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17 Must Eat Foods in Paris

April 23, 2018Halal Gems

There are so many great things to eat in Paris that it would take you weeks to get through everything. To make a foodie trip a bit more doable, we’ve narrowed those foods down to 17 you must try. We do a fair bit of research before visiting any city but sometimes we stumble across some gems which only cost a few euros. You can view them below and as a section on our Paris map.

1. Hot Chocolate at Angelina
Known to some as the best hot chocolate in the world, Angelina is a must-visit. View our full guide to hot chocolates in Paris here.

Angelina
Angelina

2. Escargot Chocolat Pistache from Du Pain et des Idées
Our go-to for a quick morning pick-me-up in Paris.
Du Pain et des Idées
Du Pain et des Idées

3. Croissant Ispahan from Pierre Herme
A variation on the humble croissant from Pierre Herme.
Pierre Herme Paris
Pierre Herme Paris

4. Eclairs from L’eclair de Genie
Made using fish gelatine, all eclairs here are halal and delicious!
L'éclair de génie
L’éclair de génie

5. Financier from Pain Pain
A sweet but yummy pastry – perfect as a stop during a stroll up the hilly streets of Montmartre.
Pain Pain Paris
Pain Pain

6. Choux pastries from Odette
The cutest little pastries – enjoyed best in one of their rooms across the three floors of the store.
Odette Paris
Odette

7. Saint-Honoré Rose Framboise at Ladurée
Almost too pretty to eat! A delicate pastry with light chantilly yet very filling.
Ladurée Paris
Ladurée

8. Speculoos Eclair from Pain Pain
The Speculoos (or Lotus as many of us in the UK like to call it) eclair from Pain Pain is a must try. Be careful though – it’s filled to the brim and may go everywhere when you bite into it!
Pain Pain Paris
Pain Pain

9. Macarons at Piere Herme (or Ladurée)
We couldn’t decide between Pierre Herme and Maison Ladurée so we put in both.
Pierre Herme
Pierre Herme

10. French Onion Soup at Le Petit Gourmet
Halal French onion soup is hard to come by. Le Petit Gourmet serves up a pretty good version.
Le Petit Gourmet
Le Petit Gourmet

11. Mint Tea from the Grand Mosque Cafe
Chill in the cafe of the Grand Mosque with a glass of mint tea and admire the zileej (design on the tiles).
Grand Mosque Cafe Paris
Grand Mosque Cafe

12. Ice Cream at Glace Bachir
Try Lebanese mastic ice cream with a pistachio topping. Served best before or after a trip to the Pompidou Centre (a short walk away).
Glace Bachir Paris
Glace Bachir

13. Hot Chocolate from Jacques Genin
We discovered Jacques Genin on a recent trip and dare we say, it’s better than Angelina. View our full guide to hot chocolates in Paris here.
Jacques Genin
Jacques Genin

14. Falafel from anywhere on Rue des Rosiers
Wander around the centre of the Jewish quarter in Paris and try out a falafel in pita. Featured in our guide to the best cheap eats in Paris.
Falafel
Falafel on Rue des Rosiers

15. Caramel Pancakes at SEASON
Thick and fluffy pancakes surrounded by a pool of caramel sauce. Perfect for brunch.
SEASON Paris
SEASON

16. Bâtonnets de gaufre at La Fabrique Givree
Fresh waffles cut into strips served with a hot Valrhona chocolate dip.
La Fabrique Givrée Paris
La Fabrique Givrée

17. Ice Cream from Berthillon
Known as the best ice cream spot in Paris – who are we to argue?
Click here for our guide to the best halal restaurants in Paris.

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