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EPIC PARIS Food Tour - 11 INCREDIBLE Stops - Best of LE MARAIS

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EPIC PARIS Food Tour - 11 INCREDIBLE Stops - Best of LE MARAIS

Discover 11 TOP TASTES in Paris! Chocolate, croissants, macarons, wine, French onion soup, French bread, French coffee, steak tartare, galettes, pastis and more! Beware - this is EPIC! And it also includes stops from our Devour Tours Paris food tour! Venga, let’s go! ????

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Paris is one of the most magical cities in the world! But man, it can be tough figuring out where to eat and drink like a local. It’s a city that is so popular with tourists - and that means there is an overwhelming choice of places and a fair few tourist traps to avoid!

So to celebrate our fantastic Ultimate Paris Food Tour I teamed up with our local Devour Paris expert Jess Timmins to take you to 11 places where to you can try some of the must-try tastes in this incredible city.

We focused our food tour in Le Marais district, which is a gorgeous historic part of Paris with lots of family-run business and beautiful winding streets, some of which are as they were centuries ago.

In this video we hit 11 establishments, lots of them family-run businesses. And many of them actual places we visit on our food tour.

So where did we go to eat the best food in Le Marais... and what did we try?

1. Caractère de Cochon - Paris’ best jambon-buerre sandwhich
2. Jean-Paul Hévin - Paris' best macarons and chocolate
3. Tout Autour du Pain - mind-blowing croissant and pain au chocolate
4. Grand Cafe Tortoni - gorgeous coffee shop!
5. Poilâne - famous bakery and French bread how it used to be made
6. Chez Alain Miam Miam - an incredible galette au beurre salé
7. Au Petit Fer a Cheval - pastis for a little aperitif
8. A La Villa de Rodez - a selection of delicious French cheeses and cured meats (saucission)
9. Les Philosophes - lovely bistro for excellent steak tartare and French onion soup
10. L’as du Fellafel - Paris’ best falafel, in the Jewish Quarter
11. L’Etiquette - a fabulous little wine shop (where you can also drink wine by the glass)

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Hola, Spain lovers! We're James and Yoly. James is a New Zealander, and Yoly is from Spain. And we both live in Madrid. This channel is all about giving you a local insight into life in Spain, and helping you experience this country like a local when you come to visit (or live!). If that sounds like your kind of thing, bienvenido!

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French Food Tour - 5 Dishes to Try in Paris, France! (Americans Try French Food)

French Food Tour - 5 Dishes to Try in Paris, France! We might be Americans, but we're huge fans of the French culture ???????? So we're super excited to spend the day trying some popular dishes here in Paris, France! Enjoy ????

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€ 9.50 Crepes @ Chez Alain Miam Miam -

€ 18 (for 7) Macarons @ Pierre Hermé -

€ 1.90 Croissant @ Maison Grégoire -

€ 20 Steak tartare // € 9 Onion Soup @ Les Philosophes -

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU'VE ALREADY BEEN TO PARIS (FOOD TRAVEL GUIDE)

What to do when you've already been Paris and seen all the sights? My ALTERNATIVE travel guide to Paris! This travel vlog is for those for looking for things to do in Paris other than sightseeing. This guide is for my people who are in search of the best bistros and must eats in Paris. We're talking the best croissants, crepes, bread and Paris's oldest covered market! This is NOT your typical travel guide. If you're like me and you are in search of the best food in Paris, grab a bottle of wine (seriously) and keep on watching! You're going to France to eat right?

Travel disclaimer: This video was shot previously in Summer 2019 prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Just because we're spending more time at home doesn't mean we can't travel in our minds and dream when we will travel again! Travel back with me to Paris! Ah L'amour….

