World-renowned for its french cuisine, art, and a multitude of tourist attractions, Paris is one of the world’s most visited destinations. Hence, the traffic in the city of love drives the price of fine dining extremely high. Here’s a helpful list of the top ten best cheap eats in Paris to keep travelers from breaking their pockets.
1. Urfa Dürüm
Urfa Dürüm is one of the best places that offer cheap delicious food. According to the locals, Urfa Dürüm also sells the best kebab in Paris. Most of the dishes at Urfa are about $10.
2. L'As du Fallafel
L’As du Fallafel has the best falafel in town. They serve falafels with hummus, spicy harissa, and eggplant sided with fries. And of course, the price isn’t too bad for just $7!
3. Breizh Café
Breizh Café is famous for its crepes. You can choose between sweet or savory. Just be prepared to practice patience when you get to the cafe, there will be a line of people waiting to get their hands on one.
4. Frenchie To Go
Frenchie To Go will definitely help you save some euros. They serve all the Parisian street foods and most of it priced under $8.
5. Bistrot Victoires
Bistrot Victoires offers some scrumptious French dishes just for around $10. The most popular dish among the customers is the steak-frites.
6. Chez Gladines
Chez Gladines is another very affordable dining option for travelers. Their dishes are comparatively cheap and they are known to serve large portions.
CheZaline is tiny brick and mortar but has a welcoming atmosphere. The menu offers several dishes like classic ham sandwiches, chicken pot-au-feu, and tortilla-chorizo. Prices start at $7-$8 for a gourmet sandwich while snacks cost around $4-5.
Miznon is well-known for its pita sandwiches. You can customize your pitas with the fillings of your choice. Most of the menu is under $11.
9. Trois Fois plus de Piment
Trois Fois Plus de Piment is one of the hyper trendy and budget-friendly restaurants in Paris. It is quite famous for its savory noodles and dumplings. The dishes only cost from $7-12.
10. Café du Coin
Café du Coin opens at 8am for breakfast and closes late night at 2am. One of their daily specials is called a “pizzette” topped with tomato and mozzarella served with a glass of wine for about $5.