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Thanks to the affordability of flights, Paris has become one of the most popular weekend break cities for Irish people.

And what's not to love? Divine food, beautiful architecture and Renaissance stylings mark the city as one of Europe's most striking.

There are a few tourist traps that everyone falls in to on a Paris trip, but we've rounded up some of the city's hidden gems that you need to visit, away from the typical sight seeing. 

6. Marché Saint-Quentin, 85 bis boulevard Magenta

Paris has many hidden markets, and Saint-Quentin food market is a complete smorgasbord of French food and drink. 

It is the perfect place to find high-quality food items to bring home as gifts, or even to purchase the fine ingredients needed to create your own recipe while visiting. 

The market is covered, so rain or shine, the vendors are there flogging their wares. 


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There are also a number of instant food vendors, who have little seating areas where you can relax and enjoy their tasty treats. 

5. Parc Monceau,  Boulevard de Courcelles

This divine park is one of the city's many beautiful, natural areas.

The park has extensive water features, and is a home to swans and ducks all year round.


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Saoirse Ronan is our red carpet queen. The Little Women actress always manages to stand out in a unique and classy way when it comes to her style.

She wowed us at the 2018 Oscars in a beautiful pastel pink Calvin Klein by Appointment dress and left us speechless when she arrived at this year’s Met Gala in that sequin Gucci gown.

The Brooklyn actress debuted one of her best looks at last night’s Paris premiere of Little Women.


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The 25-year-old wore a lace gown by Galvan London for the premiere and we’re just obsessed with it.

Saoirse’s red and lilac coloured dress featured a floral print, high neck and capped sleeves.


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The Oscar nominee opted for a bold makeup look that complimented her stunning dress. The red lip and lilac eyeshadow go perfectly together, but we can’t help but feel like we’d look like we escaped the circus if we even attempted the look.

Saoirse was joined by her Little Women co-stars Florence Pugh, Timothée Chalamet, Louis Garrel and director Greta Gerwig at the premiere. 


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The actress, who stars as Jo March, in Little Women has received high praise for her portrayal as the protagonist in the beloved Louisa May Alcott story. 

Saoirse recently received a Best Actress nomination for the 2020 Golden Globes and there have also been whispers of an Oscar nod for the Irish star and rightly so. The actress was made to play Jo March.


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Little Women lands in cinemas on December 26.


Well, well, well; those snakes have officially been BANISHED. That's right…Taylor Swift is back with a phantasmagorial bang.

Her new pastel-themed tune is called ME! and it's a beauty, as well as featuring the great Brendan Urie from Panic! At The Disco. 

Rumours are flying that ME! was supposed to actually precede Reputation, but when sh*t went down with the media regarding the Kardashians and Kanye West, she decided to show her dark side first.


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Our pal Taylor has been dropping hints for weeks about her latest musical endeavour, and the pastel colours hint at a return to her 1989 roots. 

Fresh from her Time100 success, Swift's return show's yet another streak for mastering her personal marketing brand. 

The video is adorable, and features a Parisian aesthetic with the pop star even speaking French at one point. Très bien henny. There's also a nod to Mary Poppins in there too, randomly.

The gal loves Easter eggs, and there's plenty of hidden meanings in the Dave Meyers-directed video.


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One thing's for sure…TS7 is going to be MAJOR.

Here are Twitter's most outrageous reactions to TayTay's new music video:

1. Fans have been #attacked.

2. Brendan Urie in suspenders

3. Spread the rainbow

4. This detective discovered a possible feature from the album;

5. Is she ENGAGED? Also we adore her kitty's cameos.

6. Her kitty fam possibly  just expanded

7. She has resurrected from the dead:

8. She's certainly changed her colour palette…

9. Reputation was dropping hints left, right and centre b*tches!

10. Swifties are incapable of remaining calm:

11. Is Taylor supporting Brie Larson's Unicorn Store?

12. She damn switched the light on:

13. Applicable to group projects, we think:

14. Her fans would die for her, but Instagram ain't having ih…

15. The feels are a little strong, to say the least:

At the moment, Taylor is currently on track to break the record for fastest music video to reach 100 million views on YouTube, after Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next and BTS' Boy With Luv.

