Some people visit places mainly to try out the authentic and delicious food offered there. Every country has a different and unique cuisine, a lot of which you may not find in other countries, and even if you do, it would be a pale shadow compared to the real thing.
French food is without a doubt widely popular across the world, and since Paris is the most visited city in France, it’s a good idea to try out some of these very delicious and unique foods during your private tours Paris.
It is made from dough and is long with a crispy crust. Paris is the best place to try a variety of top quality artisan baguettes.
With carefully selected and matured meat, the grilled steak with many optional sauces and chips can be the best snack ever.
Most cafes in Paris have this snack. It is an oozy and crispy grilled ham with cheese sandwich, moistened with Béchamel sauce.
Jambon-beurre is a sandwich which comes as fresh half baguette, with cool butter inside and garnished with a pink-hued cooked ham.
Moist and fork tender duck thighs, seared until the skin turns golden and crisp, and served with garlicky potatoes sautéed in duck fat.
A croissant is a flaky and buttery pastry made of a layer of yeast-leavened dough. Croissants are usually filled with praline, chocolate or almond paste.
It is a delicate pastry containing 2 almond meringue shells glued together with ganache or buttercream.
Huîtres are oysters that are eaten in a specific way; open the oyster, squeeze some lemon into it and eat it right from the shell.
Quiche is a pie which is available in many varieties, with the main ingredient being vegetables, salmon or bacon.
In France, it is very common to eat snails. There are many different types of cooking methods and seasonings of snails you may get to sample.
Steak Tartare is beef tenderloin chopped into very tiny pieces with the right seasonings, and served raw.
Soupe à l’oignon
It is a soup made with beef or chicken stock and onions, which is then gratinéed with cheese and goes with a large piece of bread.
This is a perfectly wrapped browned buckwheat crepe with cheese, meat, and veggies inside.
Taste the French version of pralines, which are made of almonds and sugar instead of pecans.