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Earl of Sandwich

It was in the 1700s that the sandwich was invented and named after the fourth Earl of Sandwich. Today, owned by the 11th earl of this district, Earl of Sandwich has become a worldwide chain of restaurants, famous for their sandwiches. The use of old family recipes, freshly baked bread and freshly-roasted meat ensures that you get some of the most delicious sandwiches you have ever tasted. Other quick and filling dishes like salads, wraps, soups and breakfast bagels are also served here. You can come in for a quick bite to eat at this particular branch while exploring Disneyland.

Auberge d'Chez Eux

A former inn from the 18th Century was transformed into this elegant restaurant. Tough the management has changed over the years, Auberge d'Chez Eux has retained its popularity for delectable French cuisine. This restaurant houses a beautiful terrace area, which is a pretty and idyllic dining space in spring and summer. Auberge d'Chez Eux is very popular among politicians. Renowned names like Nicholas Sarkozy, Francois Mitterand, Jaques Chirac, Vladimir Poutine, Bill Clinton and others have graced this place with their presence. You never know whom you might meet!

Chez Gladines

Foodies, penny-savers and extroverts flock to this small, quirky and constantly crowded address near the Place d'Italie. Once seated (and often in close quarters), you will have a myriad of incredibly affordable Basque dishes and hearty salads to choose from. The incredible Alsacian veal, covered with gratin potatoes and mouth-watering cheese or the duck with roquefort is highly recommended. Don't forget the snails with parsley or the house cassoulet. Whatever your whims, you will be more than satisfied with these stunning, sumptuous selections. The atmosphere is lively and chances are, you will find yourself engrossed in a philosophical conversation with your neighbor. This gem becomes packed, especially on the weekends, so equip yourself with snacks to stave off hunger during a long but worthwhile wait. You will be rewarded. Bring ample cash!

Boutique Yam'Tcha

When the original Yam'Tcha restaurant moved, its space was taken over by this boutique specializing in Taiwanese and Chinese tea and the Asian street food favorite, the bao. The bao is a steamed bun traditionally filled with savory fillings and is a popular snack on the go. Living in Hong Kong for five years, chef Adeline Grattard was inspired by Asian cuisine and decided to fuse French and Chinese fare to create some unique dishes when she returned to her home country. Creative fillings like Amarena with Stilton, Basque pork with Szechuan eggplant, and sweet onion truffle characterize the menu here. You can dine in or take-away your meal.

Cojean Louvre

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.

L'Encrier

If L'Encrier were to exist in the era of Marie Antoinette, then it would have the town crier crying out for its impeccable seasonal cuisine, the charming stone, wood and brick interior, vintage wine selection and lots more. This quaint restaurant with its old worldly charm works wonders for your appetite along with a moderately priced menu. Whenever you are around here, stop by for a handsome deal.

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