It's surpassed 13 million views in just three hours, which is phenomenal.

Without further ado, here's Taylor's new video. Indulge in it, if you haven't already seen it. If you've already seen it, watch it again. It's worth it.

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If you have ever taken a turn around the city of lights, you have undoubtedly experienced the hustle and bustle of the iconic tourist spots that Paris has to offer.

From the gothic turrets of the Notre Dame, to the industrial but elegant aesthetic of the Eiffel Tower, and from the challenging ascension up the steps of Montmartre’s Sacre Coeur to the powerful silhouette of the L’Arc de Triumph – Paris has so much to give to Francophiles and enthusiastic backpackers alike.

However, if you have been to Paris before and are returning, or simply are not interested in falling into a tourist trap, you may want to consider some less well known but still stunning spots to visit.

On the cusp of my sixth trip to the French capital, having being pointed in the right direction by Parisian inhabitants many times – I thought it was only right to share the ultimate casual to-so list in the city that will have to picking up some authentic macaroons and a true sense of Paris nightlife rather than a bunch of Eiffel Tower keyrings.


When in Montmartre, it is generally assumed that your singular goal is to hike the 300 steps up the hill’s summit to visit the Scare Coeur. However, beyond the stalls of tourist tat and glorious view from the top, is a whole Parisian district to explore.

You can pop in to the wall of love – an art exhibition featuring the phrase ‘I love you’ in every known language – before grabbing a coffee and getting lost among the hilly cobbled streets, filled with some of the most beautiful Parisian and mixed-influence architecture the city has to offer, stopping along the way to admire street performers, the street art, and the many small parks and gardens.

Brunch opportunities are endless, so select your ideal people watching spot before chowing down on the traditional hipster offerings of avo and eggs with a distinctly  French attitude to what time you’d like to order your first glass of wine.


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Bar hopping in Pigalle

Pigalle has a bit of a bad reputation, but it’s a well-known fact that some of the best bars are situated in the area.

On my last excursion, we ventured to an unexpected little bar by the questionable name of Dirty Dick. Hidden down a side street off Boulevard de Clichy behind a blank, black façade, the door opens and you are enveloped in a surprising Polynesian, tiki bar atmosphere.

Extremely tourist friendly, the bar boasts some serious cocktails, including huge share cauldrons in volcanic shapes, brought to your table and lit aflame by the extremely talented bar staff. The prices are reasonable for Paris, with one XXL cocktail setting you back a minimum of €36.00 – but it serves four.  The atmosphere is cosy, with patrons sharing tables and floor space with a side view of the constant flame throwing at the bar, as many cocktails require a hint of volcanism.

Just hold on to your handbag on the way out to the next spot (try Mini Pong for more exceptional cocktails), and try to avoid the Moulin Rouge area if you want to keep away from other tourists.


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Pink Mammas

While it may seem sinful to stray from French bistro cuisine while in the French capital, I implore you to spare a meal for Pink Mammas. Located in Pigalle, the striking pink-tiled building is unmissable for both it’s choice of décor and its foodie offerings.

The restaurant is famous for its truffle pasta – and I have to encourage you to give it a try. Creamy, savoury and exceptionally fresh, it’s the kind of meal you will still be craving many weeks later. If you have a party of four who are all ordering the same pasta dish, they will bring it in the hot copper pot straight from the kitchen, so you can divvy out your own servings.

I recommend starting with a burrata before moving on to the truffle pasta, all washed down with one of their signature cocktails or a glass of vino. The décor features walls heavily laden with 18th and 19th century paintings, as well as countless fascinating and oversized glass jars filled with pickled fruits, stacked on what must be the sturdiest shelves in all of Paris. The restaurant does not take reservations, so I recommend going at 11.30am to queue and devouring an early lunch there at noon when it opens. 


