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French Food Tour - 5 Dishes to Try in Paris, France! (Americans Try French Food)

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French Food Tour - 5 Dishes to Try in Paris, France! We might be Americans, but we're huge fans of the French culture 🇫🇷 So we're super excited to spend the day trying some popular dishes here in Paris, France! Enjoy 😍 Don’t miss the adventure, SUBSCRIBE! ►http://bit.ly/1Nnl2kq New travel videos posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday! Download our FREE eBook! ► “Everything You Need to Know to Travel the World” http://bit.ly/2rQPpLf Here are all the dishes we tried and their prices: € 9.50 Crepes @ Chez Alain Miam Miam - https://www.yelp.fr/biz/chez-alain-miam-miam-paris € 18 (for 7) Macarons @ Pierre Hermé - http://www.pierreherme.com/ € 1.90 Croissant @ Maison Grégoire - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maison-Gregoire/129077833812099 € 20 Steak tartare // € 9 Onion Soup @ Les Philosophes - https://www.yelp.fr/biz/les-philosophes-paris Other things to eat: Baguettes @ La Parisienne - http://www.boulangerielaparisienne.com/ Steak frite @ Relais de l'Entrecôte - http://relaisennr.cluster011.ovh.net/?page_id=394 Anything at Marché des Enfants Rouges - https://www.timeout.com/paris/en/shopping/marche-des-enfants-rouges#tab_panel_2 ======== WE NEED YOUR HELP! If only 5% of our subscribers pledged $1 on Patreon, we’d have just enough money to run this channel full-time! Consider donating here ► http://bit.ly/2mWqTt6 ======== Check out our other food vlogs! Budapest - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT-_qkPW2S0 Scotland - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G7Aswe1sjs Milan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IwsqT11Sp8 Austin, TX - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp3QoMhLXJg Iceland - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faE6Wj-w30c Brussels - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK1DxKCqobg Berlin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aUg7mjzbg8 Get $35 off your first Airbnb! http://bit.ly/2fCgsTx Follow us on the other things… Twitter - http://twitter.com/the_endless_a Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheEndlessAdventurers/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/theendlessadventure Travel Blog - http://theendlessadventure.co Music by ProleteR - https://soundcloud.com/proleter-beatmaker OUR GEAR Sony A7ii http://amzn.to/2hQjkNC Sony 24-240 FE http://amzn.to/2hnEiXe GoPro Hero 4 Session http://amzn.to/2hQeW0X DJI Phantom 3 Standard http://amzn.to/2gLBBQ7 CapturePRO Camera Clip http://amzn.to/2hHRCXf Tripod http://amzn.to/2gLKxoI
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The Endless Adventure (1 year ago)
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Nasty Ivanova (21 days ago)
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sivan ferna (3 months ago)
your pronunciation of everything makes me cringe and I am american
Joe C. (4 months ago)
that first crepe with the lettuce, meat and cheese looks like the Chinese Jian Bing Guo street food except different filing.
Betty Harvey (6 months ago)
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Soko Soko (10 hours ago)
You have to mix the meat with all condiments before to eat ...
Peter Downey (2 days ago)
With the steak frites, I've noticed that each restaurant in Paris I've been to, it's different. I think it might be a regional thing - in Paris, you can get anything from any French region, because all the French train lines meet in the city centre. I recommend that you have it well done (FR: Bien cuit). Anything less than that and it'll be so rare that it isn't even pink in the middle. Although I'm British, I do have some Irish ancestry (as is evident from my surname) so I usually have my steak well done anyway. But not so well done that it's like shoe leather. That's how Donald Trump has it. I have my steak how the Irish have it. The French love the Irish, by the way. They hate the British and Americans but love the Irish.
Huberdina (3 days ago)
macaron, I thought macaron was the name of the French president..
Roger Kevin (4 days ago)
salut, je suis francais, j'adore votre travail (Hi, I'm French, I love your job)
zeey.22 __ (6 days ago)
Oh nana half of my heart is in paris 😪❤️❤️❤️🇫🇷
Superseanbarry (8 days ago)
2 rich kids with nothing better to do than cruise the Word! f of
Juanita Flores (12 days ago)
Dirty streets
Juanita Flores (12 days ago)
Dirty streets
Roger Kevin (4 days ago)
Can You Please Shut Up!
