Eating Cheap Under 19 Euro in Paris

Eating cheap in Paris isn’t impossible at all but first you have to get a map and see where you are. Some tips regarding eating on a budget in the city of lights might prove extremely useful, especially if you are on a tight budget and you don’t have time to look for a good and cheap restaurant in Paris. First of all, French cuisine is affordable at good prices in bakeries, where you can taste the delicious croissants. Secondly, supermarkets in Paris are a good choice for those in search of cheap places to eat. Buy a baguette, something to drink, cheese and go for a picnic, it’s absolutely beautiful – the Champ de Mars near the Eiffel Tower, the Jardin des Tuileries, the quais along the Seine, the Parc de Bercy, there are very many places when you can go for a picnic.

Eating Cheap in Paris
Eating Cheap in Paris
Very many tourists claim that eating on a budget isn’t impossible at L’As du Falafel in the 4eme arrondissement – there guests can enjoy a falafel for about 4 euros. Of course, fast foods are all around. Another cheap place to eat in Paris is Bistro Romain, where main courses start from 12 euros. Chez Gladines (30 rue des Cinq Diamants, 13th arrondissement, metro Place d’Italie or Corvisart) is another suggestion for a good place to eat – you can serve tasty dishes for no more than 15-20 euros. If you are an Asian cuisine enthusiast, then in exchange for 7-8 euros you can get a menu. Hippopotamus delights its guests with dishes starting from 10-15 euros. Moreover, if you are in search of other names, then you might consider Creperie Saint Andre des Artes, where in exchange for a seafood stew and a salad you pay €22. Cafe Mollien at the Louvre is also a cheap place to eat in Paris because for two sandwiches and a non-alcoholic drink you pay around €15. The famous Paul Boulangerie and Patisserie shouldn’t be missed even if you are on a tight budget, it’s worth eating there, at least a croissant! For 2 big pieces of pizza you pay only €6.20. So, eating cheap in Paris isn’t something unusual. Just plan you trip accordingly and look for the best places in town, you’ll definitely love them! Bon Appetit!

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