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Paris Opera House

Rich in history, the Paris Opera House is a great pit stop on the way to the Louvre if you’re in that area. While it’s still a tourist hot spot, if you go early in the morning you can get some stunning Instagram pictures while taking in the baroque architecture.

The Opera House does internal tours, but if you’re pressed for time the exterior will do – it’s complete with marbled columns and white stone statues mounted on the façade. A 10 minute stroll away is Angelinas, the extremely popular pastry and tea house.

Grab yourself a few macaroons, a Montblanc and a coffee to go from the gorgeously pink and girly pastry mecca – or one of their amazing hot chocolates which is essentially just a cup of melted chocolate might I add – and cross the road to the Jardin des Tuileries. A quintessential Parisian park, cross over the tennis courts to sit and survey the ducks in one of the garden’s many huge fountains.


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Palais de Tokyo

This extremely popular museum often has pop up art and fashion exhibitions – but between showcases, the beautiful building is surreally transformed into a skateboarding teen’s paradise. Walking up, you can hear the highly recognisable scraping of fibreglass boards – but I don’t venture there to watch the kickflips.

The museum acts as a perfect viewing platform for the Eiffel Tower, without going through the hassle of fighting the crowd, the souvenir sellers and the dance performers at the official Eiffel Tower ground zero.

There are a number of spots where you can see the Tower in it’s entirety, and a selection of low walls to pose on for your souvenir snaps.


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Jennifer Lawrence has been absolutely loved UP with art dealer Cooke Maroney for almost a year, and her publicist announced the pair's engagement earlier this month.

We're delighted for the 28-year-old Oscar winning actress, but we're really just DYING to see the ring. J-Law has been photographed with it multiple times since the proposal, but today is the first time a high-resolution snap has been taken of the ring.

From grainy, distance pictures to a crystal clear image, we have Dior to thank for it. Lawrence was announced as the face of the brand seven years ago, and she appeared at their Paris Fashion Week show today sporting the dazzling rock on her finger.


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The actress attended the Fall/Winter 2019 Dior presentation alongside famous faces like Cara Delevigne and Karlie Kloss, and showed off her new accessory.

Maroney's ring is minimal in design, with a large emerald-cut diamond hanging off the platinum band. It's arguably a more modern take on a classic combo, as the stone isnit centred on the band.

Lawrence wore the ring with a tailored A-line short dress and plaid heels for the event, and the ring is speculated to cost around $200,000. It's roughly four to five carats, so Maroney didn't come to play.


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Andrew Fox, President of SuperJeweler.com, gave ELLE the lowest carat estimate for the engagement ring;

"Jennifer's ring, which is surprisingly modest, appears to be a three-to-four carat emerald shape diamond," he said. "While I'm certain that it's of very fine colour and clarity, Cooke Maroney most likely paid over $200,000." WOWZA.

She was first spotted wearing it while the couple were on a date in New York City at Raoul's in early February. "It was a giant rock," as a witness quoted at the time. "They seemed like they were celebrating and people were talking about it. The ring was very noticeable.” I mean, it's huge, so it's hard not to notice.


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Lawrence was previously in relationships with Nicholas Hoult, Chris Martin and Mother! director Darren Aonofsky. This is her first engagement, but Lawrence opened up about marriage to Vogue in 2015;

"I can't wait to be married. I feel like if I find that one person who I want to spend the rest of my life with, who I want to be the father of my children, that I would absolutely not f*ck it up."

When asked about bridesmaids by Vanity Fair in 2016, interestingly she said; "Weddings rock, but… there needs to be a bridesmaids' union. It's horrendous… If I do ever get married, I don't think I will have bridesmaids. How can I rank my friends?"

We can't WAIT for this wedding, it's sure to be a big celebrity bash with many a famous face.

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Chris Brown has attracted more drama with his latest stunt, following weeks of media attention.

