6 Approved Restaurants for After Your Keys to the Louvre tour

Where to eat near the world famous Louvre museum. Wandering through a museum can be a lot more tiring…and hunger inducing than you thought! Did you know that The Louvre is the number one most visited museum in the world?! With famous pieces like the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, and the Winged Victory[…]

6 Approved Restaurants for After Pere Lachaise tour

Where to grab a bite nearby Paris’ most famous cemetery. You didn’t think we finished with our restaurant series, did you?! There’s still plenty to explore, so get your stretchy pants on – it’s time to eat! So, you’ve just taken a stroll one of the most renowned cemeteries in Paris – if not the[…]

6 approved restaurants for after your Seine tour

Where to eat around the Grand Palais/ Champs-Elysees / Invalides You’ve just finished Paris Along the Seine, our best Paris introductory tour….here’s where to take a load off and fill your bellies… Have you struggled to avoid tourist trap restaurants during your first days in Paris? You are so not alone. I’m constantly being asking[…]

6 approved Marais restaurants for after your Jewish History tour

You’ve just finished one of our most popular walking tours…here’s where to take a load off and fill your bellies! Have you been hungry in Paris before, and found it overwhelming to avoid tourist trap restaurants? You are so not alone. I’m constantly being asking for restaurant recommendations by clients: specifically recommendations on where to[…]

9 (Surprisingly Easy) Ways to Avoid Tourist Trap Restaurants in Paris

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. How to avoid that 50 euro meal of stale bread and flat beer. Stale bread and flat beer, you may scoff. In Paris? Incomprehensible! But… though Paris is known for stellar food, there IS indeed a darker side to eating[…]