Foods you have to eat in Paris


The caramel sweets from Jacques Genin and Patrick Roger are merely beyond words as one cannot describe the experience of slow-melting caramel, of pure buttery flavor and texture bound to leave you in a state of trance. Recommended choices of caramel are ginger and natural.

Bordier butter

Butter in Paris is nowhere similar to the butter you get at home. French classic butter, Le Beurre Bordier is fantastic and bound to the foodie in you ecstatic. Such butter is of super smooth texture and rich in delicious buttery flavor. Eating simple dishes such as bread and butter with Bordier butter is ridiculously delicious.

Baguette, pain au chocolat, and pastries

If you have a sweet tooth, then Paris is the right destination to exemplify that. Paris has many of the finest artisan bakeries in the world specializing in baguettes and various sort of creamy, delicious pastries. The baguettes in France are of superior quality which is crisp on the outside and fluffy inside. Pastries, croissants and what not are filled with delicious cream, light as air and melt in your mouth.


Paris is no short of amazing chocolates. Some of the best and world-renowned chocolatiers such as Jacques Genin, Jean Charles Rochoux, Patrick Roger, Frank Kestener, Pierre Marcolini have some of the best combination of dark chocolates, truffles, white chocolate coated in various caramel layers, luscious marshmallows, hazelnuts and more, bound to make your eyes roll over when savoring such chocolaty heavens.

Cheese from Laurent Dubois

If you are going to have cheese, have it from the best in the field. Laurent Dubois in Paris has a designated outlet full of various artisan cheeses of multiple shapes, flavours, and age. At this shop, you are greeted by a cheese consultant to help you determine the best cheese suited for your taste buds.

L’avant Comptoir wine bar

L’avant Comptoir is one place you cannot miss out when you’re in Paris. The restaurant offers some of the best natural wine brews served along with lip-smacking side dishes. The restaurant and bar serve delicious food with a unique atmosphere to it.


Although you get macarons almost everywhere else, the macarons you get in Paris are just out of this world. The macarons here are a bit hard on the exterior and incredibly mushy and soft inside accompanied by a sweet and mouth-watering filling of ganache, jam or buttercream. Savoring French made macarons is going to leave a permanent sensation in your taste buds.