A Typical French Breakfast...Maybe

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  • Creamy Clams
    Creamy Clams 1 day ago

    you can see his cum stain on his shirt in the beginning

  • Galih Jananuraga
    Galih Jananuraga 1 day ago

    Parisian hospitality eh?

  • C j3
    C j3 2 days ago

    The French are so rude, especially to Asians

  • Julio Jackson
    Julio Jackson 2 days ago

    Only an abused person would refer to food you are suppose to eat, as decadent.

  • Charina Pimentel
    Charina Pimentel 2 days ago

    How eloquent he is

  • Laetisha marie
    Laetisha marie 3 days ago

    Oh my god he said "macaroon" so many times 😭😭😭 it's "macaron" with a soft "o"

  • FoodforThought
    FoodforThought 3 days ago

    You people? Are you coffeeist?

  • Daisky Yandere
    Daisky Yandere 3 days ago

    When Mikey shows baguets and his look is, mine is bigger

  • Vanessa How
    Vanessa How 4 days ago

    funny how he described the baguette so "elegantly" and "classicly", cause i eat that everyday, with butter and nutella, staple food here hehe

  • April Posley
    April Posley 4 days ago

    Anyway, love this Paris video. Love macaroons, too. Thanks for sharing your experience 😊

  • Thien An Hoang
    Thien An Hoang 5 days ago

    1:28 Kang-a-roon

  • Tabby Cat
    Tabby Cat 6 days ago

    when you were saying macaroon I was yelling at the screen "It's macaron, M A C A R O N, macaron."

  • golden other
    golden other 6 days ago

    when you say expresso a part of me dies

  • christo fat
    christo fat 6 days ago

    The chocolate croissant id not a croissant it is a' pain au chocolat!' Chocolatine in Quebec and south west France.

  • Nora Perez
    Nora Perez 6 days ago

    I would love to try a Vietnamese sandwich with one of those bagettes!

  • Nora Perez
    Nora Perez 6 days ago

    Thank goodness I already ate!

  • MrCheeseguy123
    MrCheeseguy123 7 days ago

    5000g Carbs, 10g protein

  • Annie Houn
    Annie Houn 7 days ago

    I need that macaroon !!!

  • MaBelleone1
    MaBelleone1 11 days ago

    :) Loved this review...Made me smile...

  • Elsa&lisa
    Elsa&lisa 11 days ago

    A good croissant is a thing of beauty. I hope you tried an almond croissant too. The Paris Brest is a classic pastry usually a ring of cream puff pastry' creme Chiboust which is pastry cream and meringue with hazelnut flavouring. You got a single portion don't you love France. There is French coffee that girl was rude and gave you a nasty espresso.

  • Love Reading
    Love Reading 15 days ago

    Thank you, Mike!!!!

  • Tiny typhlosion
    Tiny typhlosion 16 days ago

    Your pronunciation of things kills me, LOL. Great Video.

  • J Singh
    J Singh 22 days ago

    the shop lady at the cafe sounds extremely rude 🙁 also, French is not his first language so obviously he won't pronounce everything as a proper Frenchman 😑 next time others go to beijing, he will expect everyone to know the pronunciations perfectly... 😁

  • Marcella Lee
    Marcella Lee 25 days ago

    Haha! American coffee story was HILARIOUS!

  • Jimmby12 Trany
    Jimmby12 Trany 26 days ago

    L love espresso

  • Kara Camp
    Kara Camp 28 days ago

    I think she meant Americano lol

  • skimmer521
    skimmer521 29 days ago

    Oh Love your show by the way.

  • skimmer521
    skimmer521 29 days ago

    whats with the jiz on his shirt?

  • Mimi Ebisuya
    Mimi Ebisuya 29 days ago

    Croissant!! Baguettes!!! Both great with cheese :)))

  • Hannah Carrier
    Hannah Carrier 1 month ago

    French people are so rude. I've heard so many stories of them being rude to tourist. I will never visit.

