Street food in Paris
Street food in Paris is a good way to get to know the local culture.
Even if street food is the habit of people that don’t have much time to eat, it doesn’t mean that quality is not important. While in many Countries street food is the same as fast food, in Paris choosing street food is considered something different. It’s still the chance to eat high-quality cuisine!
Paris cuisine in street food version is influenced by a variety of cultures. That’s why tasting Parisian street food is always interesting!
Here are where to go to taste the best street food in Paris.
Where to eat street food in Paris
- Frenchie To Go
This is the Mecca of sandwich addicts. In rue du Nil 9 you can go to Frenchie to Go to taste handmade products. Pastrami, smoked bacon, and pulled pork sandwiches are my favorites! Frenchie to go is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 8.30 am – 5 pm.
- The Miznon
If you are wondering where to find Israeli street food in Paris, The Miznon Pita is the answer. Miznon is already famous in Tel Aviv, and now you can taste its food in Paris, in rue des Ecouffes 22, from 11 am to 11 pm. Don’t go there on Saturday. It’s its closing day.
Once you get to Miznon’s, go for pitas with fish, vegetables, legumes. You can even find sweet pitas!
- Gyoza Bar
Japanese cuisine is fascinating the world for centuries. If you would like to taste the current version of some Japanese dishes in Paris, go to 56 Passages des Panoramas. If you have no idea what you would like to eat, go for Gyoza, a popular dish of Janapense cuisine! Gyoza opening hours: 12 am – 2.30 pm; 6.30 pm to 11.45 pm.
Closing day: Sunday.
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