24

Jan
2018

Have you ZipBopped & Bingsoo’d yet?

Posted By : dnice/ 211

Hello Foodie Friends,

I am sorry for the big lapse between blog posts. So much has been happening with the expansion of Savor Our City. We are getting very close to rolling out our new website and are super excited to make the big reveal. Stay tuned to that…

I had the chance to go into the new Paris Morning Bakery in Boca, located on Powerline in the plaza between Camino Real and Palmetto Park Rd. We’ve been following each other for a little while on Instagram and I was excited to receive an invitation from them to come in for a tasting.

I hadn’t had a chance to thoroughly look over the menu in advance and didn’t know much about the restaurant prior to my arrival. I did know they served Bubble Tea and I also knew they had pastries. I assumed with a name like Paris in the title that they’d be French pastries. To my surprise, I learned that the food inspiration comes from Korea, where the company’s corporate team are from.

I had the opportunity to meet James the Manager of the Boca location. We had a nice long chat as I got to sample some of the menu offerings. Had to start with the Bubble Tea. They had soooooo many wonderful flavors that it was hard to make a decision. Well, that’s not entirely true. It wasn’t such a hard decision to make once I saw “Passion fruit” listed. For those of you who have been reading my posts for some time, you know that I have an obsession for all things truffle: truffle Parm fries, truffle honey, truffle aioli and the list goes on and on. Well here’s another something that I’m totally “passionate” about – it’s Passion fruit. I just adore this fruit juice. So, once I saw it on the Bubble Tea menu, it was a no brainer. It was every bit as good as I hoped! I sampled several of their pastries which they have packaged so nicely with little samples and descriptions found beside each one. Smart and Yummy!

 

James took me up to the counter and introduced me to Zipbop, (pronounced Jeep Bop) authentic Korean Dishes served with rice in a 24oz cup with different fresh ingredients. There were several zipbop dishes to choose from. I tried the eel and the Korean beef.

While both dishes were served warm and had nice flavor and texture, the eel was my favorite. I felt like I was eating a deconstructed eel sushi roll. It was amazing. I couldn’t stop eating it.

Although I did not have room to try all these wonderful cakes, (they do look scrumptious, don’t they?) I did have a change to try a couple bites of the Cappuccino mouse and the Green tea macaron. The mouse was chock full on cappuccino flavor, while the macaron had a bit of a different texture for me. It was a bit cold on the inside and hard on the shell. Not sure if that is how they are normally served. I would have to try another one to know for sure.

Head into their Boca store snap a pic and share it to your social media accounts and receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a new iPhone X. A winner will be drawn on Valentine’s Day.

You can find zipbop and bingsoo at Paris Morning Bakery at any of their 3 South Florida locations:

Address

  • 4900 S. University Dr Unit 110
    Davie, FL 33328

  • (954) 234-2838

Address

  • 4840 N. University Dr.
    Lauderhill, FL 33351

  • (954) 765-6666

Address

  • 22191 Powerline Rd. Bay B-16
    Boca Raton, FL 33433

  • (561) 430-5396

They are open every day from:

Mon:   09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tue:    09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wed:   09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thu:    09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Fri:      09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sat:     09:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sun:    10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Until we eat again…

I send you delicious wishes, xo

Denise