  • Christian Turner
    Christian Turner 1 month ago

    Aren't you lucky!!!!

  • lorraine uy
    lorraine uy 1 month ago

    You need presidents butter when in Paris with your bread

  • Hugh Crinion
    Hugh Crinion 1 month ago

    Double expresso. Real coffee :)

  • Zer 0ne
    Zer 0ne 1 month ago

    so if u like a girl...u nid to get 2 of em?

  • Eight Pawns
    Eight Pawns 1 month ago

    french people are so goddamn arrogant.

  • hi-n-oops
    hi-n-oops 2 months ago

    french people are rude af

  • Margot Simpere
    Margot Simpere 2 months ago

    You should try putting butter with jam or honey on the baguette .. french tip

  • Ali Ow
    Ali Ow 2 months ago

    Seriously? What a rude cashier worker. Bitch. Why on earth did she even ask that question then?!
    I deff would've called her a bitch and talked to the manager, file a complaint against her.
    You cant expect everyone to know your countries food and drinks, not to mention paris is a very tourist-y place, so youre gonna get foreigners from all over the place

  • Nat 71
    Nat 71 2 months ago

    Un croissant ne se mange pas comme ça

  • SierraSierraFoxtrot
    SierraSierraFoxtrot 2 months ago

    oh noes you said expresso... Y THO

  • magicguirarman
    magicguirarman 2 months ago

    Parisians have a reputation for being snooty. Sounds like you got yourself one.

  • Zooumberg
    Zooumberg 2 months ago

    Mike, have you been to England yet? If you haven't and plan to, try a Full English Breakfast.

  • Lia van Stevelen
    Lia van Stevelen 2 months ago

    @Strictly Dumpling what business in france did u have? what do u do? is there a video where u talk more about u introducing urself and ur life to us?

  • Rare Pepe
    Rare Pepe 2 months ago

    Myeah, Europeans like their coffee as coffee, not so much the sugar-saturated coffee-syrup they sell at Starbucks.

  • Ashley Graber
    Ashley Graber 2 months ago

    Everything looks so good, omg 😲

  • Greta Červinskytė
    Greta Červinskytė 2 months ago

    Hahahha Mike you speak to my heart... "if you think you're going to like something, you must get 2" :D :D

  • InMyOpinion Wisdom
    InMyOpinion Wisdom 3 months ago


  • Gwen Patton
    Gwen Patton 3 months ago

    How do we drink espresso? (There's no "x" in that word.)

    That's easy. WITH SUGAR.

    That's also a Macaron. A Macaroon (with two o's) is a coconut confection that's very different.


  • Ryan Tryin'
    Ryan Tryin' 3 months ago

    Omg this video was published on my birthday

  • Евгений Увин

    The bad surprise in US was having that "coffee". The only place where it tasted good was IHOP.

  • TheZohan
    TheZohan 4 months ago

    j'adore comment les français se battent pour le nom du "pain au chocolat" avec chocolatine et pain au chocolat alors qu'un étranger arrive en france et appel ça croissant au chocolat c'est tout simplement ça, c'est un croissant au chocolat

    • TheZohan
      TheZohan 2 months ago

      SmellyPotatoes Mc j'ai pas compris

    • SmellyPotatoes Mc
      SmellyPotatoes Mc 2 months ago

      TheZohan d'accord. Je pense il y a un croissant au chocolat parce qu'il y a un croissant au Nutella.

    • TheZohan
      TheZohan 2 months ago

      SmellyPotatoes Mc et je vois pas pourquoi le croissant au chocolat ne serais pas français le croissant c'est français c'est juste qu'il y a du chocolat

    • TheZohan
      TheZohan 2 months ago

      SmellyPotatoes Mc Le croissant et "le pain au chocolat" on la même pâte mais le croissant a une forme différent et n'a pas de chocolat donc pour moi c'est un croissant au chocolat

    • SmellyPotatoes Mc
      SmellyPotatoes Mc 2 months ago

      TheZohan qu'est-ce que tu préfères? chocolatine, pain au chocolat ou croissant au chocolat? Mais croissant au chocolat n'est pas vraiment français.

