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27 Of The Most Delicious Cheap Eats In Paris

Delicious food for little money. MIAM!

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We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share their favorite meal in Paris for under €10. Here's what they said, with a few additions from the BuzzFeed France team:

1. The fries from Du Clercq – Les Rois de la Frite

One of the best fast-food restaurants in Paris and THE specialist of Belgium fries (or, as American call them inaccurately "French fries").

Submitted by Laetitia Boyer Rodriguez, Facebook

2. The crêpes from Au P'tit Grec

"Everyone needs to go to Au P’tit Grec for crepes! It’s absolutely delish and will cost you only about 6 Euros at most. I can’t finish an entire crepe by myself sometimes cause the portions are huge!"

Submitted by limcheeyang91

3. The pastries from La Pâtisserie Cyril Lignac

Cyril Lignac is a very famous French chef, famous for hosting many cooking shows on TV. His delicious pastries and breads live up to his reputation and are really worth the trip.

Submitted by Béatrice Montgomery, Facebook

4. The vegan food from Tien Hiang

"For vegans, the Tien Hiang is the BEST RESTAURANT IN FRANCE."

Submitted by Alice PetitSucre, Facebook

5. The Jewish Ashkenazi specialties at Sacha Finkelsztajn

Located on Rue des Rosiers, at the heart of Le Marais, Paris' historic Jewish neighborhood, Sacha Finkelsztajn's "yellow store" offers a selection of delicious Polish and Eastern European pastries and breads.

Submitted by Alice PetitSucre, Facebook

6. The éclairs from L'éclair de génie

"Anything at L'éclair de genie, Christophe Adam’s pastry shop in Le Marais. Incredible." Submitted by tdolev
Bruno Collinet / Via Flickr: collinox

"Anything at L'éclair de genie, Christophe Adam’s pastry shop in Le Marais. Incredible."

Submitted by tdolev

7. The falafels from L'As du Fallafel

I suggested this place in the original post and many people agreed in the comments. That's because l'As du Fallafel makes the best falafels in the world. This is not an overstatement. I dream of them sometimes, that's how good they are. If you don't believe me, just trust Lenny Kravitz.

Submitted by Marie Telling, BuzzFeed France

8. Urfa Dürüm

The delicious Kurdish sandwiches from Urfa Dürüm, located on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis.

Submitted by Sophie Brissaud, Facebook

9. Berthillon ice cream

"Definitely the best ice cream I’ve ever had."

Submitted by Bailesc

10. The ramen at Higuma

You should try "a 9€ bowl of incredible Kimchi Ramen from Higuma at Palais Royal."

Submitted by Juan Christian Sombrin-Guerrero, Facebook

11. The hot chocolate from Angelina

Everyone MUST try the delicious and extravagant hot chocolate from Angelina.

Submitted by Anne Elder, Facebook

12. All the sandwiches from Chez Alain Miam Miam

"Best sandwich in town!" Submitted by Abramovič Matthieu, Facebook
Chez Alain Miam Miam, photo OLIVIER BENIER / Via Facebook: ChezAlainMiamMiam

"Best sandwich in town!"

Submitted by Abramovič Matthieu, Facebook

13. A tajine or a couscous from Le Traiteur Marocain du Marché des Enfants Rouges

The Moroccan stand of the Marché des Enfants Rouges in Le Marais has some of the best Moroccan food you'll eat in Paris. And in addition to being delicious, it is a really nice place to eat outdoors when it's not too cold out.

Submitted by Marie Telling, BuzzFeed France

14. Anything from Du Pain et des Idées

From its amazing pain des amis to its rolls, Du Pain et des Idées, located close to the Canal St Martin, is hands down THE best bakery in the city.

Submitted by Marie Telling, BuzzFeed France

15. The sandwiches at Gustave Pigalle

"For a new take on sandwiches, there’s also Gustave, in Pigalle, who makes Claps, a sandwich wrapped in a tortilla with delicious fillings."

Submitted by Canelle De Balasy

16. The tapas and cold cuts plates at L'Avant-Comptoir

The atmosphere and the food are both outstanding. A must if you're looking for a fun lunch or dinner experience in Paris (dinner is a bit more expensive).

Submitted by Anaïs Bordages, BuzzFeed France

17. A Phở from Le Kok

"A huge heaping bowl of pho from Le Kok in the 13éme (~€8.50)! They even give you a plate of beef for free if you ask. Definitely the best in that arrondissement."

Submitted by Loraine Ong

18. Hutch House of Hot Dogs

"For a hot dog, you have the fantastic Hutch, located rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. The neighborhood is nice, the hot dogs don’t need to be fancy, they’re hot dogs. The bagels are nice too. Everything is between 4 and 6 euros. "

Submitted by Canelle De Balasy

19. Bob's Kitchen's veggie stew

"The veggie stew (€9,50) and the pancakes (€8) are heavenly!"

Submitted by Charlotte Yardley

20. The pies from Le Loir dans la Théière

The lemon meringue pie "is SO good and SO huge. €7.50 SO WORTH IT."

Submitted by mylanagirl

(And if you're not in the mood for lemon meringue pie, Le Loir dans la Théière offer a wide selection of pies and cakes that are all to die for.)

21. Salade 5 diamants from Chez Gladines

"The now-famous Gladines offers extraordinary salads and traditionnal basque cuisine."

Submitted by Canelle De Balasy

(The salade 5 diamants is a favorite among regulars (it costs 10,70 euros).)

22. The noodle bowls at Happy Nouilles

"Hands down, the noodle bowls at Happy Nouilles around Arts et Métiers. They make all their noodles fresh (you can watch the chefs stretch out the dough while you eat!) and the noodle bowls are a great deal: between 7-10 euros and absolutely massive."

Submitted by euterpe42

23. The Bobun from Le Petit Cambodge

"Le Petit Cambodge [is] a Vietnamese restaurant near République where you can get a great bo bun for 9,50 in a beautiful setting."

Submitted by Canelle De Balasy

24. The tacos at El Nopal taquería

"El Nopal taquería is the only real Mexican in Paris!!"

Submitted by cecyy

25. The Moroccan pastries at La Grande Mosquée de Paris

"At the Grand Mosquée de Paris (next to the Jardin de Plantes and the Jussieu or Place Monge métro), they have a lovely semi-open-air salon de thé where you can get wonderful Moroccan mint tea and Moroccan pastries and cakes for about 2 euros per item. It’s a lovely place to go for a refreshing and sweet snack and good conversation."

Submitted by emmal4c08e4cf8

26. A nice breakfast from Café Lomi

One of the best cafés in Paris, with mindblowing coffee, delicious pastries, and great brunches (the brunches are pricier though).

Submitted by chlohaayy

27. The salads from Chez Papa

These restaurants specializing in South-Western food have huge, delicious, and cheap salads.

Submitted by Cécile Dehesdin, BuzzFeed France

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