Six stylish street food addresses in Paris: challenges

Six hot spot de street food à découvrir à Paris

Having become an essential part of Parisians’ daily lives, street food has established itself in the capital in recent years with dishes to be enjoyed on the go. A habit that goes back to ancient Greece where the thermopolium, ancestor of modern stalls, already existed. Underrated for many years, street food is now attracting the French by offering increasingly refined recipes. Restaurants have also managed to associate it with increasingly gourmet cuisine, sublimating simple dishes with top quality ingredients. Street food is now the ideal solution for people in a hurry who don’t have time to sit down for lunch. Lobster roll, tacos, croissant sandwich, banh mi… Overview of street food places to discover in Paris. A lobster roll at Homer Lobster Moïse Sfez, a true reference of the lobster roll in France, welcomes its customers to a true New England Lobster Roll Delicatessen. With the aim of reconciling street food with gastronomy, it offers lobster rolls with fresh blue lobster. On the menu, the chef offers “the classic”, consisting of chopped lobster mixed with homemade mayonnaise, and “the Connecticut” consisting of slightly heated lobster and dressed with lemon butter. All his recipes are accompanied by an artisan brioche made by baker Thierry Racoillet. 15 rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris. A Portuguese bread at Papo Direction at Papo, the popular Portuguese street food place in Paris. It is in a sunny and colorful universe that Morgane Thomas and Anissa Martinho welcome their customers in this small Portuguese shop. They revise the traditional Portuguese bread recipe (papo) transforming it into a soft bread. On the menu, crispy chicken with chicken, pulled pork with pork, cod puree with cod fritters and veijoada with beans (vegetarian version). All these recipes are made with fresh products and are accompanied by spices and vegetables. The ideal place for some sun. 217 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75011 Paris. A Taco at El Vecino Head to Mexico at this Parisian Taqueria, a Mexican street food joint that offers 100% homemade cuisine. With their gourmet tacos, they project their customers into the colorful streets of Mexico. A real place to meet, share and live together, the store has a colorful decoration reminiscent of authentic Mexican taquerias. The menu includes chicken, beef and pork tacos, as well as a vegetarian version made with pumpkin. All are accompanied by vegetables, cheeses and spices. Original recipes that can be eaten on the go. 254 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris A banh mi at Hanoi Corner With the aim of sharing and coexistence, this young Vietnamese couple decided to open the first Vietnamese cafe in Paris. With the desire to make people discover their culture, they offer two typical dishes. The bo bun, in the traditional version without nem, and the banh mi, a toasted baguette with a garnish cooked with beef, chicken or pork. All this accompanied by carrots, turnips, cucumbers, coriander and a homemade sauce. They also offer a vegetarian version. In an atmosphere that mixes the Vietnamese street and traditional crafts, this couple offers to travel without leaving their feet in Paris. 7 rue Blanche, 75009 Paris. A wrap at Avocateria Direction Avocateria for a healthy, gourmet break from street food. In this restaurant dedicated to GreenPorn®, a mix of healthy eating and foodporn, Linda and Alex offer recipes to enjoy on the go based on eco-responsible avocados. All are made without butter and without refined sugar. With spicy decor and a warm and welcoming atmosphere, it’s the ideal place for a gourmet getaway. The menu offers savory-sweet variations of burgers, wraps and bowls. The perfect place for avocado lovers. 44 rue du Cairo, 75002 Paris. A croissant sandwich in Capitale Margot Lecarpentier shakes up the codes of French cuisine with her cafe, which is not really. In fact, it doesn’t even have a coffee machine. With vintage and minimalist decor, it welcomes its customers for a bohemian-chic interlude. Original recipes are offered, whether for dishes or drinks such as their famous croissant sandwich, consisting of ham, avocado, cheese, etc. Long considered a disrespect to French cuisine, it is now loved by many Parisians. The perfect place for a little gourmet getaway. 10 rue Pradier, 75010 Paris. A ham and butter sandwich at the Ritz Paris Le Comptoir The Ritz Paris Le Comptoir brings back the legendary ham and butter sandwich, adored by Parisians. Chef François Perret offers his customers a revised version with gourmet flavors. Both elegant and airy, it’s made with puff pastry, Comté mustard and butter and, of course, pickles and ham. The ideal place for a gourmet French getaway. 38 rue Cambon, 75001 Paris.
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