  • Ted forgetaboutit
    Ted forgetaboutit 4 months ago

    france and paris are sooo overrated lol ...nothing like in the damn movies XDXD

  • Nicolas Mison
    Nicolas Mison 4 months ago

    Sorry but that's not "chocolate croissant", that's "chocolate bread" ("pain au chocolat") or "chocolatine"...

  • momo glo
    momo glo 4 months ago

    As much as I'd love to go to Paris, I would hate feeling like the "hated American". Too many other beautiful places and people that are all too happy to share with the world.

    • SmellyPotatoes Mc
      SmellyPotatoes Mc 2 months ago

      momo glo t'inquiètes pas! Paris is full of wonderful people and the Parisian snobby thing is just a stereotype. I want you to enjoy France. Eat as much as you want and don't count calories!

      À très bientôt,

  • nyc0053
    nyc0053 4 months ago

    Regret, I've been to Paris twice, no croissant.

  • donnan huggler
    donnan huggler 4 months ago

    Dude omg you're a nerd supreme

  • donnan huggler
    donnan huggler 4 months ago


  • Maxi Milian
    Maxi Milian 4 months ago

    i think mike didnt know what an espresso is

  • Bruinschuss
    Bruinschuss 4 months ago

    oh my god. his reaction to the bitter of espresso is what most peoples' reactions to his hot oil portions would be. maximum hilarity

  • katherine louey
    katherine louey 4 months ago

    mike, you should be a food critic :)

  • Brenda Drew
    Brenda Drew 4 months ago

    Interesting, but it's pronounced..."CWOISSANT"...no "R"!! Merci beaucoup and Bon Appetit!!

  • 87Mippy
    87Mippy 4 months ago

    I don't like any coffee with my sweet.

  • Ferdi
    Ferdi 4 months ago

    It's just a fricking croissant😂

  • sai ram
    sai ram 4 months ago

    its not expresso it is an "espresso"

  • Mai Thao
    Mai Thao 4 months ago

    Its a green screen

  • moi
    moi 4 months ago

    I am glad I am not the only one that buys a crapton of pastries and eat them in one sitting when I go to a pastry shop.

  • Ame Bone
    Ame Bone 4 months ago


  • L D
    L D 4 months ago

    I need friends like Mikey who center their entire day around good food lol.

  • Tiffany Grey
    Tiffany Grey 4 months ago

    Love how you keep giving the Espresso a chance to be good! hahaha!

  • Terri Johnson
    Terri Johnson 5 months ago

    I don't get to travel very often but I feel like I've been to many places through these videos, thanks!!!

  • Kitsuke France
    Kitsuke France 5 months ago

    Don't know what we call an "american coffee" ? With a lot of water lol You just drink a real coffee. Welcome to the original taste :)

  • Short Legs
    Short Legs 5 months ago

    Macaroons are made of coconut and does not have any French origins. But Marcarons are French and those are the ones you are eating in the video. There are different foods with similar names.

  • intu1t1on
    intu1t1on 5 months ago

    That lady is pretty rude

  • DM94JAK
    DM94JAK 5 months ago

    Hilarious when he keeps trying the coffee

  • Pallavi Arora
    Pallavi Arora 5 months ago

    Chocolate crossiant is called pan Chocola

    • mook_butt
      mook_butt 5 months ago

      It's actually pain au chocolat.

  • xMarkbom
    xMarkbom 5 months ago

    Coffee is Italian or American style... xD french people drink Italian coffee or espresso

  • KaySan666
    KaySan666 5 months ago

    Haha i think the lady at the counter probably meant "americano" that is pretty much the european version of "simple black coffee" espresso (not expresso) is the pressure brewed small cup of coffee that you have there.

