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5 Pailles
Life is definitely too short for bad coffee. Happily, 5 Pailles serves up plenty of the good stuff, and more. If the jungle print wallpaper and smell of freshly ground beans don't get you in, then the sandwiches definitely will. Try the meat lover: cured ham, roasted pepper, artichokes and onion confit. For dessert, go for the limoncello cake.

Address: 79 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 | Telephone: +33631867434 |

Chez Yu
For a lunch on the hop that won't break the bank, grab a Vietnamese sandwich at Chez Yu. If you're a spice fiend then the chicken baguette, with hot pepper and lashings of coriander, should fit the bill. If you've an appetite, opt for the excellent beef Luc-Lac, with fried egg and red rice.

Address: 40 rue de Belleville, 75020 | Telephone: +33143585888 |

Animal Kitchen
Animal Kitchen shacked up with hip bar Point Ephemère a few years back and has been winning over Parisians with its French-Asian fusion street food ever since. We love the beef burger with the sweet potato chips featuring smoked paprika and coriander.    

Address: 200 quai de Valmy, 75010 | Telephone: |

ABC Belleville - Arts Of Bakery & Coffee
We love an alfresco lunch with a view and, happily, this cute cafe offers just that. The burgers are ace (try the one with sun dried tomatoes, cheese and leek), as are the panoramic views of Paris. Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and evenings.

Address: 10 rue des Envierges, 75020 | Telephone: |

Cream
For a light bite and good coffee Cream, Belleville's Brooklyn-style cafe, is sure to hit the spot. The baked eggs, topped with crispy bacon and herbs, have certainly made their mark on rue de Belleville's brunch scene.

Address: 50, rue de Belleville, 75020 | Telephone: +33983665843 |

Pizzeria Popolare
What if we told you that we'd found an authentic, Naples-style pizzeria in the heart of Paris? The house margherita here has got itself a fan club. Topped with juicy San Marzano tomatoes and fresh basil, we can't quite believe that it costs just five euros. We'd also highly recommend sharing the 500g of fresh burrata cheese with pistachio pesto, and the artisanal ice cream.  

Address: 111, rue Réaumur, 75002 | Telephone: |

Le Petit Bleu
The tasty tagines and couscous dishes are well worth the climb it takes to reach this tiny gem, perched on a hilly Montmartre street. Happily, the prices are far less steep, and the portions are huge. Try the chicken tagine and if you still have room for something sweet, try the pistachio stuffed sambusa pastries: they're like little parcels of joy.    

Address: 23 rue Muller, 75018 | Telephone: +33142592701 |

Alma the Chimney Cake Factory
If you've never tried Kürtòs (aka chimney cake), typical of Hungarian-speaking regions in Romania and made from sweet yeast dough, then we've found the place. The sweet and savoury cakes are excellent, making this the perfect place for lunch or afternoon tea.

Address: 59 boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003 | Telephone: +33966845734 |

Tien Hiang
Parisian vegans keep coming back to Tien Hiang for its meat and dairy free delights. The menu boasts an array of traditional dishes from Vietnam, Thailand, China and Malaysia. Highlights include an incredibly delicious lotus leaf, which is made from "chicken", sticky rice, chestnut and shiitake mushrooms.

Address: 14 rue Bichat, 75010 | Telephone: +33142000823 |

Des Cocottes et du Gratin
Some of the cheapest meals in Paris can be found at Des Cocottes et du Gratin. This place has cut back on marketing and decoration costs so they can simple and healthy meals which won't break the bank. Who would have thought you could try classic French dishes such as boeuf bourguignon and pot-au-feu for as little as €5? Also: the retro wallpaper is ace.    

Address: 57 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 | Telephone: +33142851596 |

Luz Verde
Chef Alexis Delassaux, who cut his teeth at the prestigious Frenchie and Royal Monceau restaurants, has whipped up a frenzy with Luz Verde, his French-Mexican fusion hotspot in the heart of hip South Pigalle. Delassaux gives traditional Mexican food a fresh twist: think octopus with Granny Smith apple and lemon. The cocktails are just as creative, dreamed up by fellow ex-Frenchie bartender Quentin Zuddas. It gets packed so arrive early.    

Address: 24, rue Henri Monnier, 75009 | Telephone: +33174642904 |

Affordable Restaurants

Les Foodies
For a dreamy dinner date head to Les Foodies. The menu's part Mediterranean, part Asian, and the dishes are packed with flavour. Dishes are a bit of a culinary voyage: don't leave without trying the house specialty cod with Penang sauce.    

