By Jeff Jenkins
City of romance, art, pretty accents, and super expensive everything.
Paris is a notoriously lavish city, so you might get the impression that delicious, high-quality French cuisine is off the budget. Thankfully, that doesn’t have to be like that.
Check the following list of the best accessible restaurants in Paris—because you deserve to have a taste of French gastronomy without pawning your belongings.
5- BOULANGERIE UTOPIE.
Regarded the best bakery in Paris, Boulangerie Utopie is a must for every tourist seeking a distinctively French breakfast. Not only it has accessible prices and a varied menu, but it’s also beloved by locals—a clear sign of quality.
Whether you prefer savory breads, sweet pastries or their pain au charbon, Utopie is bound to provide a delicious breakfast and a high-quality coffee, for the prices you’d expect from an average Boulangerie.
And watch out, they also offer gluten-free options!
4- A LA BICHE AU BOIS.
If you visit France, you want to eat French—traditional food, accessible prices, and a beautiful European atmosphere.
That’s precisely what you find in A La Biche Au Bois.
This charming bistro it’s slightly less accessible for people roaming the heart of the city—meaning fewer tourists, fewer lines, and a more classic type of cuisine.
Those seeking innovative menus or high-class dishes should stay away—this place is all about the French experience as French folks live it.
Visit their Facebook.
3- LE BOUILLON CHARTIER.
And talking about wanting that classic French experience—why not have traditional food in a century-old restaurant, located in a historical monument?
That’s exactly what Le Bouillon Chartier offers.
Born in 1869, Bouillon Chartier offers that delicious taste of home inside a classic, beautiful installation—the dining room is, in their own words, “large, legendary, and historically listed”. A patrimony for Parisians, and a delicious experience for tourists.
The best of all? The price of the average main is €10.
Visit their website.
2- LE VENT D’ARMOR.
Fresh seafood and fish dishes in Paris? Despite being land-locked? Yes, please!
With a chic French atmosphere, Le Vent D’Armor is the most important (yet accessible!) gourmet seafood restaurant in France. You’ll get to try delightful seafood French cuisine at prices that, on average, don’t exceed €100 per full course meal.
The dishes are made with fresh ingredients, the flavors perfectly combine tradition and innovation, and the presentation is Instagram-worthy.
Visit their website.
1- LE PETIT ROSE DES SABLES.
In one iconic scene in Pixar’s Ratatouille, critic Anton Ego is rendered speechless when the taste of a dish reminds him of a particular happy scene of his childhood.
That’s what Le Petit Rose Des Sables feels like.
It’s an inconspicuous little spot in Paris, but the experience is worth it. The restaurant is owned by an elderly French couple, and they provide the traditional dishes and the warm experience for a very accessible amount.
You and your companion will leave with a full stomach, a full pocket, and a full heart.
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