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Breizh Café (3rd ARR / Le Marais)
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L'as du Fallafel (3rd ARR / Le Marais)
Chez L’Ami Jean (7th ARR)
Du Pain et des Idées (10th ARR)
Blé Sucré (12th ARR)
Robert et Louise (3rd ARR / Le Marais)

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PARIS Travel Guide: Best Things to See, Do & Eat! Episode 1 | Little Grey Box

Travel Well in Paris with our epic travel guide! In Episode 1 we share our historic, boutique hotel in Le Marais as well as must-see museums, iconic sites, and delicious food, an incredible Vespa tour, and essential travel tips! Hopefully, it inspires you to visit Paris and helps you plan your very own adventure too. This is the second video in our #squadSQ series with @Singapore Airlines. In episode 2 ( we visit Montmartre, the Eiffel Tower, and unearth even more the very best things to see, do and eat in the city of love.

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PARIS Eating - Best FRENCH Foods 2018

We had a recent week long vacation in Paris & pretty much ate everything in sight :) While French food is rich, there is so much variety to choose from. From street food or Michelin rated, we tried to do it all.

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Here is a list of many of the places we tried (many are in the Le Marais area since this is where we stayed):

~LE MARAIS: L'as du Fallafel, Chez Hanna, Les Philosophes, Saveurs de Pains, La Droguerie du Marais, Korcarz Bakery
~LATIN QUARTER: L'Oie qui Fume, Chez Kelly, Crepes galore!
~CASUAL: Rue Cler Street Market, Lafayette Galerie Food Court
- FINER DINING: Auguste (1* Michelin), Angelina, Bateaux Parisien Cruise

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The Top 10 things to eat in Paris | WHAT & WHERE to eat, by Paris locals ????????

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#7 Fresh oysters in a typical local market (01:55)
#6 A glass of divine… French wine????(02:31)
#5 Beef bourguignon like grandma makes it (03:07)
#4 Fromage mon amour a.k.a. Find the best French cheese in Paris (03:41)
#3 The REAL French crêpes (04:24)
#2 The must-try French apéro (05:01)
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Best Paris Restaurants for Dinner | Le Marais | Republique | 2020

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Epic Paris Food Tour - Must Eat French Local Food inc. Snails and Frog Legs! [Valkyrie Voyages E02]

Piku eats French food at local spots, cafes and restaurants: French Snails, Frog Legs, French Onion Soup, Salmon Tartare, Croque Monsieur and Creme Brulee. She also tries a Nutella Crepe, Croissant, Pain au Chocolat, Eclair and Macarons.

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1:10 Snails / Escargots - Sacrée Fleur
2:00 Frog's Legs / Cuisses De Grenouille - Sacrée Fleur
2:55 Nutella Crêpe - Happy Caffe
4:23 Croissant - Du Pain Et Des Idées
5:13 Pain Au Chocolat - Du Pain Et Des Idées
6:10 Eclair - Stohrer
6:58 Macaron - Stohrer
8:10 Homemade Onion Soup / Soupe À L'oignon - Bistrot Richelieu
9:20 Croque Monsieur (Norvégien) - Bistrot Richelieu
10:13 Fresh Salmon Tartare / Tartare De Saumon - Bistrot Richelieu
11:16 Crème Brûlée - Bistrot Richelieu

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Perfekt/Perfect - A rarely awarded rating for a flawlessly executed dish that you would happily travel to another country for. Equivalent to a 5 star or 10/10 rating.
Nydelig/Delicious - A sensational, comforting dish that you could eat again and again. Equivalent to a 4.5 star or 9/10 rating.
Godt/Good - A great dish that is worth experiencing once. Equivalent to 4 star or 8/10 rating.
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Withlocals presents ‘Things to do in Le Marais distric, handpicked by locals’
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Explore one of Paris’ most charming neighborhoods, Le Marais, accompanied by knowledgeable locals.

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This is the third video of this special Withlocals Series ‘Withlocals Paris city guide: discover the REAL Paris'. Check it out for loads of local tips and advice for your next trip to Paris.

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Eat Your Way Through a Day in Paris

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The city of lights or the city of indulgent bites? If you want to live the good life and not worry about breaking your diet, there’s no better city to visit than Paris. Welcome to MojoTravels, and In this video, we’re going to lead you through a perfect day of eating in Paris, focusing on iconic delights that you just can’t miss.

