Spicy noodle soup with beef (N1 on the menu). The noodles are handmade in the shop and have a pleasant chewiness.
Above, I came back a few weeks later. This time, I tried the spicy beef with noodles in soup (N2). It was pretty similar to N1 (although with a different kind of cut of beef, as well as some tofu and bean sprouts, hidden under the noodles).
Above, I also had the chahan (half portion).
Above, Miso Ramen. The restaurant is very close to my work so I went back. This time, I tried the Miso ramen. The Shoyu was not particularly memorable but on par with what you get at Kintaro or Higuma, also in Paris. The Miso was awful though.
Above, I also had the gyoza.
Montparnasse Cemetery is a cemetery in Paris. The French poet Charles Baudelaire and many other famous people are buried there.
Above, Tour Montparnasse in the background.
Above, a Jewish tomb.
The Tour Montparnasse is a 210-meter office tower in Paris. It was the tallest building in France until 2011. Its roof is open to the public and provides a great view on the city.
Above, the observation deck.
Above, Jardin du Luxembourg, senate, Panthéon, Notre Dame.
Above, Louvre and Jardin des Tuileries.
Above, looking east.
Above, looking south.
Above, Eiffel Tower and Champs de Mars, with La Défense in the background.
Above, Les Invalides.
Above, Montparnasse cemetery in the foreground.
Above, Saint-Sulpice church.
Above, 56th floor.
Above, view of Tour Montparnasse and Tour CIT.