Where To Eat In Paris

After seeing all the celebrities in eccentric outfits at Paris Fashion Week posting stories about Paris’ beautiful architecture, food and just overall the french culture; you’ve probably already booked a trip to Paris with your friends.

By now you’ve probably visited the Louvre, walked down the Champs-Élysées and browsed all the shops in the Marais… but you don’t know where to get a nice meal that’s not too expensive. Well, this list will help you out.


Brunch: THE weekend hungover activity, meeting your friends for delicious, instagrammable and fun food.

 

Clint:

Clint is a bit far from the city center, located in the 11th arrondissement, but definitely worth a try if you’re tired of the busy Parisian lifestyle. They serve every brunch food you probably have heard of before, from matcha lattes to açai bowls.

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Coffee Parisien:

At Coffee Parisien, you can have breakfast/brunch, lunch, and dinner. This American style restaurant is perfect for milkshakes and big fluffy pancakes. It is located in the heart of Paris, in Saint-Germain des Prés.

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Lunch: Healthy and light choices to explore the streets of Paris.

 

Season:

You’ve probably heard of Season before, it is one of the most known brunch spots in Paris, but I am recommending it for lunch because if you want healthy and original food this is the spot. I personally recommend taking their naan, the egg sandwich or the noodle salad.

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Pizza Chic:

A beautiful pizzeria with a modern twist. These pizzas are a bit pricier than your usual Netflix and chill choice of pizza, but they’re so worth it.

 

Maison Sauvage:

Maison Sauvage is a beautiful Parisian “Bistrot” with amazing cocktails at night (unless you’re feeling it lunchtime) serving French food, as well as healthy choices. One of our faves.

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Dinner: A fun Parisian dinner with a nice atmosphere.

 

Le Pachamama:

I recommend this if you’re feeling like you want to have dinner and a party but don’t want to spend money at two different places. Not only is the food and drinks amazing here, but the place is really beautiful. The decoration is fun and the restaurant turns into a club with good music and a fun crowd on weekends.

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Café Bohème:

At Café Bohème located in Montparnasse, you can have any meal of the day, but during dinner time the terrace gets crowded and you get a really nice Parisian atmosphere. I recommend you to have both dinner and cocktails, as here it is a good idea to get little bites to share accompanied by a nice drink. And if you have room, you should definitely take the Nutella French toast.


Main Image Credit: @dinara_brnb.