25 January 2012

Tripe and Steamed Spuds


It's not all caviar and champagne in Monaco...

How about tripe with steamed potatoes for 10 euros and all within a stone's throw of the Palace on le rocher?

The plastic, of course, allows outside eating even in winter.

8 comments:

rocteur said...

The colour photo is of such good quality, what is that camera Jilly ? I was going to buy a Nikkon D7000 as I'm up for a new camera but I like the detail so much on this one.

Jilly said...

It's the camera that Santa Claus brought me Jerry. A Canon 5D Mark II. It's taking a bit of getting used to as it's got a full sensor (22,000 pixels) which is great. The lens - it's the kit lens - is 24-105 - and I"m so used to a really long zoom but the detail is always there of course. The little girl with the hurt toe yesterday was taken from forever away - I could see no detail until I got home.

biebkriebels said...

Oh, this looks a bit poor to eat in a plastic bag. Funny photo.

Janey and Co. said...

Looks like a boxed lunch to me. I have never tasted tripe...although I do know what it is.

Your new camera takes beautiful colorful pictures..Janey

Rob Siemann said...

Love it, both the tripes and eating outside. And the choice of black and white, for some immemorial food.

Anonymous said...

No, thank you - no tripe, please!
I would prefer the salted pancake..
Funny, a mini plastic winter garden!
Why not?
Barbara from Germany

Gailsman said...

Tuna and mayo on my jacket potato please. Or baked beans. Tripe uck!

vancouverstreetblog.blogspot.com said...

Wow The food must be excellent to eat in there!

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