4 Delicious Street Food Bites to Try In Paris, France

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Paris is famous for its cafe and food culture. In recent years the French capital has undergone a street food revolution. From crepes to falafel, here are some of the best street food spots in Paris.

 Le Camion Qui Fume

Le Camion Qui Fume, which translates to The Smoking Truck was the very first food truck to open in France back in 2011. It is now a mini-franchise, comprising a few trucks and several brick-and-mortar restaurants. On the menu, you can find classic burgers, and French American fusions like the tartiflette burger made with Reblochon cheese.


The bustling Rue Mouffeyrad area is full of excellent street food spots, but if you have to pick one place, we recommend Oryona (36 Rue Mouffetard), a simple crepe stand painted in light blue. This artfully decorated stand has a wide variety of sweet and savory crepes.

 La Maison de La Poutine

The French Canadian classic Poutine—a hearty plate of fries and cheese curds topped with brown gravy—is somewhat of a novelty in France. Be aware that one serving from Maison de la Poutine may fill you up for an entire day!

 L’as du Falafel

Don’t let the long takeout line at L’as du Falafel (the Ace of Falafel) daunt you. The warm falafel sandwich brimming with spices and sauces is definitely with it. There’s a reason this joint attracts both tourists and locals at all hours of the day and night.