10 Things To Eat In Paris, According To Locals

Going out for a bite in Paris can be overwhelming in a city where great food is waiting to ambush you around every corner. That’s why the folks over at YouTube travel channel Withlocals decided to ask some native Parisians how they fill their bellies on a daily basis.

Start your day with a croissant at Yann Couvreur, and perhaps lunch at Bouillon Pigalle for some hearty French classics like boeuf bourguignon. Afternoon tea might be found at Restaurant La Mosquée, a hidden Moroccan paradise inside the Grand Mosque of Paris. For some early evening snacking, there’s nothing like fresh oysters at the Marché des Enfants Rouges, followed by wine by the glass at Divvino in the Marais. An apéro on the banks of the Seine (or wherever you please) is always in order, preferably paired with one of France’s 246 different types of cheese.


If you’re not hungry yet, there’s not much more that can be done for you. Catch some more local flair in cities around the world at the Withlocals channel here.