Depending on a visitor's budget, dining in Paris may include a meal at some of the world's most expensive restaurants. However, most people who visit the city are not inclined to frequent the priciest eateries on the planet. For individuals and families that are planning a trip to Paris but are on a more limited budget, the city boasts ample opportunities for visitors to have good food at low prices.
Le Petit Cleric
A value restaurant that shares owners with La Fontaine de Mars, Le Petit Cleric offers open-face sandwiches, omelets, salads, and more at reasonable prices. On Tuesdays, the restaurant offers roast veal for 12.50 Euros. Each day, there is a meat special at the same price. The meat is served with a potato and salad.
Renowned Chef Gregory Marchard offers takeaway and dine-in options at this casual bistro. Reuben, pulled pork sandwiches, fish and chips, cheesecake and homemade ginger beer are highlights of the menu. Prices average around 15 Euros.
L'as du Falafel
Those who are looking for a change from typical French food can head to the Fourth Arrondissement for tasty falafel at approximately six Euros. This place tends to draw a crowd; however the line moves relatively quickly.
Also located in the Fourth Arrondissement, Breizh Cafe serves up deliciously affordable crepes that have even been described as being ranked among the best in the city. A savory crepe will run approximately eight Euros.
For affordable French food, budget travelers may visit Bistrot Victoires. In addition to having a cozy atmosphere, prices are relatively low with impressive salads at around nine Euros.
Low cost Indian food is well within reach in Paris. Customers at Krishna Bhavan may enjoy a main, side, and drink for a mere 10 Euros. This Indian eatery is located in the 10th Arrondissement.
When craving a burger on a budget, Big Ferdinand is the place to go. Customers are able to craft their own burgers, which start at seven Euros. Cheese may be added for two Euros and vegetables are available for 1.5 Euros. Signature combos consisting of a specialty burger, fries, and a drink, can be had for 14 Euros. Adding dessert will bring the total to 16 Euros.
Verjus Wine Bar
Groups of budget-conscious travelers can share small plates similar to tapas at Verjus. The food is an eclectic mix of cuisines and range from four to seven Euros per plate. Wine is available by the glass and ranges from 5 to 12 Euros.
Eating inexpensively in Paris was once a challenge. Fortunately, many new restaurant owners are aiming to introduce a variety of new cuisines and concepts to offer high-quality food and dining experiences to travelers who are more savings-oriented. As a result, visitors to the famed European city may enjoy traditional French cuisine, more exotic foods from around the world, and even dishes that remind them of home. When combined with using discount websites to find the most affordable hotels in Paris, researching local restaurants can be an excellent way to keep costs low when traveling to the city.
This article was contributed by Fiona Moriarty of Hipmunk, the most comprehensive travel search website allowing you to find the best deals on anything from flights and hotels to train rides and Homeaway rentals.
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