France Eats

This post will frequently be updated as I post more from my days in France. I think it would be easier to put the food spots all in one post! I’ve also embedded the locations from Google maps in this post. I normally just include the link to spots, but I think maybe including the Google map is much better? Let me know in the comments which you would prefer!

France: Day 1


American Airlines

The first day I had dinner & breakfast on the plane since it was included! I’m glad because I was starving at this point. I haven’t been on a long flight in years, so it took some getting used to.

Little Breizh

The first thing we wanted to do was grab something to eat. Jeremiah was so adamant about eating at Little Breizh because he researched that it was one of the places to try in Paris.
It took a while to get seated & served because it’s a small hole-in-the-wall & there just wasn’t that much seating to begin with. The crepes were good, but I just didn’t like how long it took for the food to come out (more than 20 minutes).

Bistro Romain

We all had dinner at Bistro Romain. Jeremiah walked back to the Arc de Triomphe because he wanted to get a photo of it with the sunset, but he joined us for dinner after getting his photo 😉

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France: Day 2

Eric Kayser

I think France’s “Eric Kayser” is like our Starbucks here in the U.S. I’m so accustomed to Starbucks sweet drinks that I found France’s coffee too bitter for me 😭Jeremiah loved it though. He kept saying that it’s how real coffee is supposed to taste.

Thankfully the Eric Kayser we went to was only a short walk to the next thing on our itinerary, Musee D’Orsay which you can read about here.

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Tabac d’Orsay

We grabbed drinks & sandwiches before heading off to our bus pick-up location to head to Giverny.

Pho 14 Opera

Because I woke up this morning with a sore throat after I was coughed on at The Louvre, I wanted noodles, so we went to Pho 14 Opera. It’s definitely not the same as the pho back here at home 😉 I thought I took a photo of the dinner table, but I guess I forgot 🤷🏽‍♀️
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France: Day 3

La Flottille

Because Marie Antoinette’s Estate didn’t open until 11 AM, we had lunch at La Flottille, which is one of the restaurants outside of the palace.

France: Day 4

Hôtel Jarry Confort

We had a quick bite to eat at the hotel & then we headed to some souvenir shops since it was our last stay in Paris.