Paris restaurants and food
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Train Bleu is a Belle Epoque
restaurant in the Gare de Lyon.
Meeting the French
Do-it-yourself diplomacy begins at the dinner table, and Laurence Monclard--a
gastronomic matchmaker who studied in the U.S--can help you arrange a meal with
Paris citydwellers or suburbanites.
Pastry Food Tours in Paris parisforvisitors.com
Visit the city's leading pâtisseries
and chocolateries with a gastronomic tour guide.
Dinner Cruises on the Seine
Half a dozen Parisian cruising fleets serve dinner (and, in some cases, lunch)
aboard restaurant boats or a vintage yacht. Prices range from moderate to
Boulangerie Patiserrie Au
Grand Richelieu parisforvisitors.com
The oldest bakery in Paris has been in business since the time of Napoleon. Its
jovial proprietor's breads and pastries are first-rate.
La Boulangerie par Véronique
Of the four wood-burning bakery ovens left in France, only two are in
Paris--including one near the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont where a female
boulanger creates artisan loaves from organic flour and wild yeasts.
The cuisine isn't haute, but it's a healthy step up from fast food, and you'll find plenty of
middle-class Parisians at the three local branches of the French cafeteria chain.
The country that loves Jerry Lewis also adores American-style franchise burgers
and freedom fries. (For fast food with a view, grab an outdoor table on the
Les Frères Blanc
These 12 "legendary brasseries" invite you to "enjoy an
assortment of delights and have fun without emptying your wallet."
Use the Paris Conventions and Visitors Bureau search tool to find
eateries by type, cuisine, price, district, and Métro stop.
Time Out: Paris:
Restaurants and Cafés
Restaurant reviews have always been a hallmark of the British Time Out
series, and the Paris guidebook's listings cover everything from gastronomic monuments to budget
Kosher in France
Find kosher restaurants or stores in Paris and elsewhere in France.
Photo: Copyright © Paris Tourist Office.
Photographer: Catherine Balet.