Falafel is the most popular street food in Paris. Most well-known for Israeli-style falafel sandwiches, competitors vie fiercely with another in the Marais. The Jewish Quarter of Paris, Le Marais is where more than a hundred thousand European Jews settled after WWII. As a result, this is where the culinary traditions of the Jewish community continue to thrive. So, what are you waiting for? We’ve compiled a list of some of the tastiest falafel in the city for you to try. And the best part? All of them are under eight euros!
Where to Eat in Paris
Looking to celebrate Thanksgiving in the most traditional way possible while visiting Paris? We know that this family holiday means homemade stuffing, pumpkin pie and turkey dinner. Though the cuisine in Paris is delicious, Thanksgiving isn’t really Thanksgiving without the traditional carb-filled meal. Even if you’re in Paris during the holiday, you shouldn’t have to miss out on your fall feast. So, we’ve decided to put together the perfect guide for spending Thanksgiving in Paris.
Restaurant hopping in La Ville Lumière is the best way to recharge after a day of sightseeing or going on a Paris tour. From onion soup to quiche Lorraine, traditional French cuisine is celebrated the world over for its intense flavor and chic presentation. Read on to find an extensive list of Paris restaurants, divided up by districts. This way, you won't need to guess when it comes to deciding where to eat in Paris.