Okay, please bear with me as I try to settle all the quick bites I had during the trip last June. The other day I followed some of my friends to the Eiffel Tower as they were assigned to check whether it would be possible to buy tickets in advance for others (apparently not, LOL!). Along the way, between the Bir-Hakeim métro station and the Eiffel Tower, we found this snack car. Since we were quite hungry, we decided to grab a sandwich each, as usual...
Hmm, actually I'm now wondering why I didn't grab the waffles too... Oh well... And what was a packet of Lays doing there?
Salami Sandwich €4.00 (~S$7.00)
I love salami! Actually I've never bothered to find out how salami is made, but anyway, I just checked Wikipedia. It says "Salami is cured sausage, fermented and air-dried meat, originating from one of a variety of animals." Anyway, the salami that I had a nice chewy texture. Serving was generous, but sadly the salami was a tad too salty. I couldn't exactly remember what meat was the salami made of, but I guess it was pork. But oh, I was glad that the bread wasn't hard.
Pika's advice: No advice in particular. Anyway, sorry for the lousy description of the 'address' of the snack car. Haha...
'Snack Car Near the Eiffel Tower'
'Between the Bir-Hakeim métro station and the Eiffel Tower'
(Opening hours unknown - Anyone knows?)
*Prices quoted are nett prices.
Have a nice meal,