The singer has launched a line of t-shirts with the tagline 'This B*tch Lyin' after he was released without charge following a rape accusation in Paris last week.

He was arrested after a horrific rape allegation was made against him and his bodyguard, and spent 24 hours in custody after a woman claimed she was raped four times in his hotel room.


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It appears he has now turned to gloat by selling t-shirts with his slogan, which he wrote on his Instagram following his release.

The alleged victim revealed so-called 'details' of what she described as a violent assault. Identified only as 'Karima', the accuser said the R&B singer assaulted her in his hotel, and then his entourage members continued the attack.

After being questioned by police, Brown was released from custody without any charge, but an investigation is still ongoing. Brown filed a defamation lawsuit against the woman and is seeking criminal action.


Despite the recent rape allegations made against Chris Brown, and his extensive (and proven) history of domestic abuse, gun possession and violence, Justin Bieber has thrown his support behind the rapper.

Brown was arrested in Paris this week on suspicion of rape, but was later released. A French woman alleges that the 29-year-old sexually assaulted her, as well as his bodyguard, after meeting in a nightclub.

Needless to say, the Biebs' fans are P*SSED.

The Loyal singer was released without charge around 10pm on Tuesday, and shared a video of himself at dance rehearsals, which garnered a comment from the Sorry singer that has infuriated music fans.

The 24-year-old newly married star wrote; " No one can touch you ur the GOAT," underneath Brown's video.

Brown called his accuser a b*tch on Instagram, posting an aggressive denial of the charges., and his lawyer has claimed that the singer will be suing her for defamation.

French police are still investigating the event, and the accusers name is unknown at this time.

The woman told police that she met Brown on January 15 at a Parisian club, and he invited her and multiple other women to his hotel. Apparently, later in the evening, she found herself alone in a room with Brown and his bodyguard, and she claimed they both raped her.

Bieber is a longtime friend of the singer, frequently collaborating with him on music despite Brown's arrest for domestic violence against singer Rihanna.


World-renowned footballer Ada Hegerberg had just been crowned the first ever female recipient of the Ballon d'Or award, which essentially is a marker that you are the best player IN THE WORLD btw, when French DJ Martin Solveig put his foot in it.

He created a hugely awkward moment on stage when he asked the gifted player if she could 'twerk', to which she curtly responded with a simple 'No'.

We probably would have responded in a much less classy manner, but that's a testament to how much sexism she has presumably had to deal with as a female footballer.


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The 42-year-old DJ claimed that the Lyon and Norway superstar forward, despite answering "no" – had told him after the ceremony that she "understood it was a joke".

Hegerberg also told BBC Sport she "didn't consider it sexual harassment" after the 23-year-old was recognised as the world's best player in Paris

It was all the more awkward seeing as the footballer's speech was referencing her hopes of inspiring girls to believe in themselves.


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The reaction on social media was swift and furious, with tennis player Andy Murray commenting on the matter; "Another example of the ridiculous sexism that still exists in sport."

"To everyone who thinks people are overreacting and it was just a joke… it wasn't. I've been involved in sport my whole life and the level of sexism is unreal."

Solveig took to Twitter to express his apologies, but claimed that it was a total misunderstanding.

He also uploaded a video, claiming that anyone who has known him for a while is aware of his respect for women, and that it was taken out of context;

We don't quite know what to think of this one.

Do you think the question was out of line, and that Murray is right in saying that sexism still exists in sport?

Or do you think this all blown way out of proportion? 



We all like to believe that slut-shaming is a thing of the past. 

However, an influencer alleged that a Louvre guard shamed her outfit choice and refused her entry into the Parisian landmark. 

Influencer, Newsha Syeh was wearing a black, low cut dress. 


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On Instagram, she captioned the picture of herself in the black dressed: "Picasso would have loved my outfit."

But she detailed her exchange with a guard on her Instagram stories – and what she alleged is disgusting.

