Cheap places to eat in Paris.
- josephml1 Jan 4, 2012 03:29 PM
Hello everyone and thanks for taking the time to read and post in this thread.
I am looking for an advice about where to eat en downtown Paris, I am looking for cheap accessible places.
Local places with local food, hole in the wall restaurants, markets, etc.
I am wide open to suggestions.
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Hi, there are exceptionally good threads about it:
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/816245 - don't miss this one
And list goes on and on, i enjoyed reading many of them and you have here more info and places then you will ever probably get to try "-)
A very cheap and authentic spot within walking distance from your hotel is Chez Gladines (metro Corvisart). Huge salads (more like meat and potatos with some lettuce) and Southwestern French dishes such as confit de canard and Piperarde. Salades and some other dishes are under 10E and almost everything else is under 15E. Not the best food you can find, but very authentic, with an amazing atmosphere. Get there early because the waits with the French student crowds can be rather frightful.
my experience last spring: http://lafemmemange.wordpress.com/201...