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8 Eateries in the Culinary Capital Worth the Bite

Paris is famous for its cuisine, and if you are a foodie looking to eat your way through the city make sure you keep reading for the culinary capital's latest mouthwatering offerings.

Step into the rosy Giorgio for delicious Italian food. The photo-ready décor is what Instagram feeds are built on so expect a lot of admiration of the ambiance as well as the dishes before your taste buds are given the pleasure of sampling creamy burrata cheese, crunchy arancini balls and Neapolitan pizza.

Guy Martin's latest table La Mère Lachaise is an ode to bistro dining with the French chef serving up modern French cuisine that tantalises the palate. Try the croustillant de chèvre et miel, a golden delight with goat cheese wrapped in crispy pastry and drizzled with honey, or perhaps choose the cheeseburger served with roasted potatoes.

In France wine is to French as green juice is to Cali girls, and that is why when visiting the French capital a visit to a wine bar is a must and on top of our list is La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels. The bar is famous for its selection of natural wines with drops from Bordeaux and Burgundy by way of Reims for real French champagne. The bar also serves a delicious tapas menu to be enjoyed with every glass of vin.

Is there anything more magical than dining from the city's most iconic landmark? From the first floor of the Eiffel Tower take your seat at Madame Brasserie, the new restaurant where chef Thierry Marx brings his refined tastes to every dish. From breakfast to dinner this is a wonderful address to take in the City of Love while feasting on French cuisine including snails.

Paris's love affair with American street food is still alive and well, kicking the jambon-beurre sandwich to the kerb to make room for meatball subs. Sonny's Deli is the latest eatery to serve up American favourites including a hearty meatball parm oozing with melted cheese and tomato sauce.

Delighting the eyes, the design aesthetic of Poggi Cup is cheerful and inviting. The casual restaurant serves everything in a cup, from your entrée to your dessert, everything is layered and easy to eat, especially if you're grabbing your meal to-go to enjoy as you stroll through the city. Try the shepherd's pie-style cup or go for something classic and sweet and order the tiramisu.

Lunching with the arts is made possible with Fabula, the pop-up restaurant at the Musée Carnavalet. The outdoor restaurant surrounds you with intricately manicured gardens in the museum's courtyard while you enjoy modern cuisine served up by chef Thibaut Spiwack. The dishes are perfect for sharing and more importantly marry perfectly with the cocktail menu put together by mixologist extraordinaire, Nico de Soto.

Greek restaurant Filakia is getting in on the street food craze sweeping Paris, walking and eating is a rather new concept to the city that favours long, seated, lunches, with the eatery creating a hearty pita sandwich that will be available for a limited time only. Until the 30th of June, get your hands on the vegetarian souvlaki sandwich filled with fried smoked mozzarella, salad, pickles and drizzled with pesto, and devour it as you walk through the 2nd arrondissement of the city and discover its bustling atmosphere.


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