Eating in Paris
French food has been called "high-class" for a long time. Each of the 22 provinces has their own opinions on food and table service. French cuisine has several dishes that could be considered a calling card for the country.
To satisfy your culinary curiosity, there are many restaurants and cafes in Paris. Here are some of the best dishes to try and where to order them.
The terraces of Paris's cafes and their small tables all right next to each other have become the calling card of the city. People don't just go to these cafes to drink coffee, but also to relax, chat with friends, people watch and sometimes work.
Paris is an expensive city. Not every tourist can afford eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day in restaurants. Here are 10 places where you can eat quickly and cheaply. Don't let a limited budget keep you from enjoying this beautiful city.
Cheap French cuisine
If you want real French food that's not too expensive, then look no further than Bouillon. There's one on Montmartre, and on Montparnasse, but the most famous one is Bouillon Chartier. It's been working for over 100 years and has a very historic atmosphere.