The best food tips in Paris (Covid- edition)

Now, I have been 10 months in France. I want to share my best tips for food and gastronomy. Most of them located in the centrum or in the 17.arrondissement, where I leave!

In Paris, what coming for restaurants, you can find whatever kind of food. 
The year has been different because of the global situation, but I regret nothing, I have spent two semesters here and more here and learned so much about myself, French culture and from people around me.


Restaurants/Gastronomy


France is famous for its gastronomy. The food here is heavy with a lot of butter, cheese and creams. French food is not my favourite but here are some foods that I didn’t eat before but now I even have eating habits with them. Paris is full of amazing international restaurants; for sure you will find your favourite ones!

Before my tips, I cooked a lot with my friends, brunches and dinners. International friends taught me traditional food recipes; this activity was covid friendly as well at home.

Here you are! My restaurant tips

  • Asian food, Hotpot is Asian food in French is called ”fondue chinois”

    Liuyishou Hotpot Paris
    27 Rue d’Enghien, 75010
  • Parisian brunch

    Maison Sauvage
    5 Rue de Bugi, 75006
  • Mexican food

    Café Chilango
    82 Rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011
  • Café and French restaurant

    Cafe angelina
    226 Rue de Rivoli, 75001
  • French food & fondue

    Le mapmiton de lutece
    6 Rue Saint-Séverin, 75005
  • Coctail bar

    Le perchoir Marais
    33 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 
  • Italian Restaurant

    Sonata
    45 Rue Bruchant, 75017
  • Gelato

    Amorino
  • Paul, Fast food/boulangerie (When you have to eat something quickly)usually located in a train station or shopping mall
  • The best street food: Crepes, sweet and salty and gelato

Food shopping

The most famous groceries are Monoprix, Auchan, Carrefour and Super U. I used to shop in Super U, usually, it is the cheapest one. Paris is full of bio and organic shops, there you can find some vegetarian options. Picard is a grocery for frozen food of good quality.

Generally people here do shopping here in many shops. The bread purchased from boulangerie, cheese from fromagerie, fruits from outdoor marché or shop and meat from boucherie.

 I love boulangeries, I buy my bread from there, usually, I buy a baguette or dark bread is called pain de seigle. My favourites sweets are pain du chocolat, croissant aux amandes and brioche.  In Finland I ate just rye bread, here I am used to eating the baguette a lot!

I hope these tips helped you!

Bisous

Mira