Paris is a vast and hugely multicultural city, meaning it’s a glorious place to sample cuisines from around the world, particularly all the varied regions of Africa where France held colonial sway. For this particular list however, we’re going to be focusing on tried-and-true, timeless old-school Parisian classics that you simply can’t leave the city without sampling.

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Epic LISBON Food Tour (9 Delicious Stops!)

Where are the best places to eat in Lisbon? And what are the best things to eat? Piri piri chicken, custard tarts, sardines (fresh and canned), Ginjinha, bifana, port and more in this delicious Lisbon food tour! Venga, let’s go! ????

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Have you been to Lisbon? It’s an incredible food city. And recently we launched our first Devour Tour there - our Tastes & Traditions of Lisbon Food Tour. And to celebrate it, I decided to make a video along with Ellis Dixon, our wonderful local operations manager and Lisbon expert. Get ready, because this Lisbon food tour is delicious!

So, where did we go?

1. Confeitaria Nacional: This place has been open since the early 1800s and it’s a fantastic place to start your day - a bica (espresso) and a pastry surrounded by gorgeous turn-of-the-century decor.

2. Ginjinha Sem Rival: I love this tiny little shop where you can get a bottle of Portugal’s famous cherry liqueur - and also take a shot of it at the bar. This place has been going since 1840!

3. O Trevo: You have to eat a bifana sandwich when you’re in Lisbon. It’s simple, but delicious - stewed pork, and then you douse it in piri piri sauce and yellow mustard. And this was the place Anthony Bourdain visited!

4. Casa Pereira: I love how this old shop smells like coffee, tea and chocolate. And the walls are lined with incredible bottles of port. So if you want to grab a bottle of port while in the city, this is your place!

5. Trobadores: This place is straight out of Game of Thrones. And despite seemingly a little tacky, it’s actually a place locals come to. You can drink mead (fermneted honey) and grill chorizo sausage right at your table!

6. Bonjardim: Piri piri chicken is famous, and if you’re going to get it in Lisbon (and you should), this is the place! The chicken was so deliciously juicy, and the skin fabulously spicy.

7. O Gaiteiro: I love a good old school restaurant. And in Lisbon these tascas the best spots to order grilled fish: sardines, salt-cold and octopus. O Gaiteiro is a place we visit on Devour’s Lisbon food tour and it’s fantastic - great food, full of local clients.

8. Sol e Pesca: This former fishing shop still looks like… a fishing shop. Apart from the enormous display of canned fish. And please, don’t be afraid of canned fish - it can be absolutely delicious, and this is the place to try it!

9. Manteigaria: Custard tarts are everywhere in Lisbon, but not all custard tarts are created equal. These ones from Manteigaria have a wonderfully crispy and flaky pastry, and custard is like delicious molten lava. A plus, you can watch them making them through the glass window.

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Hola, Spain lovers! We're James and Yoly. James is a New Zealander, and Yoly is from Spain. And we both live in Madrid. This channel is all about giving you a local insight into life in Spain, and helping you experience this country like a local when you come to visit (or live!). If that sounds like your kind of thing, bienvenido!

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EPIC Madrid Food Tour (10 AMAZING stops)

The TOP 10 dishes in Madrid! Calamari sandwich, hot chocolate, tapas, jamón, vermouth, secret nun’s cookies and more! This is the delicious Madrid food tour I give to my friends when they visit! Beware - it's EPIC! **UPDATE** Cerveriz has closed for retirement ???? Venga, let's go! ????

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Madrid has amazing food.. there I said it! Often when people think of Madrid they think of museums and art and maybe a trip to Toledo. But trust me, this city has an incredible food scene that is less touristy and more underground compared to some other cities in Spain. So, I wanted to make this Madrid food guide so that you can enjoy it like a true local!

