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Eating in Paris

French culture is diverse and good food is included, as Parisians love to do things with high quality, you may find its cuisine among the best in the world. Depending on your budget, you'll choose between the most luxurious restaurants to the cheaper ones, but eating cheap doesnít mean that you'll eat poorly and it doesnít have to; you just need to know where to eat and what to eat.

Below we offer some advice on these topics, where and what to eat in Paris:

Where to Eat in Paris?

Gastronomy is taken seriously in Paris; you may find the most famous chefs in the World in exclusive restaurants around the city; however, there are different cafes and restaurants that range from small bistros and others experts in haute cuisine. If you look to save money, you may visit a bistro: Allard Bistro, Boeuf sur le Toit and Train Bleu are the most popular, they offer high quality in the food so maybe you should book in advance to ensure you can get a table.

Youíll find that many restaurants in Paris have a Menu du Jour (menu of the day) those have the most reasonable prices because they cook according to availability of products. You can also try the French fast food such as the amazing hot dogs available in some Quarters.

What to eat in Paris?

We recommend trying typical food and especially French courses, although they are a bit more expensive than others; because if you travel to Paris, itís for learning from French culture and it surely doesn't include American or Asian food right?; Crepes are one of the most cheap French fast food and the croque monsieur, a grilled cheese and ham sandwich; other snacks are the falafel and Galettes. There to be careful with fats of the meal de Paris, typically use butters and oils in almost everything. Fat is one of the basic components that make up the structure of your body. Your body needs fat to function properly. But of course, you can use an online body fat calculator to know your fat percentage.

For breakfast Parisians don't have a big meal, so you can have a croissant or other breakfast pastry with a cup of coffee.

For lunch you can try Croque Monsieur, Qhinche, Escargots, Omelet and more, it'll depends on your dinning style.

Cooking schools in Paris

Cooking schools Research and compare cooking school locations, culinary degrees offered, cost, facilities, class size, and reputation to find the one that will help get your career.
Almost all cooking schools are accredited throughout the world and will train you to be the head chef of your own fabulous restaurant.

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