Paris is known for being one of the most fashionable, luxurious and romantic cities in the world, and one of the most expensive. Experiencing the culinary delights of Paris doesn’t need to hit your wallet so hard and to make things that much easier (and cheaper), we’ve put together a guide to the best halal-friendly cheap eats in Paris.
5th Avenue House of Hot Dog
The hot dogs at 5th Avenue House of Hot Dog are priced between €5.50 and €6.50. You can create your own hot dog or choose from a range of hot dogs already on the menu. All meat served is halal. Read our review here.
Le Marais is a neighbourhood in Paris that hosts one of the largest Jewish communities in Paris. The area is filled with bookshops, delis, bakeries and restaurants specialising in Jewish culture. Within the area is Rue des Rosiers, a bustling street where one can pick up a quick bite in the form of falafel-filled pita. Most of the restaurants on this street serve this cheap eat for around €5 to €6 (we tried the one at Chez Hanna for €5.50).
Options: €7.80 for a burger and fries, €8.80 for a burger, fries & dessert, €9.80 for a burger, fries, dessert and drink.
Cook’n Saj is one of the most centrally located halal restaurants in Paris. Their Saj Chiche Taouk (€9.60) is a delicious cheap eat filled with organic grilled chicken, grilled peppers, pickles, onions, tomatoes and a garlic sauce. Read our review here.
Le Tricycle is known as one of the best vegan spots in Paris. Serving bowls full of goodness as well as ‘hot dogs’ the food here is filling and not too expensive. The hot dogs are priced at €5 and you can choose from the ‘Nate Dog’, ‘Snoop Dog’, ‘Dogtor Dre’ or ‘Banh Mi Dog’. Read our review here.
Osè African Cuisine
Saravana Bhavan is an international chain of restaurants serving vegetarian Indian food. Their restaurant in Paris is a stone’s throw away from the Gare du Nord. Most of the items on the menu are cheap eats with prices varying between €3 and €15.