Falafel is the most common, delicious and inexpensive snack you can find in Paris. Apart from this, you can also choose hamburgers and all kinds of burgers.
Crepe shops, which are common on every street, also offer a rich selection of snacks. I suggest you taste different crepes with a thousand and one flavors, sweet or savory.
Croissant is actually a delicious snack, but you can enjoy it more if you prefer it for breakfast or afternoon tea.Main Dishes: It is possible to find many dishes specific to Turkish, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Middle Eastern and of course French cuisine in Paris. However, if I have to suggest options that are close to our taste, onion soup that is famous all over the world, Steak Frites grilled steak served with vegetables, Ratatouille, a vegetable dish, Confit de Canard is one of the most delicious examples of French cuisine you can find in Paris for those who love or are curious about duck meat.
Desserts: Paris is one of the best addresses when it comes to desserts. Souffle and Creme Brulee, which it brought to the world cuisine, are the biggest proof of this.
I definitely recommend you to try these two desserts on your trip to Paris. For slightly more unusual dessert alternatives, Iles Flottantes, Clafoutis or Madeleines candies are perfect.
Paris is a city that offers its guests different experiences in different regions, just as in accommodation.For example, Bastille, the first region that comes to mind when it comes to nightlife; With venues such as Barrio Latina, Buddha Bar and Duplex, it appeals more to the young population.
Quartier Latin and Saint Germain de Pres are leading entertainment opportunities for intellectuals as well as similarly styled audiences.
If your budget for entertainment is large, you can use your right of choice for luxury venues such as Quenn Club, Le Club 79, Black Calavagos in the Champs-Elysées. The only thing you need to pay attention to before going to the venues on the Champagne Street is your style of dressing. Because, due to the strict dress code applied in venues in this part of the city, not everyone can enter.
The main theme of Pigalle, another area of the city that stands out with its entertainment opportunities, is based on sexuality. The area, where the Paris Eroticism Museum is located, is also home to the world-renowned cabaret of Paris, the Moulin Rouge.
Founded in 1889 by Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler, Moulin Rouge performs in a building that the viewer will never forget. In the cabaret, where lunch matinees are held on some days, different programs are only offered in the style of shows and dinner shows.