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Paris Food Tour

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Paris Food Tour highlights

  • Go on a culinary gourmet food tasting tour in the bustling streets of Paris

  • Meet with a master chocolatier who creates 4 delectable collections in a year

  • Visit a prominent baker's shop famous for its crisp & plump baguettes & croissants

  • Taste delicious jams, mustards, and kinds of vinegar at an authentic épicerie

  • Get a chance to meet an expert cheese-maker to taste best-known specialties

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Cafe Chez Jeannette
76 Rue Victor Clément, 69240 Thizy-les-Bourgs, France

Paris Food Tour cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 30 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 1 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
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Paris Food Tour overview

Paris Food Tour Duration: 3 Hours

Start Time: 9:00 AM

Meeting Point: Café Chez Jeannette, 47 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, Paris

About Paris Food Tour:

Enjoy the true flavors of Paris with a 3-hour guided food tour. Stroll around the vibrant streets and visit the cafes, art galleries, and museums of the city. Delight in the taste of authentic cheeses, hams, pastries, and chocolates on your culinary gourmet food tasting tour. Book the Paris Food Tour package and enjoy the fantastic flavor of France.

About the Activity:

  • Enjoy your Parisian food tour, where you'll explore designer chocolates, artisan cheeses, and tasty charcuterie.
  • See the four delectable collections a year and meet the master chocolatier who created them.
  • Visit a renowned bakery famous for its melt-in-your-mouth baguettes and plump croissants.
  • Interact with a culinary expert in the art of foie gras and purchase some inexpensive wines to go with your foie gras and pâtés.
  • Meet a cheese connoisseur and relish the chance to taste some of his finest creations.
  • Experience the charm of a traditional market as you wander through narrow and bustling streets, discovering a plethora of fresh products to browse and enjoy.
  • Book the Paris Food Tour and taste your way through French cuisines with Parisian coffee, chocolate delights, and an assortment of cheese, wine, and meats.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The activity location is 2.3km from the city center, it will take 8 minutes via the Bd de Sébastopol route.
  • By Bus: Take a bus to Via Château D'Eau station which is 260 meters away from the museum. You can reach the activity location from the bus station with a 3 -minute walk.
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Paris Food Tour faqs

Which are the best food items to try in Paris?

  1. Croissants: Paris is famous for its flaky, buttery croissants, which can be found in almost every bakery in the city. It is also include in the Paris food tour.
  2. Baguettes: Parisian baguettes are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, making them the perfect addition to any meal.
  3. Macarons: These colorful, delicate treats are a Parisian specialty and can be found in a variety of flavors.
  4. Escargots: These garlicky snails are a popular French dish and can be found in many restaurants around Paris.
  5. Coq au Vin: This classic French dish is made with chicken cooked in red wine and served with potatoes or rice.
  6. Ratatouille: This vegetarian dish is made with vegetables like eggplant, zucchini, and peppers, cooked in olive oil and seasoned with herbs.
  7. Steak Frites: A classic French dish of steak served with fries, often accompanied by a sauce like béarnaise or pepper.
  8. Onion Soup: A warming and comforting soup made with caramelized onions and topped with melted cheese.
  9. Foie Gras: This delicacy is made from the liver of a duck or goose, and is typically served with bread or crackers.
  10. Crème Brûlée: A classic French dessert made with vanilla custard and topped with caramelized sugar.

What are the best cafes in Paris?

  1. Café de Flore: One of the most famous cafes in Paris, Café de Flore has been around since the 1880s and is known for its history and intellectual atmosphere.
  2. Les Deux Magots: Another iconic Parisian cafe, Les Deux Magots was once frequented by famous writers and artists like Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso.
  3. La Palette: This charming cafe has a bohemian atmosphere and is located in the heart of the artistic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood.
  4. Angelina: Known for its delicious hot chocolate, Angelina is a classic Parisian cafe that has been around since 1903.
  5. Le Consulat: This picturesque cafe is located in the trendy Montmartre neighborhood and is known for its outdoor seating and charming atmosphere.
  6. Café Kitsuné: A stylish and modern cafe with a Japanese twist, Café Kitsuné serves up coffee and pastries in a trendy setting.

Which are the best restaurants to try out in Paris?

  1. Le Jules Verne - located on the Eiffel Tower, this Michelin-starred restaurant offers stunning views of the city alongside its exquisite French cuisine.
  2. L'Ambroisie - this three Michelin-starred restaurant is known for its classic French dishes, served in a charming 17th-century setting.
  3. Le Comptoir du Relais - a popular bistro in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood, known for its relaxed atmosphere and delicious French comfort food.
  4. Septime - a modern French restaurant that offers creative and innovative cuisine, with a focus on seasonal ingredients.
  5. Chez L'Ami Jean - a Basque-style bistro in the 7th arrondissement, known for its hearty portions and lively atmosphere.
  6. Les Papilles - a small, cozy restaurant in the Latin Quarter that serves a daily changing set menu of French dishes, accompanied by an excellent selection of wine.
  7. Frenchie - a popular spot in the trendy Sentier neighborhood, known for its modern French cuisine and stylish decor.

What is the best time to visit Paris?

The best time to visit Paris is during the spring (April to June) or fall (September to November) when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. The summer months can be crowded and hot, while winter can be cold and rainy.

What is the best way to reach Paris?

  1. By Air: Paris has two major international airports, Charles de Gaulle and Orly, which are well connected to most major cities in the world.
  2. By train: Paris has excellent rail connections with other major European cities via high-speed trains such as the Eurostar and Thalys. The Gare du Nord is the main train station in Paris for international connections.
  3. By bus: Bus services are available from most European cities to Paris, and it can be a cost-effective option for budget travelers.
  4. By car: Driving to Paris can be a convenient option if you are coming from nearby cities or countries. However, be aware of traffic congestion and parking issues in the city.

Can I get to taste croissants in our Paris food tour?

In Paris food tour, you will get the opportunity to sample some of the best croissants in town. Head to popular bakeries like Du Pain et des Idées, Blé Sucré, and La Pâtisserie Cyril Lignac to indulge in these buttery French pastries that are sure to leave you wanting more.

What is a typical French breakfast in Paris?

A typical French breakfast in Paris usually includes a croissant or pain au chocolat, a baguette with butter and jam, a bowl of café au lait, and sometimes orange juice.

What is a typical French dessert that I should try in Paris?

A typical French dessert that you should try in Paris is tarte Tatin, which is a caramelized apple tart.

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