Juanita Flores (12 days ago)
All i see is dirty streets
Leepifer (16 days ago)
Hope you enjoyed your trip but you have to come back to eat as it should the Tartare :-) Beef is not the only meat used for this dish, i personnally, and i hope you won't be shocked, eat it with horse meat. There's people who eat rabbit, snails, frogs legs and all kinds of offal ! Every cuisine of the world have their interest. I love Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and Korean foods. Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are great too. Libanese, Moroccan and Indian foods are excellent. As French, i love the cuisine of my country because of the high variety and because we often put the product itself in valor without too much changes with artificial ingredients. There're so many dishes to taste that it is impossible to tell you what to try! The dishes are constantly renewed and reinvented in kitchens, whether people prepare meals every day for their family or the chefs who improve and showcase the best products. My cuisine, just for fun :-) https://youtu.be/TVVJy2yz1hY https://youtu.be/OaRFPPhgfLs
Dr. Elshaimaa (16 days ago)
WOOOOW ♥♥♥♥♥♥
Bishwajith Yograj (19 days ago)
Food waste is certainly not what I wanted to see
tinmareng (20 days ago)
Y en a marre d'être liée sans cesse à l'accordéon, tout ça parce que y a des manouches qui jouent de l'accordéon au pied des sites touristiques et dans le métro. Je trouverais ça plus normal si on était liée à des vrais instruments qui ont marqués l'histoire française comme le clavecin, le cor français...
Nasty Ivanova (21 days ago)
Order the best italian cheese & ham https://www.h-h-shop.com/index.php?ref=92 Fast delivery!
kanika nayan (27 days ago)
Why do Europeans always wear such dull colours
Emily Ohs (1 month ago)
oh hey
pounet2 (1 month ago)
I don't know what the Americans have with the onions soup... I've never seen any French eating some. They serve it only for tourists. That makes me think it should be very difficult to find a correct one in a Parisian restaurant. Concerning the macarons : There is a big debate about who makes the best macarons. From my point of view Ladurée (the inventor of the current version of the macarons) and Hermés are not comparable. Hermés macarons may be better, but (as you find out yourself), the flavors proposed are quiet experimental. By the way, the croissants at Hermés are stunning. Other dishes you could try : Carré d'agneau, choucroute, pot au feu, confit de canard, cassoulet, petit salé, choux farci, tripes, ris de veau, blanquette de veau, hachi parmentier, foi gras, carpaccio de boeuf, andouillette, fruits de mer, ... and definitely cheese(s) !!!
Gregory Fong (1 month ago)
Did anyone else bother to read the crepe chef's sweater?
Neia from France (1 month ago)
I expected you'll try traditional french dishes and not just some macarons, croissant et galette de sarrasin (it wasn't crêpes)... if you really want to discover french gastronomy it's not in Paris (massive tourism) but in other part of France... Enjoy your next trip :)
올라무새Hola (1 month ago)
korea has similar food raw beef, and it tastes really really good like sushi. and french one looks also good too!
Bryce Bertolino (1 month ago)
Beta male meets real meat. Probably has never been hungry.
Twister Mw1981 (1 month ago)
You never think of street food in France you think of fancy restaurants but it looked really good
Yake Osicki (1 month ago)
Tatar looks terrible. The meat (beef fillet) must be chopped very finely. I see minced meat. This is a mistake! This is the restaurateur's laziness or none knowledge. This is also one of the national Polish dish. This error appears too. The consistency of the meat is pulling. It's disgusting then. You should mix everything thoroughly and season on the plate. Eat with a fresh baguette and good natural butter. It sips with very cold pure vodka.
Josef Richter (2 months ago)
"tastes like hamburger" – you're lucky nobody heard you :D
Hilary Rudkin (2 months ago)
Why on earth aren’t you two as big as houses with all the food you eat? One of your small meals would do me for a whole day! Keep up the good work. I have only just found you but love your videos. I am a 72 English lady who lives alone in Southern Catalonia (Spain). Xx😘😘
Elsa&lisa (2 months ago)
You did make some nice choices.the Pierre Herme’ macaroons looked gorgeous. I envy you having that beautiful plate of beef tartare also. I did want to say that rose essence or rose water is an ancient flavour in sweets. It originally comes from Persia and India. Maybe it was a teeny bit too strong.
