Street food and food trucks have arrived in Paris

Street food and food trucks for a quick, no frills, affordable snack of your choice in Paris

The street food phenomena arrived in Paris at the start of 2010. Imported from the US, street food comes in two forms: food trucks or takeaways from permanent establishments. Quality, a varied range of food and affordable prices have contributed to the roaring success of this concept.

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Food trucks: veritable restaurants on wheels

Food trucks have become an essential part of the urban landscape in Paris and the Paris region, and it is best to keep an eye on social networks to find out where these travelling restaurateurs will be stopping next.

These new type of eateries near major tourist attractions, below office blocks, at markets or in cultural and festive places are a great hit with Parisian food fans and visitors passing through the city and attract a large crowd! Plus, there is something for all tastes.

Le Camion qui Fume, Paris’s first food truck, authentic burgers are cooked and served in front of customers. The Mozza & Co offers mozzarella-based Italian flavours. For delicious Argentinian empanadas, opt for El Carrito de Clasico Argentino. As for the Camion Bol, it offers a culinary journey through Asia with Vietnamese specialities.

True French gastronomy foodies head to the Canard Huppé, where duck (but not only duck!) is served in many ways. Whether you are getting a takeaway or eating on the premises (standing or at a table) the atmosphere is friendly and the prices always reasonable

Below, a selection of Parisian food trucks : 

Le Camion qui Fume

Where to find it: in front of MK2 Bibliothèque (Paris 13th), at Ivry-sur-Seine (Val-de-Marne) ...

Full info on lecamionquifume.com

Mozza & Co

Where to find it: on the Berges de Seine (Paris 7th), on Canal Saint-Martin (Paris 10th), at the Factory Market (Paris 11th), at the Carreau du Temple (Paris 3rd) ...

Full info on www.mozzaandco.it

See more info about Mozza & Co 

El Carrito de Clasico Argentino

Where to find it: at the Grande Épicerie de Paris (Paris 6th), on Place de la Bastille (Paris 4th), on the Île Saint-Louis (Paris 4th) ...

Full info on www.clasico-argentino.com 

Camion Bol

Where to find it: at the Parc Georges Brassens (Paris 15th), Chez Régine (Paris 8th), at Levallois-Perret (Hauts-de-Seine) ...

Full info on www.lecamionbol.com 

Le Canard Huppé

Where to find it: at the Point Ephémère (Paris 10th), at Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine), at Suresnes (Hauts-de-Seine) ...

Full info on lecanardhuppe.com 

Paris, the street food capital?

Some of these brands also have permanent establishments, like Mozza & Co or Clasico Argentino. In fact, street food is not just limited to food trucks; Paris is full of places devoted to street food. At Big Fernand (2 Parisian addresses) the burger is king.

L’As du Fallafel is an institution in the Marais, and on the Left Bank, L’Avant Comptoir serves delicious sandwiches. There are real kebabs at Grillé, currywurtz (sausages with curry) like in Berlin at the Stube or even a cornet of yummy Belgian chips at De Clercq.  An authentic culinary world tour to satisfy all your desires!

 

 

Below, a selection of restaurants devoted to street food : 

Mozza & Co

Berges de Seine - 11 quai Anatole France, Paris 7th

See more info about Mozza & Co 

Clasico Argentino

See more info about Clasico Argentino 

Big Fernand

  • 32 rue du Saint-Sauveur, Paris 2nd

  • 55 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 9th

See more info about Big Fernand 

L’As du Fallafel

34 rue des Rosiers, Paris 4th

See more info about L'As du Fallafel 

L’Avant Comptoir

3 carrefour de l’Odéon, Paris 6th

See more info about L'Avant Comptoir 

Grillé

15 rue Saint-Augustin, Paris 2nd

See more info about Grillé 

Stube

  • 31 rue de Richelieu, Paris 1st

  • Goethe Institut – 17 avenue Iéna, Paris 16th

See more info about Stube 

De Clercq

  • 169 rue Montmartre, Paris 2nd

  • 184 rue Saint-Jacques, Paris 5th

  • 103 rue de Tolbiac, Paris 13th

See more info about De Clercq