When I think of eating in Paris, here's what comes to mind: Crepes, Chocolate, Cassoulet and other french classics. Yet Paris is an international city, and with an abundance of excellent quality produce and meat, it shouldn't be a surprise that "foreign" food is delicious too.
Here's a place worth making a trip across town for. L'as du Fallafel, in the old Jewish neighborhood (the Marais) serves the best fallafel I've eaten outside of Israel. If you happen to arrive during a Jewish holiday, you might hear the sounds of praying, singing, or even dancing spilling out from one of the 2nd floor orthodox synagogues hidden away in this neighborhood.Related Links:
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