Paris is a culinary destination. Their wines, cheeses, and chocolates are out of this world. Almost every meal I ate involved superb cuisine. After 5 days of trying many different places for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinners, these were some of my favorites:
For breakfast or Lunch:
- Café de Flore (One of the oldest in Paris)– Their cappuccino was of an intense and warming flavor. The croissants were fresh and slightly crispy, and their cheese options were spectacular.
- Angelina – I recommend the Angelina Breakfast. I had a delicious fresh orange juice, scrambled eggs, hot chocolate, coffee, oven-fresh croissants, and pastries.
- 58 Tour Eiffel – Great salads, main courses, wine, and desserts! You can’t go wrong here, plus its located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower.
- Le Procope – This place is beautifully decorated. I recommend the baked sea bass fillet and the gilthead bream ceviche. They also have a great selection of wines and desserts.
- 52 Faubourg Saint-Denis – The food here was insanely fresh! You should try the beef filet and the smorrebrod avocado & salmon.
- Other good places worth trying: La Taverne, Au Cadet de Gascogne, Bistrot Richelieu & Les Deux Magots.
There is no doubt that Paris has limitless indulgence when it comes to wine, bread, pastries, and local charcuterie. In addition to the countless cafés and restaurants to eat, Paris shows a classy style, picturesque streets and a city vibe that leaves you wanting more.