Today I take you to 10 of my favourite places to eat 10 incredible bites. We start with the best chocolate in the city (melted from actual chocolate) at an over 100-year-old pastry shop. Then we head to a local and hidden family-run joint for the city’s top Spanish omelette (tortilla española) and a beer (caña).

Next up! Vermouth time. We nip across to the San Miguel market for a sweet red vermouth on tap just like the locals do (along with marcona almonds, campo real olives and a local skewer). Then we head to a SECRET STOP. Cloistered nuns who bake cookies in - the cookies are delicious and moreish and the experience is truly one-of-a-kind. As a friend used to say, like doing a drug deal!

OK… getting full. Next stop - jamón… ham! And the good stuff - acorn-fed jamón ibérico in a family-run ham shop. Around the corner we head to an over 100-year-old tapas bar for one of the most delicious tapas in the city - bull tail stew parcel, paired with a Rioja wine.

Next it’s Madrid’s most famous bite - the calamari sandwich. There are so many places that do this, but we head for the best one! And for more seafood, we swing around into the La Latina neighbourhood for the best bacalao in the city, served with a white wine in a place that is a true Madrid rough-and-tumble tapas bar.

And then - tapas. We swing into Casa Toni, a fantastic tapas bar that does brilliant sweetbreads - mollejas - a delicacy in many restaurants around the world, and here deliciously cooked with skill on the griddle.

And finally, dessert … we head to the most famous pastry shop in the city for the napolitana de crema. The perfect sweet end to a fabulous Madrid food tour. Siesta time!

Want to find those secret nun cookies? Head to Calle Codo (near Plaza de la Villa) and where you see the door with the sign Venta de Dulces, ring the top bell. Hours are Mon-Fri 0930-1300 then 16.30 - 18.30.

Here's the list of where we went:
1. El Riojano
2. Cerveriz
3. Mercado San Miguel (La Hora del Vermut was the stall)
4. Nuns
5. Mercado Jamon Iberico
6. Anciano Rey de los Vinos
7. Casa Revuelta
8. La Campana
9. Casa Toni
10. La Mallorquina

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Hola, Spain lovers! We're James and Yoly. James is a New Zealander, and Yoly is from Spain. And we both live in Madrid. This channel is all about giving you a local insight into life in Spain, and helping you experience this country like a local when you come to visit (or live!). If that sounds like your kind of thing, bienvenido!

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French Food: 10 Must Try Dishes in Paris (For Foodies)

10 Must-Try Meals in Paris for foodies and travellers!

What’s up guys, welcome to another video by Goats On The Road. In this video, I’m going to be sharing with you a bit of French food.

My mouth is watering already. This is our pick of the top 10 must-try foods in Paris France.

We just returned from nearly a week in Paris and as foodies, we were blown away by the food here.

While we were in Paris, we met up with a famous chef for a private dinner, we learned about cheeses and wines from professional wine tasters and we sampled pretty much every French dish we could get our hands on in the short time we were there and I can’t wait to share with you our top 10 must-try dishes in the city.

1. Escargot (1:08)

I actually first got into Escargot when we went to Morocco for the first time back in 2011 and they were serving delicious escargot in a pepper broth on the streets. In Paris, it's even better!

2. Pastry (1:51)

From Profiteroles, Macaroons to Pan Ou Chocolate, Croissants and quiche, you really can’t miss the pastry while you’re visiting Paris.

Walking down the streets of the city, you’ll smell bread and pastry baking on many of the street corners and I almost guarantee that you won’t be able to resist tucking into one of the boulangeries to grab a bite.

If you’re heading to Paris, prepare yourself for some serious pastries and desserts. The French do them better than anyone.

3. Cheese & Wine (2:34)

If you’ve been following our blog for a while then you’ll know that Dariece and I love cheese and wine.

If you’re a cheese and wine-lover like us, I recommend checking out the Food and Wine Tasting Tour in an Old Wine Cave.

This is an Airbnb Experience set in a cave in the basement of one of the oldest buildings in Paris.

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4. Beef Bourguignon (3:15)

This hearty beef stew should be on every omnivore's list of foods to try in Paris.

