france

Food

              Food is the most important subject of discussion in France as well as wine of course! The patisseries are probably the most refined in the world! Try the croissants and pains au chocolat.            
For the cheapest and most delicious crepe you have to go to Aix en Provence and "Crepe-a-go-go". There's literally every kind of flavour, sweet and savory to keep anyone happy and with it costing less than 3 euros, you can't complain. All of my friends have sampled their delicious crepes and are always satisfied and full for the whole day. A word of warning though: get there before 11am as the queues get very long and you don't want to be missing out. 2 Avenue Victor Hugo, 13100 Aix-en-Provence is where it can be found.       
Another great place to visit is a restaurant called "La Passarelle" just off the Vieux Port in Marseille, very cute restaurant with a large garden terrace where you can sit and relax and eat some great food. Options for everyone including vegetarians (which can sometimes be difficult in France) and a really amazing thing they do is a Sunday brunch, 28 euros all inclusive, all you can eat. The food really is amazing and I promise you won't be disappointed. 
Also in Marseille is a beautiful café called Teavora. They mostly serve fresh teas, juices, smoothies and milkshakes and some cakes and snacky foods. But the reason everyone who comes to this place falls in love with it is it's unique charm. You walk in and instantly feel as if you are not in Marseille anymore. There is sand covering the small and you have the choice of sitting on small cushions around a table on the floor, or a small area closed off with curtains to give you privacy. Drinking a fresh smoothie in the middle of Winter when it's miserable outside and you've got your feet wriggling in the sand, has got to be one of the best feelings!            
Last updated on the 24 September 2015

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