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This Is The Parisian Foodie To Follow On Instagram
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This Is The Parisian Foodie To Follow On Instagram

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Updated: 28 November 2016
Perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of Parisian and French culture is cuisine. Ed, or TheFoodStache as he is known online, is a popular Instagrammer who showcases the best of Parisian food, ranging from traditional meals to Asian fusion, street-food and appetizing shop fronts. Originally from Berlin and now based in Paris, he shares his love of food, wine and good addresses.

A succulent Parisian Angus-beef roast, complete with the typically French pommes-frites

A simple plate composition shows off the intricate combination of the ingredients in the brasserie dish of langoustine, ricotta gnocchi, cucumber, and lobster bisque.

Ten Belles Coffee | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram
Ten Belles Coffee | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram

A coffee and its perfect morning match—a feta and parsley breakfast bun.

Run by Japanese chefs, Le 975 is Japanese translation of French cuisine in a restaurant of the 17th. This time, it’s a gorgeous arrangement of salmon, zucchini, and green apple.

‘Age doesn’t matter, unless you are cheese’. In addition to photos of delicious dishes, TheFoodStache stays up to date on foodie events, and noteworthy shops, like this one, Chez Causses, in the 9th arrondissement.

Breakfast For Champs | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram
Breakfast For Champs | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram

Fig, cheese, nuts, and mint get along flawlessly between slices of bread at Ob-La-Di.

L'as du Fallafel | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram
L’as du Fallafel | ©TheFoodStache/Instagram

The popular sandwich from L’As Du Fallafel in the Marais and its notoriously long waiting line complete with your choice of falafel, veggies, spicy sauce, and eggplant.

A lovely cappuccino, almost too cute to drink, is only made better by the fact that it’s locally roasted in Belleville.

The burger: an established Parisian trend that has seen specialty restaurants pop up all over town with luscious toppings such as bacon, rucola, and pepper sauce.

What foodie Instagram is complete without a tribute to chocolate and the creators behind them? Jacques Genin is a maker of delicious chocolates with incredible flavors, like lemon-pepper or rosemary.