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If you're looking for fried food, this is one of the few spots in Paris that does it, and does it well. Order the fish and chips and be merry.
Hutch brings the awesomeness of American dogs to Paris at this and their other location, serving up such varieties as the Manhattan that's topped with chili, or the Brooklyn, which has a giant slice of cheddar on top.
This American-style deli brings some classic US of A sammies, such as a melty Philly cheesesteak and another variety bursting full of house-made pastrami.
Space is limited inside Abri, but flavor is not, with four-course lunches and six-course dinners, Abri's Japanese cuisine leaves lines winding out the door daily.
This warm and comfortable Parisian bar boasts classic dishes such as good ol' burgers, as well as distinctly-Canadian poutines. And to wash it all down, they also have an extensive beer list from around the globe.