Want to enjoy the best food, but feel inhibited by your budget? Dining out can add up, and while you're on vacation you obviously don't want to cook. Rest assured that there are many great moderately priced restaurants in Paris. After all, tasty food doesn't have to be pricey. Take a look below at our list of some of the best options we've compiled.
Au due de Montmorency
Located on 46 rue de Montmorency, 3rd arrondissement, is the Au due de Montmorency. This little market style bistro is famous for it’s freshly prepared tasty salads, good wines and yummy plats du jour. Meals, which include a set menu and a glass of wine, are priced at around $20. If you’re in a mood for something light and opt for plat du jour, you can have a delicious meal for around $12.
At Chez Gladines, you can buy French Basque meals for around $15. The place, situated at 44, Boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris, has a relaxed and cheery ambiance with a rustic appeal.
Some of the dishes that you should try here are potatoes with Cantal cheese and ham, and of course, the fresh salads.
However, keep in mind that this restaurant accepts neither credit cards nor reservations. So, if you are visiting here, make sure you come early and carry cash with you.
If your idea of a satisfying three-course French meal includes potato salad, pepper steak, herring, crème caramel, and salads – all for about $15 to $20 – visit Chez Stella. Simple flavorful dishes served by affable staff are going to make you feel happy and satisfied.
This restaurant is located near Opera Garnier at 3 Rue Therese, 1st arrondissement.
Just keep in mind that this restaurant has a strict no-smoking rule. Remember to make reservations before you visit because this charming place is always crowded.
Chez Germaine is a lovely little romantic place with just twenty five seats. One of the oldest bistros in Paris, Chez Germaine offers traditional French cuisine of excellent quality. It is nestled at 30 rue Pierre Leroux, near the Bon Marche departmental store.
Try homemade terrines, grillades and chocolat and papillon desserts here. You can have a sumptuous meal within just $15. The good thing about this bistro is that the prices of meals do not increase in the evenings, unlike several other eateries in Paris.
Enjoy Your Trip (And Food)
Any one of these restaurants is the perfect companion to the unforgettable experience of the Paris tours offered by City Wonders. Your senses will never be the same!