Annals of a Paris Neighborhood: From Yiddish-speaking Butchers to Caviar Delis

When my mother arrived in the Belleville from Tunisia almost 60 years ago, she was shooed away by the Ashkenazi Jewish butcher. In short order, the Tunisians’ fried fish took over the culinary scene, but that too has almost disappeared in favor of boutique hotels and Chinese restaurants.


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