He made the move to the French capital just last year, but there’s one thing Dan Carter has been searching for since his arrival in Paris.
Like many Kiwis, the All Black star is pretty passionate about his coffee. And let’s be honest, we make some of the best in the world – so it’s pretty hard to compete.
But despite all of Paris’s culture and cuisine, it seems Dan has had trouble finding the “perfect flat white” since moving to the city for his rugby career.
Luckily, Dan has revealed he’s finally found a good café across the other side of the world, that meets his high standards refined in his homeland.
Sharing a cheery snap of himself near Café Kitsune over the weekend, Dan wrote alongside it: “Nice to find a good flat white coffee here in Paris.”
Dan previously said he was settling in nicely to the French capital, adding that life keeps getting “better and better.”
The All Black hero is playing for French Rugby Union side Racing 92, who are based in suburban Paris. When he announced his deal with the club back in 2014, Dan admitted that his move was primarily based on the large salary they were offering - meaning he'd take home $2.3 million a year.
Earlier in April, Dan shared a close up shot of the Eiffel Tower, admitting he’ll “never get sick of this drive by.”
Come back soon, Mr C!