Bœuf à la Bourguignonne is a beef stew braised in red wine, often red Burgundy, and beef stock, generally flavoured with carrots, onions, garlic, and a bouquet garni, and garnished with pearl onions, mushrooms, and bacon.

5. Crepes (3:52)

The crepe is one of those iconic dishes that you really can’t miss while visiting Paris. We actually tried just one on the street and we weren’t too impressed with it, but apparently, Coffee Crepes is a super popular spot to get crepes in the heart of the 1st arrondissement, so next time we go we’ll definitely check those out.

6. Fallafel (4:34)

I know, this is a bit controversial to list falafel on a video about French food, and while this delicious vegetarian wrap may have originated in Egypt over 1000 years ago, a lot of people say that the best falafels on earth are found in Paris.

If you want to get delicious falafel in Paris, just head to Rue des Rosiers in the 3rd and you won’t be disappointed.

7. Duck Confit (5:28)

The duck confit that I had while in Paris was not only one of the best meals I had while in France, it was simply one of the most delicious meals I’ve ever had.

If you’re looking for a great Duck Confit, head to Bistro Vict-wares in the 2nd arrondissement a couple of blocks north of the Louvre museum.

8. Market Food (6:02)

The French still rely heavily on fresh, seasonal produce to create their most prized dishes, so it’s no surprise that Paris still has some of the markets in the world.

One of the largest and liveliest in the city is the Bastille Market. Only open on Sundays and Thursdays from 7am to 3pm, this open-air market is the perfect place to head for lunch and some snacks.

9. French Onion Soup (6:38)

This was one of the things that Dariece promised herself that she had to order while she was in France and actually, we were both surprised at just how delicious a real French Onion Soup can be.

There’s a great little restaurant in the 5th Arrondissement near the Pantheon called La Coup De Torchon that does an excellent French Onion Soup.

Trust me, even if you’re not a big soup lover, you should order a French onion soup while you’re in Paris.

10. Steak & French Fries (7:14)

I guess you can tick two things off your list with this single meal because everyone who visits France obviously has to try French fries and pairing them with a delicious French steak is probably the best way to have them.

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- Fresh vegetarian falafel By: Viktoria Hodos
- Vegetarian healthy food By: Timolina
- Falafel in pita bread By: Karolis Kavolelis
- Onion soup in the ceramic pot cloth-up By: Karpenkov Denis
- Steak with French Fries, parsley and tomatoes By: David P. Smith

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EPIC Barcelona Food Tour (10 AWESOME Stops!)

Discover my TOP 10 places to eat in Barcelona! Chocolate, jamón, tapas, seafood, markets, croissants, bomba, vermouth, cava, patatas bravas, fideuá and more! Beware - this food tour is EPIC! And it also includes stops from our Devour Tours food tours! Venga, let’s go! ????

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Barcelona is an amazing place to eat! But here’s the thing - it can also be hard to eat well in Barcelona because it’s so touristy. There are just so many options, and lots of them literally are tourist traps. But happily there are also so many incredible places to eat and delicious things to taste and drink if you just know where to look.

In this video I take you to 10 of my favourite places to eat 10+ incredible bites. And we visit 3 famous neighbourhoods across the entire video. We go to the Born, the Gothic Quarter and La Barceloneta - three neighbourhoods that you have to visit, and we’ll eat delicious food in each!

And a number of places are places we visit on Devour Tour’s food tours - including our Tastes & Traditions of Barcelona Food Tour and our Tapas, Taverns & History Food Tour

Also, once you’ve watched this, be sure to check out my playlist of Barcelona videos - including my epic 9-stop Barcelona Tapas Crawl.