  • Sparks and Bubbles
    Sparks and Bubbles 5 months ago

    For the baguette, you need to add butter and bonne Maman brand strawberry preserve (confiture)....yum !

  • lusciousleo1971
    lusciousleo1971 5 months ago

    is it just me or is the audio on this really bad? o hear the music and his voice is in the background.

  • jennie lzn
    jennie lzn 5 months ago

    the person seems rude hahah!!

  • Marelynn Yu
    Marelynn Yu 5 months ago

    what you had was a Macaron, not a macaroon... theyre two different things....

  • athena7793
    athena7793 6 months ago

    espresso should be had on the spot. a coffee shot only has a half life of 30 secs

  • french fries
    french fries 6 months ago

    Paris-Brest is not "parisian", it's typically "breton"! So, very "heavy". haha

    • sailorecume
      sailorecume 1 month ago

      Louis Durand patissier à Maison Laffite à crée ce gateau en forme de cercle pour commémorer le circuit vélo Paris/Brest. Ca reste donc plus proche de Paris que de la Bretagne :)

  • Leo Luong
    Leo Luong 6 months ago

    How can it be both tender and chewy?

  • fischkopp1234
    fischkopp1234 6 months ago

    Fun fact: Croissants aren't french. They're from Austria.

    • fischkopp1234
      fischkopp1234 1 month ago

      Guess we're both right then. XD

    • sailorecume
      sailorecume 1 month ago

      Fun fact the croissant in Austria isn't the same, the pastry was really different, the croissant we have today is typically french :^p

  • Kama's Queen
    Kama's Queen 6 months ago

    Tennessee /: im from there >_> i haven't had food in 2 days and i hardly get to eat the foods i wanna eat i can't even binge eat

  • Tiger Gray
    Tiger Gray 6 months ago

    Straight espresso starts to lose all its powers after about thirteen seconds

  • Kat Organize
    Kat Organize 6 months ago

    Hey, you!
    Love your videos and, since I'm from (and in) Paris, I was particularly interested in this one, and I have a few things to say. First, you need to realise that, when Parisian bakeries get noticed in the press or because one of their products won a prize, they start receiving a lot of tourist attention, which in turn tends to influence the type of products that they showcase. This can sometimes lead to "innovations" that aim to catch the foreigner's eye, but stray away from "The Sacred Path" of authenticity. Lol! For example, your macaron "montage" is an attempt to merge the heavenly-and-world-famous macaron with the ever-so-gracious shape of a less-renowned pastry called Religieuse. Next time, you have to taste the REAL THING : a montage of two creamy puff pastries, with the same shape, but covered in CHOCOLATE (see what you missed, now? I know you love chocolate). This pastry was meant as a tribute to a group of nuns who sacrificed their life to defend their convent during the revolution riots. Same logic for what they blasphemously sold you as a Paris-Brest. (I have to say, this one is less funny to me : The Paris-Brest is a Sacred Thing gifted to humans by God himself, on a day when He was in a very good mood.) But because the name and shape of ECLAIRS are what tourists come for, they sacrificed the lovely round shape of my favourite pastry to the altar of big money. The good news is I'm not bitter because they seem to have at least respected the golden rule : light, delicious praliné cream. The bad news is normally, there's no chocolate, which is why it seemed overly sweet when you tried it. On this one, I feel that they did you wroooong! Another thing that I liked in your video is your taste-test of the baguette. Made me very proud. because it's really as simple and as awesome as that. If you want the holy trinity, you can always have a good fruit jam, butter and coffee. Try it and see if the biterness of the coffee is not tamed by the buttery and sweet mixture gracing the bread. Better yet : try dunking it! Same principle for croissants (at least two, my friend!) and coffee. You need some jam on them, or some good sugar in your coffee. And you need to dunk! Let us (Parisian fans) know when you plan to come. In the mean time, keep up the good work and take care of yourself!

