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Foods You Should Not Miss in France

France offers a lot of fun activities that attract tourists all over the world. But they say that if you haven’t tasted one’s local cuisine in the country makes you like you haven’t experience the best travel vacation that you can have. Without further ado, here are the top foods that you shouldn’t miss if you’re planning to visit the City of Love.

Baguette

Baguette- French Bread

French people have given this food a great recognition. In fact, President Emmanuel Macron has called the attention of UNESCO to give French baguette an official recognition. Also, every year Parisian bakers held a competition to find the best baguette in Paris. It is called Grand Prix de la Baguette Tradition Française de la Ville de Paris. It has been running since 1994 and attracts many Parisian bakers. The winner for the competition has a prize worth of €4,000 and has a chance to supply the Elysée Palace for a year.

 

Macarons

Macarons

Pierre Herme reinvented these colorful French pastries with various flavors like Jardin de l’Atlas which consists of lemon, orange blossom, and Corsican honey, and Ispahan which consist of rose, lychee, and raspberry. With its bite-sized and unique taste, Macarons surely brought fame to Paris as it took the world by the storm.

 

Steak Frites

Steak Frites

For high quality grilled steak frites, you can head to one of Paris’ brasseries that serves its meat with various optional sauces and chips. Champeaux is one of the restaurant famed for this dish. You can choose for your own beef, ‘cuisson’ (medium or rare), and sauce (Béarnaise or peppercorn).

 

Cocktail at Bar Hemingway

Cocktail at Hemingway Bar

Inside The Ritz lies the city’s most notable bar that celebrates the life and work of Ernest Hemingway. You can choose their sublime cocktail that is mixed by Colin Field, a British barman, who operates the bar since 1994.

You can try their two signature cocktails – Serendipity and Clean Dirty Martini. The former has a combination of champagne, sugar, ice, and mixed calvados with fresh mint. The latter, on the other hand, offers a unique taste and is known for a frozen cube of olive juice at its center. The ingredients of Clean Dirty Martini doesn’t reveal by Field as he wants their guests to guess the other ingredients.

 

Jacques Genin chocolates

Jacques Genin chocolates

This exquisite and unique flavors can turn the noses and taste buds of chocolate lovers. Jacques Genin definitely made his way by creating this popular chocolate and attracts people all over the world. His sophisticated boutique is near Place de la République.

 

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