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An exotic trip without leaving paris – Part 1

One of the most fascinating things about Paris is that you come across people from all over the world. If you’re curious, like good food and want to try new flavours, this post is perfect for you!
Forget about fast-food restaurants or chain restaurant. You definitely won’t regret it!

Where can you eat good food in Paris?

Want to taste authentic Indian food ? You’ll find the perfect restaurant near the Passage Brady.
You’d better know you’ll be mobbed by what we commonly call “attrappe-clients” (people looking for customers). But this is all part of the traditional Indian culture.
New Calcutta, passage Brady, 75010 Paris: Prices are very affordable. Everything smells amazing and the cheese naan and garlic bread are addictive.
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You could also check out this amazing Brazilian restaurant, which is also open on Sundays: Monde du Brésil, 52 avenue Edouard Vaillant, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Just amazing! Here there’s brunch, an all-you-can-eat buffets and upbeat Brazilian music.
Feel like trying Ethiopian food ?
Le Negus Restaurant Ethiopien, 52 rue de Montreuil, 75011 Paris
Don’t miss out on this amazing restaurant. Share a meal with friends, served on a huge platter to share together, and enjoy the dishes with traditional injera bread. We recommend the Ye Wesser.
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Chinese food ?
Forget about the bad food they serve in shabby Chinese buffets/restaurants. No Cantonese fried rice, spring rolls at Le Pont de Sichuan, 86 rue de Richelieu, 75002 Paris. They offer high quality dishes such as: Squid with zucchini, spicy beef/lamb stew, soups…
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So where can you find French Pastry in Paris?

French food/gastronomy? Please, we’re in France!
Visit any bakery, even the one just round the corner!
Try a traditional French ‘baguette’ fresh out of the oven, French-style sourdough called ‘Pain de Campagne’ or walnut bread… There are also sandwiches, savory pastries, sweet pastries, tarts, cakes….
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La fourmi Ailée, 8 rue de Fouarre, 75005 Paris: fresh and delicious
L’été en pente douce, 23 Rue Muller, 75018 Paris: just at the foot of Montmartre
If you’re still feel adventurous, check out our article on where to eat African food in Paris? N’hesitez pas à lire notre article avant de partir en promenade !