Rocque Gartland (2 months ago)
Great video! I know nothing about France/Paris but enjoyed watching your food tour. What a fun way to enjoy the city!
Marlee December (2 months ago)
Awesome video. Going back to Paris soon. Thx for all of the foodie tips. 😊
Jan Lloyd Santos (2 months ago)
2:10 boiz
IanElickMusic (2 months ago)
I miss Parisian boulangeries, can’t wait to go back!
Ron Shapley (2 months ago)
Do you have to SMELL of everything ??? Gross !!
Goodby America (2 months ago)
The macaroons are so overrated I wouldn't waste my money on them. Your comment about croissants I question, I don't think the French use margarine at all.
Ruben Perez (2 months ago)
stupid guy in video very annoying and his pronouncing is horrible go back to your hillbilly hills😈
maxwellfan55 (2 months ago)
I got the feeling you weren't completely knocked out by your eating experience in Paris. ??? Gross maybe???? You won't be the first, or last!!! My own experience, which probably reflects many other comments is that there's typically tourist food, and there's authentic (legit), much more tricky to find. Ok that's common everywhere but no more so than in Paris. In the 1970's I had the best steak and chips ever in the outskirts of Paris, in the Turkish quarter, (it might have been horse but still brilliant) and the worst in the city centre. It's a shame the French treat visitors like they are stupid and vulnerable, giving them chewy, third rate dishes when people have travelled so far. Which is not to say you can't get get food in Paris, just that you need a guide. It sucks because the French really understand good food, wine, and eating. But many cheat people too, and they really don't care either, they just show attitude when you protest. I wasn't impressed with the look of your steak tartar or the onion soup, the soup particularly looked pale (almost grey!) thin and unappetising. The steak should come from fresh fillet and mixed up with all the ingredients on your plate, nicely seasoned. In my opinion French onion soup is a world classic but it's not easy or cheap to make, needs beef bones for a rich stock, lots and LOTS of fresh onions and slow, slow cooking, which makes it expensive to prepare, but worth every bit. The French really do eat and like tartar, I see them eat it in small cafe's, but not in city centre cafe's. Thanks as ever guys, it was fascinating as ever.
Caterina Porro (2 months ago)
You have to mix the ingredients of the tartare... then eat it, that it why you have the salt, pepper on the side and the egg... It will be way better.
Florian Innefable (2 months ago)
I going to slap the next Paris tourist Paris is not France only les idiots thinks that
Bragglord (2 months ago)
Was really sweet seeing you two going on your culinary quest together (impressed you waited an hour for street food). However, screw that steak tartare. The saying 'don't knock it until you've tried it' is stretched to breaking point there, as far as I'm concerned.
Mary Kopp (2 months ago)
Great job
Sarah Lam (2 months ago)
awww hahaha, it made me cringe when she took some steak tartare and dipped it in the egg. I was almost shouting to the screen NOOOOOO, don't do it mix it! :P The croissant didn't look like the very best either. Next time, also try a nice fresh baguette.
samia benkhelil (2 months ago)
Firstly mix the ingredients (egg yolk, Dijon mustard, onion, capers, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, tabasco, salt and pepper) with the raw meat before eating a Tartar! Otherwise it's rather bland guy!
dan c (2 months ago)
You're just inexperienced "Bless you heart". Steak Tartar is one of the great culinary treasures of history. Hope your taste will mature.
Simon M. Chacko (3 months ago)
are you guys pronouncing macarons properly?
Princess Royal Cuisine (3 months ago)
I love French food :)
Lorri (3 months ago)
The steak really should be finely chopped.
Lorri (3 months ago)
Pronounced something like: Kwasogn not crosson or cressan
REIGNofTEARS (3 months ago)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SUBWAY TRAIN EXPERIENCE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU2H-qlLRxo
What is that pronunciation Jesus Christo Maria Jose!
Hank Moody (3 months ago)
Don't go to these places... Obvious tourist traps. 10 euros for a galette ? Ha ! Ha ! Ha ! Do some research before traveling. Is this that complicated ? The tartare you had was a fucking joke ! It's not supposed to be raw meet out of a grinder, lol.. Supposed to be cut "au couteau" with a lot of mix ingredients. OBVIOUSLY ! Tourists, stop acting like idiots, and the tourist traps will disappear !
