You Won’t Believe the Low Pricetags on These Michelin Star Restaurants in Paris

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France is currently the country with the most Michelin-star restaurants in the world, and many of them are in Paris. While Paris is an expensive city on it’s own, there are still some bargains to be found. If you want a true Michelin-star experience without totally emptying your bank account, check out these Parisian restaurants.

Saturne

This restaurant is the epitome of what it looks like to use the best quality ingredients simply.

Every dish at Saturne is divine, and it’s because of the locally sourced, organic ingredients the chefs work with and bring to life with their cooking.

Though the dishes are artfully plated, you won’t be bogged down by difficult to pronounce dishes and crazy molecular gastronomy. The best part is lunch with a starter, main course, and dessert will only run you 50 euros.

Benoit

If you’re looking for a classic French bistro that’s been around for more than 100 years, you have to go to Benoit.

Everything you find there will transport you to a different time, and it’s such a wonderful way to celebrate old Paris. You’ll find the perfect duck confit and other French classics on their lunch menu, which is a steal at less than 40 euros for a three-course meal.