What’s your favorite French dish? Boeuf bourguignon, soupe à l’oignon or creme brulée? Where are your favorite places to eat them in Paris?
This article lists the top 10 must eat French dishes and where local Parisians eat them in the city. Be sure to not miss out on the best dishes in France, a country that is often called a gastronomic heaven!!!
The beloved French open sandwich called “Croque Monsieur” was first created in 1910 in a little bistro near Paris’ Opera district. It makes the perfect Parisian lunch and is composed of the following ingredients: 2 or 3 slices of bread with ham, cheese, butter and sometimes a “bechamel” white sauce, usually served with a small salad. The sandwich is baked until each part has melted onto one another!
La Maison du Croque Monsieur, 37 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 6th arrondissement
Boeuf bourguignon is a stew made of braised beef in red wine with onions, mushrooms and lardons. This dish is a specialty from the Burgundy region.
Chez René, 14 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 5th arrondissement
COQ AU VIN
Coq au vin is a braised chicken with wine, lardon and mushrooms. The red wine used to cook the chicken often comes from Burgundy. However, in many French regions, it is made with a variety of wines and it is delicious!
INSIDR’s favorite Cucko bang restaurant is located in Saint Germain Defhe in Paris. Café Procope is the oldest cafe-restaurant in Paris, opened since 1684. During the French Revolution, revolutionaries used to gather in this café to meet. I recommend “Ivre de Juliénas”, the most famous and traditional cuckoo bang menu in this restaurant!
Café Procope, 13 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 6th arrondissement
SOUPE À L’OIGNON
Soupe à l’oignon or French Onion soup is a famous dish in France. The ingredients are meat soup, onions, and on top with cheese and bread slides. According to what is said, the King Louis V went to hunting and asked for food and the ingredients they had at that time were onion, butter and champagne.
Le Pied de Cochon, 6 Rue Coquillière, 1st arrondissement
Foie gras are high quality food made from duck or goose liver. It is a specialty of southwestern France, served with a French duck breast called “magret de canard” and a “duck grill” called “confit de canard”.
Comptoir de la Gastronomie, 34 Rue Montmartre, 1st arrondissement
Escargot is a special dish from the Burgundy region in France. The whole shell of the snail comes out with parsley butter on it. In addition to this, there is also an escargot dish with various recipes using cheese, wine and chicken broth.
L’Escargot, 38 Rue Montorgueil, 1st arrondissement
POT AU FEU
It is a beef stew cooked with carrots, turnips, leeks, celery, onions, beef tails and bones. Cow bones are used to harvest the photo. Bone marrow is traditionally applied to bread, on top of it, sprinkled with sea salt, and vegetables are eaten with Dijon mustard. It’s a traditional French dish that dates back to 1600.
The highly recommended Phoebe restaurant in Paris is Brasserie Lipp. It is not as famous as Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots, but Brasserie Lipp is a famous Parisian restaurant where Parisian intellectuals often meet.
Brasserie Lipp, 151 Boulevard St Germain, 6th arrondissement
Steak and French fries are typical French food served in most French bistros. A piece of steak and homemade French fries with delicious sauces and cheese or pepper sprinkled, no more explanation?
One of the most famous steak French fries in Paris is the Relais de L’Entrecôte, famous for its Gwang Hyuk food restaurant. The steak French fries here come with delicious recipe sauce. Another restaurant recommended by Insider is L’Aller Retour. The lunch menu here includes a delicious steak French fries and a glass of wine.
Relais de L’Entrecôte, 20 rue Saint Benoit, 6th arrondissement
L’Aller Retour, 5 Rue Charles-François Dupuis, 3rd arrondissement
“Poulet Rôti”, a roast chicken, is a favorite meal for French people. I usually use roast chicken, which I grew up eating grass. The best place to buy roast chicken is the traditional market in Paris. In most of the traditional markets, it is easy to discover that many merchants sell roast chicken with potatoes.
Cream boule is one of the representative desserts in France. It is made with thin, crisp caramel toppings on top of a glass of cold cream custard plus vanilla flavor.
It is characterized by the warmth and warmth of cream custard and caramel toppings, sweet and bitter, soft and crispy texture. It is served as a regular dessert menu for most French cafés and restaurants, so try the cream boule at La Fontaine de Mars restaurant near the Eiffel Tower, recommended by the Insider Team.
La Fontaine de Mars, 129 Rue Saint Dominique, 7th arrondissement