Jeselle Joseph (3 months ago)
Loved this
Bob Smith (3 months ago)
The problem with uncooked beef is not the texture or the flavour or bacterial contamination, it's the very high risk of intestinal parasites - this information comes from a video I watched by an expert on the subject of human parasites - she said she would never even eat rare beef.
Kelly Clark (3 months ago)
3rd wheel needs to go.
Gary Gilbertson (3 months ago)
Crepes: It's pronounced "crep," not "crape."
Question Mark (3 months ago)
TAPEWORMS!
Sand Hill81 (3 months ago)
Love that Red head. 💞💞💞💞
Neale Gray (3 months ago)
French onion soup, oo la la. No snails?
Chef Andros : Steak tartare should be mixed with all ingredients including salt, black pepper and mustard. You don't use a fork, you spread it on toast or grouton. The meat must be very fresh, BUT you always have the risk of E-coli. Personally I advised my customers not to have it just to show off !!!!
Kenneth Lynch (4 months ago)
I enjoyed the video myself. I'm such a francophile. The macarons looked good, along with the crepes, the french onion soup, steak tartare, the croissants, & the baguettes. My suggestion, try escargots (Snails), steak frites, pain au chocolat (croissants stuffed with dark chocolate), & steak au poivre.
LeeAnn K (4 months ago)
Love this video! Where were you guys when you are enjoying your macaroon? Looks like a good place to take some nice city photos!
Eisen J Eisen (4 months ago)
Great video have a great day
Juliana Senna (4 months ago)
You don't have to buy that box, you can just ask for a number of macarons and they put in a box that is free, at Pierre Hermé :) I only recommend buying that kind of boxes when you want to take home, to travel with it.
Doc Holliday (4 months ago)
It's not a macarons! It's macarooooons! Please, pronounce french correctly! Just to prove, the pronouncation and it's not maracrons! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X451yB0PVb0
minipax (4 months ago)
Best food I had in Paris were steak tartar, foie gras, bunch of cheese, wine, frog legs, pastries, bread.. everything was so good
SAAR3KT (4 months ago)
That was 4 dishes
Wencheng Li (4 months ago)
French + Chinese food are the best, anyone agree?
Flyin Kiwi (4 months ago)
I am in Paris right now, I found the crepe stall in the market. Amazing. I plan on going back to the market for dinner later on. Great video guys.
Jeff brown (4 months ago)
i will be going to france in a few years. my father lives there and I use to live there in the 80s. brought back the memories
Dave Max's (4 months ago)
Stay home. Don't go to France and complain about their culture.
1990Thunderbolt (4 months ago)
music at 8:00?
MINH T (5 months ago)
If you want to try good croissant and other vienoiseries go to Brun rue Tolbiac ;)
mrcynthiag mrcynthiag (5 months ago)
crousiannt looks burned and 18 eruos for all the macrons is a normal price for the amount of work that goes into them. Also, you are pronouncing "macrons" wrong! You: Mac roooonnns. ugh.
mrcynthiag mrcynthiag (5 months ago)
I don't care if the crepe was fit for a king. No way would I wait an hour for a crepe. Much more interesting things to do and see than stand in a tourist trap line.
Bahautdinov TV (5 months ago)
Sorry , but your hairdo is awful , with such haircut you look like GAY
getdennis (5 months ago)
You need to mix the fixing with the steak tartar to fully capture its essence
tolekbanan102 (5 months ago)
mix all the igridiens before you eat steak tartare please , next time , bone appetit.
Inara590 (5 months ago)
I hope he washed his hands after handling his phone.
magali Morris (5 months ago)
Le steak tartare is not a traditional dish is a Parisian things the real food fresh and tasty is in other lands in France not in Paris.A lot for not to say all food in Paris are not make with real cooker chief !!! They are microwave food a real tourist side the real French and real food are in the country sides.
Arash Kiani (5 months ago)
Americans are so stupid 😂😂😂😂 very entertaining 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Didntwanttomakeauser (5 months ago)
I know this is supposed to be about cuisine française, but where did you get that burgundy sweater?
