Most of the same foods that are available in North America can also be found in Paris. Crepes are a common (and addicting) snack that is inexpensive and available on almost every street corner. One can even say that crepe stands are to Paris as hot dog stands are to Manhattan. Bread and wine are also common snacks. Ham and cheese crepes, croissants, or sandwiches are a common lunch. For dinner, beef, cheesy potatoes, escargot, fondue, and cheese platters are common menu options. However, popular American options such as french fries and pizza are easily found in Paris, as well. There is also no shortage of fast food chains like McDonald's in Paris either. In short, your meals while in Paris can be as authentic or unauthentic to classical French cuisine as you choose to make them.
Well in Paris they really eat nothing much different than what Americans eat. They have fried chicken, Chinese food, Italian food, and much more. It's all kind of like the American cuisine in a way because they have food from different countries. But there are some foods there that are at the high class resteraunts like snail and such. If you are planning on going to Paris i must tell you that Paris isn't what it seems. Its beautiful but there are a lot of smokers, and you get enormous jetlag. I hope i answered your question.
well id like to say french food butttt perhaps it could be German who knows =/ clearly Paris....France.....french.....food among others what do u eat? probably similar things think about it for a minute... The way to ask this question is 'what food is eaten in Paris'. I think any kind of food is eaten in Paris from traditional french food to Mc Donalds (yuck)
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