Paris, France\’s capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-HonorĂ©.

A great place with so much history!
Fun fact the French Revolution which we study at history and find hard is so easy there by watching all the Museums.
Going to Paris and not eating the royalty of food they offer is a great miss, continue reading with me to take a look at what they offer and where you can spot them.
Parisian food offers a number of cute dishes and I\’ll show you them;
A baguette is a long, thin loaf of French bread that is commonly made from basic lean dough. It is distinguishable by its length and crisp crust. A baguette has a diameter of about 5 to 6 centimetres and a usual length of about 65 cm, although a baguette can be up to 1 m long. 

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A crĂȘpe or crepe is a type of very thin pancake. CrĂȘpes are usually of two types: sweet crĂȘpes and savoury galettes. CrĂȘpes are served with a variety of fillings, from the simplest with only sugar to flambĂ©ed crĂȘpes Suzette or elaborate savoury galettes.

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1. 109 Rue Vieille du Temple

2. 14 Rue des Petits Carreaux

3. 23 Rue Paul Bert
3. Éclair 

Falafel is a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern food, commonly served in a pita, which acts as a pocket, or wrapped in a flatbread known as taboon; \”falafel\” also frequently refers to a wrapped sandwich that is prepared in this way.

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L\’As du Fallafel

34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France

Best Steak Frites Restaurants in Paris

6. Gelato 
While both gelato and ice cream contain cream, milk and sugar, authentic gelato uses more milk and less cream than ice cream and generally doesn\’t use egg yolks, which are a common ingredient in ice cream. … Meanwhile, Italian gelato includes only about 4 to 9 percent fat.

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7. Duck Confit
If you thought Duck Confit on its own would already exceed your week\’s intake of calories, the dish is traditionally served with pommes de terre Ă  la Sarladaise, which are slices of potatoes cooked in duck fat (thick coin-sized French fries). If you are going to indulge, you may as well do it properly.

‱It is said that if you\’re wandering in Paris you really have to lose your diet plan!
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Le Comptoir de La Gastronomie

If French cheese for you just means brie, camembert, roquefort and the \”stuff that looks like cheddar or gouda\” in the local supermarchĂ© when you\’re on holiday, then you don\’t know what you\’re missing!

Every region of France has its own particular cheeses. Back in the time of General de Gaulle, France had 246 cheeses – and it has quite a few more than that now, given the large number of new products, inventions or copies of traditional cheeses, that have emerged from France\’s hundreds of dairy companies in the past 20 years.

This guide is not by any means a comprehensive listing of all the products that France can offer to deck a well-garnished cheese-board. It is a look at some of the most common, and the most tasty.

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Maitre Artisan Cheese Alléosse Refiner

Hot chocolate spread from the nobility to society in the 1660s, when the first \”chocolate house\” was opened in London and it became possible for the everyman to partake in the fun. Since then, we have seen many different manifestations and variations of this comforting brew. Just remember, never feel guilty when you are indulging in a cup because hot chocolate was used to treat liver and stomach problems up until the 19th century!

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7 Of The Best Hot Chocolates You\’ll Ever Taste In Paris

  1. Un Dimanche à Paris. First on our list is Un Dimanche à Paris, which you\’ll find down a pretty cobbled passageway near OdĂ©on. …
  2. LadurĂ©e. It may be famed for its macarons, but LadurĂ©e also does an excellent hot chocolate which must not be overlooked. …
  3. Charles Chocolatier. …
  4. Carette. …
  5. Jacques Genin. …
  6. La Charlotte de l\’Isle. …

  7. Angelina.

    10. Couscous 

Couscous is a Berber dish of small steamed balls of crushed durum wheat semolina that is traditionally served with a stew spooned on top. Pearl millet and sorghum, especially in the Sahel, and other cereals can be cooked in a similar way and the resulting dishes are also sometimes called couscous. 

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4 responses to “CUISINES TO TASTE IN PARIS!”

  1. Wow 😊 nice


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