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The locals swear by this small food stall for its awesome falafels and shawarma sandwiches. Though it is located in the Old Jewish Quarter known as the falafel street, Chez Hanna seems to stand out from the rest. This is where a native will take you, their 'go to' falafel place. Now who can dispute them. Check it out when you are there for yourself.
When exploring Paris' vibrant Jewish quarter, be sure to stopover for lunch at L'As Du Fallafel. When it comes to the Middle Eastern specialty falafel, this place beats its counterparts in the city as long lines to the eatery testify to its popularity. Crispy chickpea fritters, hummus, salad and fried eggplant are stuffed into a pita bread in generous proportions that make eating it as messy as it is delicious. Seats are also available inside the bustling joint.
A part of the Cojean Restaurants, Cojean Louvre serves high quality French fast food. Conceptualized by Alain Cojean, the first restaurant was opened in 2001. Freshly prepared sandwiches and other items made from organic ingredients are the order of the day as everything is made from scratch daily to retain its freshness and taste. Located in the financial district, Cojean is a convenient place for a quick bite that is affordable as well. This self service restaurant has seasonal sandwiches and salads that are creative and tasty. The open design of the eatery is vibrant as well as trendy. Head to Cojean if you want a quickie meal that is satisfying too.
When you think about burgers, only gooey cheese and meat patties come to mind, till you eat in East Side Burgers. True that the names like basque and Halloween don't divulge the real ingredients in it but then East Side Burgers is an innovative vegetarian burger and fast food restaurant that has become quite popular. This small eatery has taken the burger world to a different level to that of veggie and vegan realms. What seems even more fascinating is that the food is great and the crowd attests this.
Flunch Paris Caulaincourt is part of the fast food chain Flunch and is located near the Place de Clichy. Derived from the words fast and lunch, Flunch is a self service eatery where you have to pay at the cash register and then proceed to the food counter. Don't forget to keep the receipt. There is a separate counter for chicken, fish, grill and vegetables. It is similar to MacDonald and is quiet popular in the neighborhood. Children have a different menu, so indulge on some nice fast food here with your family.