I’ve been there three times so far, but I never stop longing to go back and walk down Champs-Élysées, pop in a random boulangerie or pâtisserie, visit my favorite labyrinth of cosy tiny streets at Montmartre… I could make this list endless, but let me give you some practical tips. This week look out for the ten best foodie tips for Paris! Here comes the beginning.
Le J’Go – a must! It’s a stylish bistro where they serve authentic Gascogne cuisine. Make sure you book a table beforehand or arrive early. The service is great, the atmosphere is like at home, cosy and warm, the food is gorgeous! Make sure you have some time to sit at the bar, order a bottle of wine and a platter of French meat and cheese before your meal:)
4 rue Drouot (metro: Richelieu Drouot)
It’s up to you what you prefer for your main, but I’m begging you, please, order a plate of tomatoes for your starter, you’ll never regret! It’s just tomatoes, olive oil and seasoning, so simple, but so yuuuummyyy:)
What’s your favorite restaurant in Paris?
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