Crepas (Galettes) Bretonas

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Hechas con trigo sarraceno, típicas de Bretaña. La receta más clásica es con queso Gruyère y jamón de pierna. Algunos le agregan un huevo estrellado. Una delicia!

Les tendremos otras recetas deliciosas con Camembert, Roquefort, salmón ahúmado así como unas variantes Mexicanas!



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La res y la cultura del asado ocupa un lugar dominante en la cultura gastronómica francesa. Festival Bovino a la francesa T. 36306335
Nuestro término favorito: Rojo. Nuestras salsas preferidas: Bearnesa, pimienta, roquefort, échalote. La guarnición perfecta: Papas a la francesa “Bien Sûr”
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En nuestra sucursal de providencia hemos puesto una mesa en el corazón del Entre2, al interior de nuestra cocina, donde podrás apreciar en vivo el trabajo artístico de Juan Carlos nuestro chef ejecutivo y nuestro equipo.

El menú es carta blanca de 6 tiempos.

Jóven, entusiasta, creativo y con excelentes bases de cocina, que deja ver en cada uno de sus platillos.

Su pasión trasciende en olores, sabores y texturas.

De la vista nace el amor y eso nuestro chef lo sabe, cada creación esta inspirada en la cocina francesa, su belleza, su armonía. Conservando la cocina tradicional de cada receta con una imagén fresca e intensa.

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1o novelas para aprender francés

Directo del muro de Frédéric Bibard

Reading Time:  4 minutes.

Reading is a true source of pleasure and often a relaxing hobby to undertake. It can also be a very handy learning tool to practice your French and put your comprehension skills to good use. Reading books in French is a fantastic way to complement your studies by increasing your vocabulary and improving your understanding of written grammatical rules. While you are learning new things, you also get the enjoyment of reading a nice book during your free time through the day or before you head to bed at night.

The great thing about reading books, similar to watching television series, is that you get to know the characters and follow an enjoyable storyline. This can be perfect motivation to continue reading and continually learn more vocabulary along the way. Reading is self-directed and you can choose your own pace, which means you have as much time as you need to really understand what is happening in the text.

There is a wide range of French literature available for all different stages of learning and different reading interests. This article outlines some great books that might tickle your fancy when it comes to reading in French. Many of these books are available online at websites such as, or can be found at large, international book shop companies, or you can even try your luck at a second book store and see what you can find there.

1. Le Petit Nicolas de René Goscinny

le_petit_nicolas roman novel



Difficulty: Easy -Intermediate.

This book series tells stories of what childhood was like in France in the 1950s. Nicolas and his school friends embark on many adventures together. The storylines are meant for children so they have simple sentence structure, but are amusing and humorous at the same time.

2. Mon Père est Femme de Ménage de Saphia Azeddine

mon-pere-est-femme-de-menage novel

Source: amazon

Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

This is a short novel that is fun to read, telling a coming-of-age story and the struggles faced in adolescence. This novel has also being adapted into a movie, making it ideal for learners of French to read the text and watch the adaptation to further develop reading and listening comprehension skills.

3. Le Petit Prince de Antoine Saint-Exupery

little prince novel

Source: laboutiquedupetitprince

Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

A true French classic in terms of literature for children, Saint-Exupery writes a charming story that intrigues children through the descriptions of characters, but also enchants adults in the ideas explored throughout. This is a fantastic book for all ages and all levels of French, and one that can be enjoyed time and time again.

4. Ensemble c’est Tout de Anne Gavalda

Ensemble c’est Tout de Anne Gavalda

Source: telechargement1

Difficulty: Intermediate – Advanced

Not only is this a famous film featuring Audrey Tautou, but it is also a charming book to read. This novel has been translated into many languages as the story of an anorexic girl struggling to fit into society has touched people all over the world. The writing style and the dialogue are modern and pleasing to read.

5. Que serais-je sans toi? de Guillaume Musso

Que serais-je sans toi de Guillaume Musso

Source: guillaumemusso

Difficulty: Intermediate – Advanced

A love story in the language of love, this novel is a great one for learners of French to read. With easy to follow vocabulary and an emotionally invested story line about choosing who to love, this story is sure to please French learners of any age.

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6. Où on va, papa? de Jean-Louis Fournier

Où on va, papa de Jean-Louis Fournier

Source: renaud-bray

Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

This is the touching tale of a man who unexpectedly becomes a single father when he is reunited with his long lost son. Through well-structured narrative and easy vocabulary, the story of how he learns to become a father is told.

7. La Petite Fille de M. Linh

La Petite Fille de M. Linh

Source: unchocolatdansmonroman

Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

A wartime historical story, this tells the tale of a man who is forced to leave his village with only the clothes on his back. Even more, he leaves holding a small baby, whose parents died in the war. With touching word choices and simple sentence structure, this is an intriguing story to read about the long journey of a man with a little girl.

8. L’étranger de Albert Camus

L’étranger de Albert Camus

Source: austintoutvabien

Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

This book is one for lovers of literature who want to read something philosophical and insightful. Camus questions society of 1955 and the values of the time through the character Meursault. The vocabulary and language itself is not challenging, but there are many deep themes that will make you think more about the text.

9. Les Ames Grises de Philippe Claudel

Les Ames Grises

Source: amazon

Difficulty: Intermediate

Featuring themes such as death, war, and love, this book is not the emotionally-taxing, heavy reading material you might expect it to be. In fact, the uncomplicated descriptions and the thoroughly fascinating way it is written is great for beginner French learners.

10. Voyage au Pays des Arbres de J.M.G Le Clézio

Voyage au Pays des Arbres de J.M.G Le Clézio

Source: ac-grenoble

Difficulty: Intermediate

Here the story follows a little boy who dreams of life in the forest and living among the trees. This is a great narrative to awaken the imagination and learn some interesting new French vocabulary along the way.

When it comes to reading books in French, always remember that it is a challenging task to read a book in a new language. Everyone has a different type of reading style and it is important to remember that you need to find a way to read that works for you as an individual.

Some ways that you can make reading in French easier for yourself include:

  • Read the summary of the book in English or French before starting.
  • Make notes as you read about important characters or storylines.
  • Read a bilingual book with the English version on one side of the page and the French on the other.
  • Read the English version of the book first, and then the French version.
  • Read a book in French that you are already familiar with so you know the storyline and what is going to happen.
  • Select some fun picture story books to read in French.

Don’t forget my Best Seller Ebook (+ Free Audiobook). Ideal for beginner