Having local foods is definitely one of the pleasures when you are traveling.
We didn't have any extra time except going to the fair from the hotel and vice versa in such a short time, but we tried some new restaurants and cafes!
Mamie Gateaux the website
It was actually the 2nd time for us, but we liked a plate of quiche and salad!
They also have shops of Brocante and crafts next to this tea salon, so the inside of the salon was beautifully decorated with those antiques!
Address: 66 rue Cherche-midi 75006 Paris
Du Pain et des Idees the website
How lucky it was that there was a nice boulangerie in the neighbourhood.
We especially liked their apple pies and croissants :-)
Address: 34 rue Yves Toudic 75010 Paris
L'Autre Cafe the website
We had never been to the area which had "Parmentier" station, but we liked it very much.
You can hang out and sit back as long as you like at the relaxing and romantic cafe, L'Autre cafe.
It serves various healthy and great meals, so you can enjoy eating as well as fulfilling your appetite and needs.
Isn't it a typical tourist's behavior to pay with lots of coins?
We paid 50.40 euros with 2,1 euros and 50,20 cents coins:-)
L'Homme Bleu no website
This restaurant may have been the best out of the ones above, as personally I love Moroccan dish. We did not make a reservation, which led us wait for 20 minutes at bar, but actually it was earlier than usual because all of members of a party ahead us didn't come.
We had 3 pots of tajine which tasted amazing! There were lots of herbs, rum and vegetables. And the mint tea ... it went really well with the dish.
Address: 55 bis rue Jean-Pierre Timbeau 75011 Paris
Our hotel also serves nice breakfast .......
Unlike Tokyo, most shops in Paris are closed on weekends. For a tourist, even getting breakfast is not easy. So we had breakfast at the hotel a couple of times.
There were huge mugs with plenty of coffee and milk!