So, where do we go?
1. Granja Dulcinea for an incredible suizo (chocolate and cream!)
2. Mercado Santa Caterina: We visit Bar Joan for a fry-up breakfast and cava and Antonio Iberics for a fantastic selection of cured meats. Plus, we visit a stall for delicious escalivada.
3. Historic Casa Gispert for a selection of wood-roasted almonds, and chocolate treats
4. Hofmann Pastisseria for an insane marscapone croissant
5. La Campana for delicious turrón and horchata
6. Xarcutería La Pineda for vermouth and a selection of potato chips with Espinaler sauce, cheeses and salt-cured anchovies
7. Bodega La Palma for patatas bravas and red wine
8. Can Paixano for a delicious butifarra sandwich and also a pork loin and cheese sandwhich - all knocked back with their famous cava
9. La Cova Fumada for a bomba (it was invented here!), grilled squid and grilled sardines
10. Can Ramonet for a delicious seafood fideuá and drinking from the porrón!

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Hola, Spain lovers! We're James and Yoly. James is a New Zealander, and Yoly is from Spain. And we both live in Madrid. This channel is all about giving you a local insight into life in Spain, and helping you experience this country like a local when you come to visit (or live!). If that sounds like your kind of thing, bienvenido!

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Paris Food Tour - We eat the best Paris Pastries plus lunch at Bouillon Julien

We're back with a Paris Food Tour. We eat at some of our favorite Paris pastry shops and eat lunch at Bouillon Julien, one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Paris.

We'd like to thank Paris Office Du Tourism for helping to make this video possible.

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We shot this video with some new gear:

A Canon G7X Mark III
This compact camera with a built in microphone jack is a game changer. It's also an underrated still camera.


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Canon 90D
We've always used Canon 10 series cameras for our food photography. The 90D has excellent dynamic range. It's also built like a tank which is great for travel.
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Paris: 5 MUST TRY French Foods

If you're in Paris, there is no shortage of great dining options. In this video, I'm sharing five of my MUST TRY French foods to eat! Plus a bonus recommendation from my husband, too! :)

Exploring the Paris food scene with Devour Tours

We had an amazing experience with Jess from Devour Tours exploring the Paris food scene in Marias. The Ultimate food tour showcases the best in French foods from one of the most traditional neighbourhoods in France.

You will 11 servings of food and wine on this tour as it winds its way through the streets of Paris. Pastries, soups, wines and more for you to taste. This is the 3rd Devour tour we have been on and they always deliver and an amazing experience. Our Guide Jess was both informative and entertaining, which is great when you have kids coming along.

This Paris Food Tour is one to book for your next trip to the French Capital

#1 MOST FAMOUS FRENCH CHEESE SHOP | Taste of France Travel Vlog

In this episode of my tasting France travel vlog, I'm taking you to the #1 MOST FAMOUS French cheese shop, Cheese Importers, which has the most incredible selection of French cheeses, wine and textiles from both Paris and Provence. It is the BEST French cheese experience and fromagerie in the US and you will absolutely be transported to France when visiting the shop. In the video, I will take you into the fromagerie and into the HUGE walk-in cheese cooler where you will see some of the most unique and delicious cheeses from both France and around the world. While in the cooler, you will learn how to shop for cheese and then after, you will see how to assemble the perfect French cheese board. If you're looking for THE BEST fromagerie to visit...this is it! Welcome to Cheese Importers.

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Secret Food Tours: Le Marais

Where to eat and drink in the charming Marais, Paris | Coffee, cocktails and quick bites!

The Marais is one of our favourite neighbourhoods in Paris, but where are the best places to get good coffee, craft cocktails and great food? Here is our guide to 7 amazing places to eat and drink in Le Marais!

1. Breizh Café – for classic crepes!
2. Boot Café – for coffee and pastries - try their banana bread! - and a great Instagram!
3. Resistance - for creative cocktails and a cozy atmosphere.
4. La Caféotheque - for fresh coffee and treats - coffee beans roasted in house!
5. Le Peloton Cafe - for coffee, waffles, arranging a bike tour, and hanging with some ex-pats!
6. Little Red Door - for amazing craft cocktails and a guaranteed great night. Rated one of the 50 best bars in the world!
7. Miznon - for French inspired Israeli comfort food. Mouth watering!

Bonus! Falafels on Rue de Rosiers

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