  • Narlan
    Narlan 6 months ago

    What kind of heresy is that ? Chocolat croissant ??? No, no, no, does not compute ! It's Chocolatine, do not believe those primitive saxons who say pain au chocolat or croissant au chocolat.

    • xcamillef94
      xcamillef94 6 months ago

      team pain au chocolat #belgium #northoffrance if you go to Canada chocolatine are mini croissants and pain au chocolat who do not taste as good as the Real thing

    • Jounayd Id Salah
      Jounayd Id Salah 6 months ago

      +MonsieurNarlan I was in Toulouse for studies, everything was fine, but the chocolatine was the real disruptive abomination. But it doesn't matter anymore, because we already won: http://couteaux-et-tirebouchons.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Carte-pain-au-chocolat-chocolatine-415x400.png.

    • Narlan
      Narlan 6 months ago

      Funny accent you said ? I sense jealousy and bitterness in your poisonous words. It's time for you to embrace the glorious sound of Chocolatine. Fill your lungs with pure air, and feast your ears with this wonderfull word. You'll be a better, happier, and smarter man.

    • Jounayd Id Salah
      Jounayd Id Salah 6 months ago

      You know that "chocolatine" comes from "chocolate in" (and really)? Which is treason. (For foreign readers, chocolatine (some parts of the South) vs pain au chocolat is our own Civil War, the weird people from the South with funny accents, and the great, talented and cool people of the North. Decide which side you're with).

  • Jonathan Hilderbrand
    Jonathan Hilderbrand 6 months ago

    Pet peeve time!!! It's ESS-presso, not EX-presso! ;>)

  • morgan west
    morgan west 7 months ago


    • Miketri
      Miketri 15 hours ago

      I don't think so... if it were pronounced that way in French, it'd be spelled like "macaroun."

    • zunya
      zunya 6 months ago

      I think his pronunciation is close to "macaron" in french. The sound "on" is not that easy... Just like the "r".

  • Eduard Krieger
    Eduard Krieger 7 months ago

    "Let's not do anything with 'American' in it" :D
    Keep up the great work! Makes me hungry every time.

  • mia pierce
    mia pierce 7 months ago

    You don't say "mac-a-roon" it's pronounced "mac-a-ron"

    • Miketri
      Miketri 15 hours ago

      It's important in this case because macarons and macaroons are two different things. It's like pronouncing "anise" as "anus." Some people might do it, but it doesn't mean it's right.

    • Ali Ow
      Ali Ow 2 months ago

      Lol so? Who cares. Everyone pronounces words, foods differently. Heck, all countries could have different pronunciations. Not to mention peoples accents make it sound more different as well.

    • sneer0101
      sneer0101 5 months ago

      Mia Pierce Depending on where you're from, you're wrong.

    • Jasmine
      Jasmine 5 months ago

      Mia Pierce In that case, he also didn't pronounce croissant or espresso correctly. But so what!? Let's just watch him enjoy it.

    • mia pierce
      mia pierce 5 months ago

      Bianca Christiansen yes I know that's why I said that

  • Kirt Kirt
    Kirt Kirt 7 months ago

    you gonna eat ALL that?

  • kitchener1916
    kitchener1916 7 months ago

    No hot oil ???

  • Sarah Charpentier
    Sarah Charpentier 7 months ago

    dudeeee your making me hungry! !! XD

  • Cheesy Big
    Cheesy Big 8 months ago

    +strictly dumpling Crossaints are not French they are actually from Austria

  • Juliette DB
    Juliette DB 8 months ago

    it's espresso not expresso ;-)

    • zunya
      zunya 6 months ago

      In french? In italian, yes, but not in french:)

  • Patrick
    Patrick 8 months ago

    This explains a lot that's why you have a Wife and also Dan Chen, two life partners :p

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