWAY! But Mummy didn’t care…
I still can’t believe that they let dogs in restaurants in Paris wow the US should do the same thing!!!! Xoxo
Parisians are SMART and realize that little dogs do not carry diseases and no one is going to get sick from them being brought into stores and restaurants. Only the silly AMERICANS say that stuff. No one is bringing filthy “yard dogs” out to dinner with them… these are are well cared-for pampered family members. We need to WAKE UP in the USA!!!
I to wish places here would let furbabies in places to eat! When we take Yankee with us on a day trip we have to get things to go and eat in the car. Millie if the French don’t eat their frites with ketchup what do they use if anything? I hear people eat frites with mayonnaise!!! ?❤??
Millie, I am sure you got some of that beautiful steak. I love hearing all about your trip! Makes we want to go back NOW!
Love the tongue!
I’m surprised they brought ketchup! LOL I prefer brown gravy on my “frites” that would probably be frowned on too! LOL
Oh, but hv you ever tried it with mayonnaise? It is quite superb
Yes… but I guess I am more of a “ketchup” kind if girl. ?
My mouth is watering.
Yes, France is very dog friendly. Wish it were like that here as you said
I do love frites with mayonnaise, but would probably be pegged as an American if I ordered my favorite–ranch dressing! We need to encourage doggies in our cafes and restaurants here as well. That was just one of the things I loved about Paris, but there were actually too many to count! Oui?