"He made the most disgusting and horrible gestures and facial expressions, swore at me to cover up, with hate-filled eyes stopped me from entering. 

"I was heartbroken, because I thought the Louvre enforced this archaic rule. Turns out…it does not," she wrote.


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And Newsha is correct – the Louvre doesn't have a dress code.

The guard felt like it was their responsibility to slut shame her outfit – although it's not in their job description.

Hope wasn't all lost for the influencer's dream of entering the museum – she snapped herself in the Louvre, but this time she was wearing a different outfit.

Now, I have lived and worked in France and I understand that French people usually brand low cut or short items of clothing as "vulgar" – but refusing her entry from the museum is absolutely not on.

You'd think in the fashion capital of the world, you could pull off any type of style – but Newsha's experience proves that archaic restrictions on women's fashion are still alive and well.


Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are one of Hollywood most gorgeous couples so it makes sense that their young son, Silas, is absolutely adorable.

The pair, who have been together since January 2007 and married in October 2012, are parents to only Silas, who turned three in June.

The family recently visited the Louvre in Paris and Jessica revealed in an interview that he was just like every other kid there.

You guessed it…bored. 

According to Us Weekly, Jessica spoke about it when she was on Late Night with Seth Meyers, saying that she had taken the toddler there during Justin's world tour. 


If that pic doesn't say ‘City Of Love’ then I'm out…

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"We're at the Louvre, and we're looking through all of the most incredible old painters and the paintings," Jessica said. 

"I'm like 'Look, look! This is important!'"

Silas, however, was less than impressed and as Jessica explained, more interested in his iPad than looking at priceless pieces of art. 

While her son might not be fascinated by art, Jessica mentioned that other parts of their trip to the City of Lights appealed to him. 

"He now knows what the Eiffel Tower is and that's something that he loves. He wouldn't have these experiences if we weren't able to just get out there and go for it."

The cute snap of Jessica and Silas in Paris was captioned, ''if that pic doesn't say ‘City Of Love’ then I'm out…''

The picture got an outpouring of comments from fans gushing about how gorgeous Silas' curls were to how fast the toddler years go by.

One wrote, ''he is adorable. These moments fly by too fast! Love this pic. Beautiful'' while another said, ''this baby’s hair is more glamorous than mine so I’m jealous. I love this sweet pic! Hold on to him tight and cherish these moments.''

We couldn't agree more – what a sweet family!


In Paris, brunch is usually served only on Sundays and cafes and restaurants tend offer one option including all the food and drinks.

Some places work differently and don't require you to get the whole meal deal so check beforehand if you don't necessarily want to spend 25 quid in one go. 

As you would assume, brunch is quite popular in Paris so queues can be quite frightening if you show up to a trendy place at 1pm on a Sunday. But most of the time, the food is worth the wait! Here is our pick for the best places to go for brunch in Paris.

1. Café Marlette

Prepare yourself for a bit of waiting as Café Marlette is a very popular spot to get a delicious Parisian brunch. Coffee, juice, granola, cheese, ham, eggs, fresh bread, cake… for 25 euros you will be fed for the day (that's if you manage to finish your plate). This café also offers a range of cake mixes that are better than any homemade one so grab a couple boxes while you are there. 


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51 rue des Martyrs, Paris 9 and 63 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 9

2. La Recyclerie

Built from recycled good which makes it look like a Pinterest board, this unique spot is ideal during a sunny day as you can enjoy your brunch plate outside, sitting by some old train tracks that are not in use anymore. La Recyclerie often hosts charity thrift sales at the weekend to the delight of all vintage lovers.


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83 boulevard Ornano, Paris 18

3. Uptown

Located near Montmartre, Uptown serves a gourmet brunch in a lovely casual atmosphere. If you can't make it for brunch, this place also offers delicious small plates for dinner, ideal to share and try some absolutely fabulous French food.

18 rue Francœur, Paris 18

4. Paperboy

This small hipster café is worth a visit almost as much for people watching as for the food. On this menu influenced by American and British cuisines with a healthy twist, everything is delicious, fresh and homemade.


