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Paris Best: Ethnic Food

If you want to take a break from all the steak frites and duck confits you’ve been downing in Paris, then consider trying these five ethnic restaurants around the city.

From Middle-Eastern street food to Korean barbecue lunches, these five dining experiences will spice up your trip — and satisfy your palate with these Paris Best ethnic foods:

L’As du Fallafel

L’As du Fallafel is an experience in which you must participate when you come to Paris. The famed fallafel joint, to which Lenny Kravitz is a loyal customer, serves the biggest, juiciest fallafel sandwiches and salads you’ll, quite possibly, ever have. The lines are ridiculous, but it’s all part of the experience. Sit and dine inside, or grab a sandwich to go and wander around the charming streets of Le Marais (the Jewish Quarter). Either way, I can guarantee you’ll feel beyond-satisfied with the filling portions and crazy-lively atmosphere.


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Rosetta is a Manhattan-born student currently living in Paris. She loves fashion, traveling, and all things kale. She's adopted the Parisian street style, yet stayed in-touch with her New York roots; she can be spotted wearing all black with a green color pop from holding her cold-pressed juice. Her religion is coconut oil and she's married to almond butter.

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