Carmen Peters (5 months ago)
Why not go during the time of day when it's slow.
fuckyoubitch (5 months ago)
tar tar more like barf barf
Bobby Boucher (5 months ago)
Cool video, i made my own tartare at home from the local butcher and iam alive, just need to go to a very good butcher, not walmart ground beef lol
Mike Gehre (5 months ago)
Love steak tartare - with all the ingredients mixed in and not on the side. That's why you thought it tasted like only raw ground beef. Next time, try it as it was intended and I think you'll notice the taste difference! If you're traveling, be food adventurous. You'll discover some delights.
Kiki Reisdorff (5 months ago)
The meat has to be mixt so do it as everybody eats it.
ryan riddle (5 months ago)
This is the closet I'll ever make it to paris
JUJUZZ (5 months ago)
Ca se mange pas comme ça un steak tartare. Y faut mélanger toute la viande avec l'oeuf ! C'est sur que la viande pas assaisonné c'est fade.
JUJUZZ (5 months ago)
google translate x'D sorry
JUJUZZ (5 months ago)
Rajouter sel poivre et tout les trucs qu'il y a dans l'assiette genre les câpres les oignons le persil et vous verrez ! Enjoy !
kinn grimm (5 months ago)
If you ever get to germanies southern parts there is something called "Bratwurst Hack" Which basicly is the same what the Bratwurst is made of, without the formgiving surrounding. It is serverd usually with finely sliced onions and some bread. Some people order also a raw egg yolk with it, like with the beef tatar. Mix it up, put it on the bread, salt and pepper and good to go. In comparison to beef tatar it is made of pigs meat and already mixed with a composition of herbs.
Dee Cee (5 months ago)
The pronunciation lol, so bad
Toto Tita (6 months ago)
gee dont make video if your so stupid and don't know about food LOL
Aviv Kalmanson (5 months ago)
If you want to eat in a good restaurant, then you should check out this site: http://sixrest.com, it contains the best mid-priced restaurants in Europe chosen by chefs and businesspeople including - Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, London, Rome, and Amsterdam.
Mark Dorais (6 months ago)
Love hearing about your food travels ✨👍✨👍✨👍
sajid basha (6 months ago)
Hahahaha u are raw meat ....😄😄😄😅😅😅
Helen Eaton (6 months ago)
The only time I’ve tried Steak Tartar was in the Italian Alps. It was totally delish, but a week later I realised I was pregnant and spent the next few weeks slightly panicking and feeling guilty! How could I have done that!
Yoshie Takamizawa (6 months ago)
Really want to try the crepes at that market!!
Steven S (6 months ago)
The way you ate steak tartare indicated your ignorance of the dish. In France, diners don't request everything on the side....that's so American. You should have let the kitchen properly mix the ingredients ...then you would have known how delicious it is....
zasde35 (6 months ago)
Wow i,am flabbergasted raw ground beef taste like hamburger !
Alex Loves Bentley (6 months ago)
The steak tartare looks like a brain
Life Under Table (6 months ago)
nice couple , hope you enjoy it
Jenny Rotten (6 months ago)
Macarons are the best thing ever
D M (6 months ago)
Hello! May I suggest some new items and dishes for you to try the next time you’ re in Paris? 1. Canelés - a delicious pastry infused with rum and vanilla, crispy on the outside and custard-like on the inside. 2. Coq au vin - chicken/rooster cooked in a red wine sauce. Delish! 3. Croque-Monsieur - Grilled ham and cheese sandwich with Mornay cheese sauce and Dijon mustard. Yummm. 4. Boeuf Bourgingnon - slow cooked beef in a wine sauce. A must try. 5. Foie gras. You can’t go to Paris (or indeed anywhere in France) without trying this delicacy. 6. Absinthe. This was the go-to beverage for Parisiens during the Belle Epoque, until it was banned in 1914. Now it has made a tremendous comeback, with absinthe bars dotting the bar scene of Paris. A 70% alchohol liquor, tempered with water and sugar during an intricate process using a dispensing water samowar, an ornate filigree spoon and sugarcubes. A beautiful Parisian ritual in its own right, not to be missed! Hope you’ll find these tips useful 😀
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