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137 rue Amelot, Paris 11

5. Clint

Eggs, burgers, salads, homemade cakes, waffles, milkshakes… It will be hard to chose what to order from Clint's tempting brunch menu!   


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174 rue de la Roquette, Paris 11

6. Season

This healthy and trendy spot covers all the most instagrammable food you could think of, from avocado toasts, to pancakes, acai bowls, burgers and salads. So if you fancy a tasty meal that will definitely score a few likes on the gram, you know where to go!


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1 rue Charles François Dupuis, Paris 3

7. Le Trésor

Parisian are usually a bit wary of all-you-can-eat buffets as they tend to be a sign of lower quality. With its scrumptious yet refined food, Le Trésor is an exception to the rule. From croissants to fresh breads, hot dishes, eggs, cold meats, seafood or homemade cakes, you will enjoy the all-you-can-eat policy until the last bite!

8. BüL & bar à cannes

If you feel like a healthy and yummy brunch, BüL is the place to go. This small eatery offers gluten-free and mostly vegetarian options that won't make you feel like you are missing out on anything. 


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20 avenue Trudaine, Paris 9


If you planning a trip to Paris this summer, you are a very lucky person.

Truth is, Paris is a good idea any season of the year, but the summer is a particularly nice time to discover or rediscover the City of Light, as most people are on holidays and the streets are basically empty. Be careful though, some places actually close down for two to three weeks in August.

While travelling to Paris doesn't come cheap, there is so much you can do in the city for free, such as museums, walks or just people watching sitting on a beautiful Parisian bench. 

When it comes to food, Paris is famous for its Michelin star restaurants but there are also plenty of ways to eat cheaply and still having an absolute feast. Here are our favourite picks under a tenner. 

1. A pitta sandwich from L'As du Fallafel

Located in the hip district of Le Marais, this institution has been making the best fallafels since 1979.

L'As du Fallafel, 34 rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris

2. A beef bourguignon in Bouillon Pigalle

This new restaurant offers delicious traditional French dishes (snails, patés, profiteroles…) served in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Try and go early (12pm for lunch, 7pm for dinner) as this place is very popular among Parisians at the moment.  

Bouillon Pigalle, 22 boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris

3. A Margherita pizza in Pizzeria Popolare

This trendy eatery offers a wide variety of pizzas and other mouth-watering delicacies, including a traditional margherita for no more than 5 euros.  


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Pizzeria Popolare, 111 rue Réaumur, 75002 Paris

4. A Kurdish sandwich in Urfa Dürüm

In the busy rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis which boasts numerous cool bars and restaurant, Urfa Dürüm wouldn't necessarily look like the place to be but don't be fooled. This small eatery makes some incredible sandwiches and pizzas for a fraction of a tenner. 

Urfa Dürüm, 56 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris

5. A bo bun in Pho 19

This satisfying Vietnamese dish made of rice noodles, raw crunchy vegetables and spring rolls is so flavourful you might become addicted.

Pho 19, 102-104 Rue de Meaux, 75019 Paris

6. A loaded sandwich from Alain Miam Miam

You might have to wait a while as Alain takes his time to make each sandwich but it is all worth it. When you are finally served, cross the street and go each your sandwich in the Square du Temple, an adorable little park. 


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Chez Alain Miam Miam, Marché des Enfants-Rouges, 75003 Paris

7. Fresh viennoiseries from Du pain et des idées

Croissants, pains au chocolat, escargots… It will be so hard to choose what to get you may as well get one of each.


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Du Pain et des Idées, 34 rue Yves Toudic, 75010 Paris

8. A crêpe from Breizh Café 

Whether you decide to go sweet or savoury, the traditional crêpes and galettes served in this café are as good as they would be in Brittany. 

Crêperie Breizh Café, 109 rue Vieille du Temple, 75003 Paris