Address: 6-8 square Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004 | Telephone: +33982427309 |

Zazza
The best pizza we've tasted outside of Rome can be found in the heart of Paris. The Figaro, topped with a medley of 24-month-aged San Daniele prosciutto, burrata, 24-26 month-aged parmesan, tomatoes and fresh rocket, has to be tasted to be believed. Save room for the the tiramisu.    

Address: 18 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010 | Telephone: +33145232005 |

Valentin
An eclectic menu inspired by France, South America and Asia, plus an adorable dog and a warm welcome: these are just some of the reasons to fall head over heels for Valentin. Don't be overwhelmed by the hefty wine list - the lovely staff are happy to open a bottle to help you find your perfect match.

Address: 64 rue Rebeval, 75019 | Telephone: 01 42 08 1234 |

Chez Tof
For a taste of southwest France in Paris, head to Chez Tof. Rest your weary legs and tuck into typical dishes from the region, such as honey roast duck or snails with Armagnac brandy.

Address: 30 rue Saint-Marc, 75002 | Telephone: +33142601059 |

Grand Amour Hotel
For a brunch to write home about head to the restaurant of the Grand Amour Hotel. The menu is put together with passion and flair: think poached eggs with kefta and olive polenta. This is the kind of place that's perfect for a lazy Sunday morning. We'd recommend getting a table in the utterly lovely courtyard.      

Address: 18 Rue de la Fidélité, 75010 | Telephone: +33144160330 |

Wynwood Paris
Of all of the cafés riding the vegan-friendly wave, Wynwood Paris really stands out, largely thanks to its Miami street art (the pastel colour palette is straight out of a Wes Anderson movie). Menu-wise, we fell for the (gluten-free) homemade waffle, which comes with a poached egg, roasted veg and melted mimolette cheese.

Address: 61 rue Charlot, 75003 | Telephone: +33175511253 |

Yeno
The local lunchtime diners can't get enough of Yeno's French-Korean fusion food. The house Bibimbap has a cult following, and the financier made with matcha tea and glacé cherries is excellent.  

Address: 29 boulevard de Clichy, 75009 | Telephone: +33142857013 |

La Comète
La Comète owes much of its charm to its daring decor (think deep teal walls adorned with vintage mirrors). Don't get us wrong though, the food is worth a mention too. The tuna tartare goes surprisingly well with its side of courgetti, while the cod with sweet pea purée and crispy onion might actually be better than classic fish and chips.

Address: 140 Rue de la Roquette, 75011 | Telephone: +33140240683 |

Le Coin
If you've been running around the city working up an appetite, then dinner at Le Coin should sort you out. You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to classic French dishes such as endives with ham (featuring cream and cheese) and confit de canard (duck) with crispy roasted potatoes. The portions are more than generous but make sure you leave room for the famously light and fluffy chocolate mousse.

Address: 88 rue du Rocher, 75008 | Telephone: 0143875896 |

Daroco
This former Jean Paul Gaultier boutique is now an oh-so-chic pizza place with an impeccably-dressed crowd. Dine on wood fire pizzas while siting at high-backed blue velvet booths and green marble tables. Try the Formaggissima pizza, packed with cheese such as fior di latte and smoked scamorza.

Address: 6 rue Vivienne, 75002 | Telephone: +33142219371 |

Used Book Café - Merci
If your idea of heaven is curling up with a book and a cuppa, then find your home from home at this cosy cafe, attached to the trendy concept store Merci. Bookworms meet over soft-boiled eggs and chunky vegetable soup, before browsing the 10,000 books lining the walls. Be sure to check out the cakes of the day.

Address: 111 boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003 | Telephone: +33142770033 |

Fichon
This trendy wine bar also doubles as a seafood restaurant, complete with a super-chic, nautical-inspired decor. Not only can you taste a whole host of different wines, you can also enjoy creative dishes such as pistachio poached scallops on green mango and Daikon (Japanese radish).

Address: 98 rue Marcadet, 75018 | Telephone: +33970945214 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Café des Musées
Tucked away on a quiet street near the Place des Vosges lies the legendary Café des Musées, a true Paris institution. Try the succulent chicken supreme, served with mushrooms, new potatoes and Tarragon sauce. Be sure to save room for the Tiramisu with apricots.

Address: 49 Rue de Turenne 75003 | Telephone: +33142729617 |

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