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Dining and drinking during your stay in Paris


Wherever your apartment in Paris is located, great French cuisine and food from all over the world are sure to be close at hand!  Take time during your stay in Paris to learn to recognize the good restaurants among the tourist traps, particularly those of the Champs Elysées or Montmartre.  Living in an apartment in Paris allows you to become your own chef: on the Left Bank and the most popular areas of the Right Bank you’ll find supermarkets galore. Venture out from your apartment in Paris and make the most of your stay in Paris by sampling the delights of the numerous bakeries, butcher's shops, delicatessens and grocery stores.  These, together with the capital’s many street markets, give Paris a village feel.  Of course, no stay in Paris would be complete without a visit to a café, whether to sip coffee at a table, stand at the counter and have a drink, or a sandwich, for a few cents less, or to gossip late into the night at one of the cafes traditionally owned by North Africans.


Baguette bread: €0,70
Vegetables: from €1 to €10 by kilo
Rice and noodles: from €1 to €4 by kilo
Meat: from €10 to €30 by kilo

If you prefer to stay home in your apartment in Paris but still want to enjoy some French gastronomy, why not order some ready-cooked specialities from a "traîteur" (caterer), warm them up and light those candles...

Espresso: from around €1.50 to over €4
Beer: from around €1.50 to around €5
Wine by the glass: from around €3 to around €8
In cafés, prices often vary depending on the district and the surroundings: sunny, outdoor locations often mean premium prices…
You’ll be charged lower prices if you drink at the counter instead of taking a seat.

Gourmet dinner in deluxe French restaurant: from €50 to €250
Traditional brasserie menu: from €20 to €40
Pizzeria or Chinese food: from €15 to €30
Some cafés offer great value-for-money lunch menus for under €10.
No sales tax added. Value added tax always included.

Service is included everywhere but one may leave a tip (arround 5-10% of the bill).

(Prices are indicative only and may change.)

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