Parisian Hidden Gems Food Guide
So bid adieu to tourist traps and embark on a culinary odyssey unlike any other. Let's explore the hidden culinary treasures of Paris togethe. Bienvenue à Paris!
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Le Marché des Enfants Rouges (3rd arrondissement)

Marché des Enfants Rouges
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Tucked away in the Marais district, this historic covered market is Paris' oldest food market. Here, you'll find a tantalizing array of international cuisines, from Moroccan tagines to Japanese bento boxes. Join locals at communal tables and savor the vibrant atmosphere.
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La Fontaine de Mars (7th arrondissement)

La Fontaine de Mars
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Escape the tourist crowds near the Eiffel Tower and discover this charming bistro frequented by locals. Known for its classic French cuisine, La Fontaine de Mars serves up hearty dishes like coq au vin and duck confit in a cozy, traditional setting.
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Le Verre Volé (10th arrondissement)

LE VERRE VOLÉ
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Venture off the beaten path to Canal Saint-Martin and uncover this beloved wine bar and bistro. With an extensive selection of natural wines and a menu featuring seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, Le Verre Volé offers an authentic taste of Parisian gastronomy.
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Chez Gladines (13th arrondissement)

Chez Gladines Butte aux cailles
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In the vibrant Butte-aux-Cailles neighborhood, Chez Gladines is a hidden gem known for its hearty Basque cuisine. Feast on generous portions of regional specialties like Basque-style beef stew and piping hot cassoulet, all at affordable prices.
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L'As du Fallafel (4th arrondissement)

L'As du Fallafel
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Craving Middle Eastern flavors? Head to the bustling streets of the Marais and seek out L'As du Fallafel. This hole-in-the-wall eatery serves up some of the best falafel in Paris, complete with tangy sauces and crispy vegetables – a favorite among locals in the know.
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Les Arlots (10th arrondissement)

Les Arlots
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Nestled in the lively neighborhood of SoPi (South Pigalle), Les Arlots is a cozy bistro celebrated for its creative, market-driven cuisine. Indulge in dishes like pan-seared foie gras and roasted bone marrow, expertly paired with selections from their impressive wine list.
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Le Comptoir Général (10th arrondissement)

Le Comptoir Général
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Step into another world at Le Comptoir Général, a quirky cultural space and bar hidden within a nondescript courtyard. Explore themed rooms filled with vintage decor while enjoying exotic cocktails and Afro-Caribbean inspired cuisine from the on-site restaurant.
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Aux Prés (6th arrondissement)

Aux Prés Cyril Lignac
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Escape the crowds of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and discover Aux Prés, a chic yet unpretentious brasserie helmed by renowned chef Cyril Lignac. From decadent seafood platters to innovative takes on French classics, every dish is a masterpiece of flavor and presentation.
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Breizh Café (3rd arrondissement)

Breizh Café
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Transport yourself to Brittany without leaving Paris at Breizh Café, a cozy crêperie specializing in authentic Breton galettes and crêpes. Whether you prefer sweet or savory, you'll find the perfect galette garnished with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
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Le Hide (8th arrondissement)

LE HIDE
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Tucked away on a quiet street near the Champs-Élysées, Le Hide offers a refined yet relaxed dining experience away from the tourist hustle. With a focus on high-quality meats cooked to perfection, this hidden gem is a favorite among discerning locals.
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Parisian Hidden Gems Food Guide
So bid adieu to tourist traps and embark on a culinary odyssey unlike any other. Let's explore the hidden culinary treasures of Paris togethe. Bienvenue à Paris!
10 Places • ago
Free

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges (3rd arrondissement)

Marché des Enfants Rouges
@maissa_travelshop
Tucked away in the Marais district, this historic covered market is Paris' oldest food market. Here, you'll find a tantalizing array of international cuisines, from Moroccan tagines to Japanese bento boxes. Join locals at communal tables and savor the vibrant atmosphere.
Add to
Details

La Fontaine de Mars (7th arrondissement)

La Fontaine de Mars
@maissa_travelshop
Escape the tourist crowds near the Eiffel Tower and discover this charming bistro frequented by locals. Known for its classic French cuisine, La Fontaine de Mars serves up hearty dishes like coq au vin and duck confit in a cozy, traditional setting.
Add to
Details

Le Verre Volé (10th arrondissement)

LE VERRE VOLÉ
@maissa_travelshop
Venture off the beaten path to Canal Saint-Martin and uncover this beloved wine bar and bistro. With an extensive selection of natural wines and a menu featuring seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, Le Verre Volé offers an authentic taste of Parisian gastronomy.
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Details

Chez Gladines (13th arrondissement)

Chez Gladines Butte aux cailles
@maissa_travelshop
In the vibrant Butte-aux-Cailles neighborhood, Chez Gladines is a hidden gem known for its hearty Basque cuisine. Feast on generous portions of regional specialties like Basque-style beef stew and piping hot cassoulet, all at affordable prices.
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Details

L'As du Fallafel (4th arrondissement)

L'As du Fallafel
@maissa_travelshop
Craving Middle Eastern flavors? Head to the bustling streets of the Marais and seek out L'As du Fallafel. This hole-in-the-wall eatery serves up some of the best falafel in Paris, complete with tangy sauces and crispy vegetables – a favorite among locals in the know.
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Details

Les Arlots (10th arrondissement)

Les Arlots
@maissa_travelshop
Nestled in the lively neighborhood of SoPi (South Pigalle), Les Arlots is a cozy bistro celebrated for its creative, market-driven cuisine. Indulge in dishes like pan-seared foie gras and roasted bone marrow, expertly paired with selections from their impressive wine list.
Add to
Details

Le Comptoir Général (10th arrondissement)

Le Comptoir Général
@maissa_travelshop
Step into another world at Le Comptoir Général, a quirky cultural space and bar hidden within a nondescript courtyard. Explore themed rooms filled with vintage decor while enjoying exotic cocktails and Afro-Caribbean inspired cuisine from the on-site restaurant.
Add to
Details

Aux Prés (6th arrondissement)

Aux Prés Cyril Lignac
@maissa_travelshop
Escape the crowds of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and discover Aux Prés, a chic yet unpretentious brasserie helmed by renowned chef Cyril Lignac. From decadent seafood platters to innovative takes on French classics, every dish is a masterpiece of flavor and presentation.
Add to
Details

Breizh Café (3rd arrondissement)

Breizh Café
@maissa_travelshop
Transport yourself to Brittany without leaving Paris at Breizh Café, a cozy crêperie specializing in authentic Breton galettes and crêpes. Whether you prefer sweet or savory, you'll find the perfect galette garnished with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Add to
Details

Le Hide (8th arrondissement)

LE HIDE
@maissa_travelshop
Tucked away on a quiet street near the Champs-Élysées, Le Hide offers a refined yet relaxed dining experience away from the tourist hustle. With a focus on high-quality meats cooked to perfection, this hidden gem is a favorite among discerning locals.
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Details

* * *
CURATED BY
Salut! 🇫🇷 My name is Isa. I'm a proud Parisian, born and raised in the enchanting city of lights. 🌟 As a student, I embarked on a journey to explore the world, studying abroad and unraveling the secrets of numerous European cities. Along the way, I mastered the art of "traveling without breaking the bank"! 💼✈️ Now, I'm here to share my expertise and assist you in creating unforgettable experiences.
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