Paris Foodie Guide! Get A Taste From Paris, Bon Appétit!

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Paris Foodie Guide! Get A Taste From Paris, Bon Appétit!

So you are in Paris now and you’re looking for the best Paris foodie guide to find the top restaurants in the city. You can feel like a troubled person who can’t decide yourself while wandering the streets of Paris. Because Paris offers many options for eating. Celebrities in Paris are mostly Chefs who have their amazing restaurants and build their fame.

Now I’m going to recommend you a lot of places within the Paris Eating & Drinking Guide. However, I have to warn y’all, if you’re traveling to Paris, you will see a lot more tempting options as well. Obviously the cuisine in France could never be fitted into a blog post! To see all these places I mention, just click on their title and check their website. Anyway let’s dive into the post:

 

Best Breakfast Places in Paris?

 

Holybelly (5 rue Lucien Sampaix)

 

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This is the most popular place for breakfast in Paris at this time. For this reason, it is already crowded like crazy. You should try this place which is famous for its pancakes.

 

Season (1 Rue Charles-François Dupuis)

 

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Another favorite place for other meals, but especially for breakfast. The breakfast menus were quite extensive. Especially the green pancake on the menu is quite tasty.

 

A little note for those who will go: It is calmer during the week and there is no problem finding a place. It’s inevitable to wait in line for the weekend.

 

Eggs & Co (11 Rue Bernard Palissy)

 

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As you can see from the name, it’s a place that makes eggs and its derivatives, and the breakfasts are incredibly satisfying. This place can also be quite crowded, you might have to wait in line.

 

Du Pain et des Idees (34 Rue Yves Toudic)

 

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You wouldn’t come to Paris and eat croissants, would you? A lot of places in Paris make an average or good croissant, but Du Pain et des Idees’ croissant is one level better than all the croissants I eat.

 

A small note: If you come across freshly baked croissants, a croissant may not be enough.

 

Must-see cafes in Paris

 

Cafe des Deux Moulins (15 Rue Lepic)

 

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The café, which is a favorite for the movie Amelie fans. Do you remember the cafe where Amelie worked? This is exactly where it is and it is possible to go and visit, because it still serves as a café. The atmosphere is a little problematic, although the service is a bit of a café, but if you love Amelie, it might be quite enjoyable to stop here.

 

Le Consulat (18 Rue Norvins)

 

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In Paris many artists and many writers have been found and the cafes they have always visited have become quite popular. Le Consulat is one of them. Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet spent their time in there. At the same time, Montmartre has become the most popular, most beautiful photo of the hill.

 

Ladurée

 

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It’s crazy, it’s everywhere, even at the airport. Ladurée is definitely a lifestyle place for people of Paris. The line starts right at the entrance, and believe me once you see the macarones on the shelf, you will probably wait for that line. You can also choose to go in to the bar section and order quicker, but if you want to buy in bulk and carry some home, then you will have to wait that long line. Countless varieties of macaron!

 

Merci (111 Boulevard Beaumarchais)

 

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You can also go to Merci, one of the most famous concept stores in Paris and even in the world, not only to resting, you can also spend your time in its charming café, which is filled with books. In the meantime, don’t forget to go to the small courtyard outside, where you can take a photo of the famous red car.

 

Paris Foodie Guide

 

Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte:

 

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It is a well-known place for local people and every traveler to Paris. When you want to visit, you will probably be in line at the door, and when you’re sitting, you’ll sit at a narrow table that isn’t very comfortable. There is no menu here, this is the property. They’ll just ask you for meat type and your food will be prepared. First a mustard sauce, a green salad with walnuts. Then, the main dish will be served with a ribeye sauce and fried potatoes next to it.

 

Pink Mamma (20 bis Rue de Douai):

 

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My second suggestion is an Italian restaurant in Paris. Pink Mamma, with multiple branches in Paris, has a very pleasant décor. Also, because most of the employees are Italian, there is no doubt about Italian food. I recommend you to try the special truffle mushroom pasta and the Burrata cheese with olive oil.

 

Candelaria (52 Rue de Saintonge):

 

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If you want to eat something fast and you like Taco (there is one who doesn’t like Taco). Candelaria is a small place and experts on taco, so you can eat standing. The chips are very small in size, so they can beat 2-3. You can also ask for the famous margaritas of the venue. Also, if you pass through the back door inside the place, you are switching to the popular bar part of Candelaria.

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