Street food has made its way from all corners of the globe and onto the Parisian rues. Delicious, quick, edgy; street food is the latest foodie trend to hit the France capital. INSIDR has scouted some of the best addresses serving the tastiest street food, so whether it’s an American burger, a Mexican taco or a Korean sandwich that you’re craving, we have you covered!


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Frenchie to Go

Street food Frenchie to Go

Quantity and quality. Frenchie to Go don’t skip on either. Taking care to source the best quality produce, including meat reared in Yorkshire and cheddar cheese sourced from London, this street-food style restaurant knows how to make a mean Rueben sandwich. 


Open Monday- Friday: 8:30am- 4:30pm
Saturday- Sunday 9:30am- 5:30pm

9 Rue Du Nil

Lunch sandwich around 12€




La Guinguette D’Angèle

Street Food La Guinguette d'Angèle

Who said street-food had to be unhealthy? Nestled between two buildings, this quaint open air café/ counter serves the healthiest, most aesthetically pleasing food-to-go in the city. Angèles' menu is seasonal, gluten-free and made with fresh, bio ingredients, so your lunch will be a feast for the eyes as well as the body!

Open Monday- Saturday: 11:30am - 3pm

34 Rue Coquillière



Street Food Market

street food market

One Thursday every month in the 20th arrondissement, Belleville hosts a taste-bud tantalising food market where you can get a delicious bargain lunch. Once you have grabbed your street-food, take the short walk to Parc Belleville where you can enjoy one of the best views of the city. Good Food + good views = ideal lunch.

Check their site for updates about when the next market will be held

                          Boulevard de Belleville


El Nopal

street food El Nopal

It may just be a hole in the wall, and very vibrantly coloured one at that… but at El Nopal you can get a taste of Mexico in the form of a generously sized burrito or taco. Eat your heart out Taco Bell, El Nopal’s food is all made with fresh ingredients and home-made tortillas so you can be sure this is one of the best taco's going in the city!

Tuesday- Thursday: Midday- 3pm/ 7- 10pm
Friday: Midday- 11pm
Sunday: 1-9pm

They have 2 addresses:
3 rue Eugène Varlin 75010
5 rue Duperré 75009

                                                                                                            Average price for lunch around 10€


STREET Bangkok local food:

street food

Located just next to El Nopal, Bangkok Street food restaurant delivers exactly what its name suggests. Inspired from the street food of Thailand, their dishes, served in cardboard containers, are a tasty ensemble of rice cooked to perfection, a delicious sauce of your choice (we recommend the Bangkok classic) and other tasty delights. The service is quick and efficient, and whilst their restaurant is a little cramped to eat-in, you can stay true to the street- food tradition and find a spot to perch by the canal Saint Martin to enjoy your Thai feast.

Open Monday- Saturday: Midday- 3pm/ 7pm- 11pm
Sunday: Midday- 4pm

3 rue Eugène Varlin

Set menu, 10€ (Salad & Soup), 12€ (Grill + curry) and 15€ 
(Salad/soup + grill + sauce + rice), + 3€ with a drink or dessert




Street food Paris Greek Filakia

If you are looking for something better than a greasy kebab to satisfy your Grec food craving, head to Filakia where you will be served the kebab of all kebab’s; home made pitas, stuffed with meat reared in France, freshly prepared vegetables and served with lemony potatoes. You can eat in or take out, but either way, you’re in for some street-food goodness!

Monday- Friday: 11:30am- 3pm/ 18:30pm- 22pm
Saturday 11:30am- 10:30pm

9 Rue Mandar

                                                                                                         Etienne Marcel menu from around 11,90€


Le Tricycle

Street food Paris le Tricycle

A veggie hotdog street-food bike may sound too millennial hipster to be real, but it exists, and it’s delicious. Beginning as a travelling hot dog stand, Le Tricyle now has its own permanent address and is definitely worth a visit. Serving a small range of delicious hot dogs, salad bowls and juices to take- away, you can enjoy a guilty free hotdog in your favourite spot in Paris. 

51 Rue de Paradis

Monday-Friday : Midday- 6pm
Sunday: Midday- 4pm

Hot dog 5€



Le Camion qui fume

street food le camion qui fume Paris

Get a taste of Californian cuisine with a quality home made burger and fries at their canteen or food truck for a mouth-wateringly good meal. We highly recommend trying their Barbecue burger!

168 rue Montmartre

Open Monday- Thursday: 11am- 11pm
Friday- Saturday: 11am- midnight
Sunday: 11am- 11pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Menu between 12€- 15€

                                                                                                           Check their website for more information of where the food                                                                                                                 truck’s location and opening times


street food paris SAam

If you fancy a change from your cheese and sauccisson baguette, SAam should be your next lunch time stop. Freshly baked bread, stuffed with pork belly, shiso sauce, salted plums, spicy cucumber, peanuts and truffled tofu… these Korean sandwhiches will revolutionise your sandwich eating experience! Eat in at their miniature kitchen-cantina, decked out in a distinctly sccandi style, or take out to eat in the Parisian streets.

Open Tuesday- Saturday: Midday- 3pm/ 6-11pm

59 bis, rue de Lancry

Set menus between 10€- 18.50€ for lunch, buns 6.50€- 7€




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