This just in: French food is to die for (that’s why so many people tend to travel to the country in the first place).
That little, simple fact, is oh so true. If you let yourself indulge in food from France, your taste buds will thank you tremendously. From the raw foods to the carefully curated meals, to the beautifully crafted desserts, and everything in between, you’ll regret not trying it sooner.
And, what pairs better with the food from one of the most magnificent places in the world? Well, the best alcoholic beverage known to man, of course.
Check out these wine region day trips from Paris to get started, then, find here the most loved places to dine in the “city of light”.
When in Paris, one must visit places to eat that provide a breathtaking sight. Whether you’re sitting at a table up in a tower type building, or you’re dining at a level ground bistro that is surrounded by water, your time will be spent mesmerized by all that is offered. Check out some of the best-rated places to dine below:
Each and every one listed also contains the option of a vegetarian menu. For more vegetarian options, visit raw food restaurants in Paris France.
You may be asking “are there eating places in the Eiffel Tower?”
In fact, there are five. Three on the first floor, two on the second floor, and one on the third floor (although one restaurant spans both the first and the third floor, so you can only count four places to eat in its entirety). Plus, their dishes are phenomenal. Here they are:
If you want more options when it comes to food towers, check out this guide Paris food tower itinerary.
And, if you would like to bring the kids along, check out Paris food towers with kids.
If you’ve already visited places to eat that have a view and/or are in a tower, don’t worry, there are other options.
If you’d like to go to a more subtle and quiet place without a kitchen, to try the food, check out the cheese and meat shops or small restaurants. They’re so simple, yet so delicious.
Brush up on your knowledge of cured meat in Paris before you go. Then, follow up with questions at each shop to make sure you get the most traditional cheeses and meats they have to offer. You might fall in love with several different kinds.
Last, if you’re in the mood to walk around while tasting french delicacies, check out the gourmet food walking tour. Some of these tours allow you to enjoy tasty beverages, too.
Whatever option you choose, they are all enjoyable. Or, go all out, try them all, chances are, you and your family/friends will not regret it. (Just a little tip: save up your money so that you can visit as many of these places as possible, even if it is just for an appetizer!).
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