Eating or visiting, that is the question… or not. To bring a gourmet touch to your Parisian visits, many street food addresses spring out in Paris. These restaurants follow but do not resemble each other. So, to sort it all out, we gathered the best of the best so that you can enjoy a perfect meal on the go. Because yes, street food rimes with good taste!
First French food truck specialized in grilled meat, La Brigade now sets up in Paris 11th arrondissement and opens its meat “counter”. On the menu: meats, fresh fries and 100% homemade sauces.
Les Petits Rolls de Paris
Cordons Bleus lovers have found their new place to be! Nestled in Paris 2nd arrondissement, Les Petits Rolls de Paris managed to revisit this major dish we used to eat as children, in the shape of a fried roll, easy to eat in the street. A very warm and friendly restaurant that will delight street-food enthusiasts.
Lobster rolls enthusiasts will now have their taste buds fulfilled thanks to the opening – in early February 2018 – of Homer Lobster, the new gourmet address of Moïse Sfez. An address nestled in Paris 4th arrondissement.
Maison de la Poutine
Quebec specialty par excellence, you can now enjoy poutine in Paris. Head to Maison de la Poutine near Montorgueil, the first spot devoted to this specialty likely to please fries and cheddar lovers!
Simple but effective dish lovers, you’ll love Pokawa. This small address is specialized in pokebowls, rather complete and hearty dishes you can assemble to your liking. Rice, marinated salmon and raw vegetables well-plated in a bow, here’s the key to success.
La Cornetteria is the brand-new counter in Paris 2nd arrondissement offering you to taste cones like in Roma. Crispy triangles skillfully stuffed with Italian flavors, to try asap.
For two months now, a new business has started in rue des Petites Ecuries. Welcome to Pancia, your new place to be devoted to panzerotti, these delicious mini-calzones from southern Italy. We went to taste them for you, follow the guide!
Street Bangkok Canteen
A Thai restaurant but street-food style that is fun and trendy? We rush to Bastille to discover Street Bangkok Canteen & Bar, this new address smells spices, tender meats and cocktails that shake up taste buds.
Shandika is this new address that will have your taste buds travel. This Sri Lankan street food restaurant has just opened in Paris in the Montorgueil area and it aims at making you discover a cuisine that’s still unknown.
Osè African Cuisine
Today, you can try African cuisine without locking yourself up in a greasy spoon. Osè African Cuisine makes African cuisine flavors accessible to all. Whether you like spicy food or not, go for it, leave your habits away. Gluten-free and 100% Halal, the concept is delighting.
What if we treat ourselves with a beautiful immersion in the land of the Mayas? How about living an incredible culinary getaway in Mexico without leaving Paris? If you’re in, head to the Marais neighborhood and push the doors of Chilam Gastrobar to discover its delicious tacos, acclaimed by the well-considered connoisseurs!
Hank Burger is one of these addresses you should know in Paris. Every day, it pleases vegetarians and curious eaters by treating them with very flavorful burgers.
Jah Jah by Le Tricycle serves vegan cuisine but not only. You can also taste Jamaican flavors matching the two Rastafari founders, Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Gomis.
East Side Burger
East Side Burgers is one of the best addresses for vegans and vegetarians. Here, you can taste burgers made with love and 100% vegan. The whole is to be experienced in an American atmosphere.