Paris, France: Lunching on the Seine

Paris, France: Lunching on the Seine

Paris, France: Lunching on the Seine

More info about travel to Paris: http://www.ricksteves.com/europe/france/paris Rick's guide takes him through an iconic Parisian afternoon, topped off with a cliche Parisian lunch. For more information on the Rick Steves' Europe TV series — including episode descriptions, scripts, participating stations, travel information on destinations and more — visit http://www.ricksteves.com.
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DAMNit
DAMNit
how to stop crying Dream *PARIS* 💔
xman ###
xman ###
He said to Steve: " you guys eat everything" lol
Christoph Furler
Christoph Furler
I eat tatar with toasted bread, butter and onions :D Anyway a good tatar est delicieux :D With "pommes frites" I have to try.
Wonder Mother
Wonder Mother
Great video !
gottfer
gottfer
the look in your eyes when eating the steak tartare, the face of fear xD
Christoph Furler
Christoph Furler
haha. raw meat :D
Truth
Truth
The best food, bread and some bakery in the world is Iranian , Arabic bread is very good too! I have lived in those countries and experienced it all! One of the best bakery in the world is Armenian bakery! best cognac and brandy is from Armenia. The Europeans have nothing as far as food goes, they have good cheese, hums, but that is all, raw meat and scalps, cold sandwich is all they know, they don't even know what real food look and tastes like!
Truth
Truth
+asd ded you Europeans do not have good foods, I had them all, i have traveled many countries, you say you have had Middle eastern food, but there are hundreds of kinds of middle eastern foods, let me ask you this. have you ever had Indian and Iranian food? i don't think so, Iranian food is the best in the world, you have not even seen it in your dreams, you Europeans don;t even know what real food is and looks like, go to Iran and learn, ignorance is not the selfish answer
asd ded
asd ded
+The 7th Lion Have you ever had a Macaron an éclaire, a Paris-Brest, a ratatouille, some caramel au beurre salé, you also have a very big mouth, croissant maybe or some pain au chocolat, bread and bakery are really the best in france. Arabian country are also good but very sweet, trukish bread si good, and yes i've had my faire share of Middle East cuisine as i have my faire share of family that have origins there and cook really good food. But i've to say Europeans are still way better at this, even if it is good. Also why not say that "Cuisine" is French, and some of the most used techinque in ALL foods, are from france. And you talk about me not knowing things while just saying Burritos, tacos for Mexicans you're a funny guy.
asd ded
asd ded
+The 7th Lion Ok nothing to say about the cognac then, but all the finest techniques in cuisine come from France And the best chef you will find are there, even if you don't want.
asd ded
asd ded
Raw meat, scalps, coldsandwich is all they know, really ? So that's why french are considered the best at cooking, and why the stars who rates cooking are called "Michelin" stars ? Oh and don't forget to say it with the accent my Armenian Friend. The Five best cuisines are French for Finess, Flavor and technique, Japanese and Chinese for originality technique, and flavor, Italian (More in south) for the natural, and rustic flavors, and Mexican for the combination of aromas, the cheapness of all the goods they eat. But French wins in every contest concerning bakery. Arabian and Armenian Bakery are good, but not for as many people as a French Boulangerie, for a good reason SO SWEET, to much honey, sugar, if you eat Arabian sweets and Bakery for a year you die from diabetes. And Cognac is from france, got perfected there, and is way better in this country. And please don't talk about bread no one can beat a Baguette well used. It's even good with nothing in it. And i like Turkish bread way more than others except from France. I can't say it doesn't change with taste, but if you stay objective, French Food is closer to be "The Best Food" than other countries, even if it is sometimes really expensive.
Lianrich Davusmith
Lianrich Davusmith
feed the world let them know it's Christmas time
Lianrich Davusmith
Lianrich Davusmith
do they know it's Christmas
Olga Patson
Olga Patson
Rick needs to learn some dining manners. Watching you eat like a slob is unpleasant.
BRUCE JEANDUC
BRUCE JEANDUC
how do I get to hang out with you Steve?
林明鋒
林明鋒
謝謝
rutgers grappler
rutgers grappler
The French do not like us very much or our food...but they certainly know how to incorporate our Heinz Ketchup in their food @ 3:09.
stvh B
stvh B
rutgers grappler Heinz
stvh B
stvh B
rutgers grappler trust me we got better than Heinzen. They use it either to make you a favor or they are too cheap to buy a decent one.
gottfer
gottfer
there is other brands of ketchup its just a matter of taste x)
Matthew Lewis
Matthew Lewis
In France it is illegal to consume ketchup during sex. 
WWE El Loco
WWE El Loco
French cuisine
Lisa Anthony
Lisa Anthony
A Parisian afternoon.
Brian Clark
Brian Clark
is that right...
britney brit
britney brit
Omg your so lucky the food looked yummy
Lisa Anthony
Lisa Anthony
Nice moments in Paris.
Sylvie D
Sylvie D
Oui j'ai déjà entendu parler c'st plus difficile pour les gens de la bas + mais Paris c'st toujour populaire pour les touristes les 4 saisons !!\ufeff
Lisa Anthony
Lisa Anthony
Oui,Paris c'est super,surtout comme touristes.Pour y travailler,c'st plus difficile!
Sylvie D
Sylvie D
Des beau moment de Paris 🗼📼 des beau souvenir merci Lisa c'est super 🌎 💟
Schlomothebest
Schlomothebest
Wow  - sorry for my English, I'm French ! Which kind of guide is this tour guide !? "Bouquin" is not an old french word ! It's french slang for "book". And it's not "plat principal" but "plat de résistance" ! So much ignorance of french language makes me mad !  And the steak tartare isn't even properly done. Tartare should be freshly chopped using a knife and certainly not a grinder. But "Le Bosquet" is known to be one of this touristy rip-off places Americans seem to like. When will Rick Steves fans will learn to chose their restaurants by themselves ?  My advice for a good restaurant anywhere in France : not more than 5 different choices of "plat de resistance" on the menu, otherwise it's not fresh ! 
IgnacioAgramonte
IgnacioAgramonte
GREAT VIDEOS!
Tom Trinchera
Tom Trinchera
Berthillon isn't just the best sorbet, it's the best ice cream in the WORLD. BTW, don't get it at the restaurants that are near the bridges on the Île Saint-Louis: they overcharge for it. Go to the store itself along the main drag the Rue Saint-Louis en Île, the one that Rick was walking along with his buddy.
TheTraveler
TheTraveler
Whats the name of that restaurant pls?
Rick Steves' Europe
Rick Steves' Europe
This is Le Bosquet, near the Eiffel Tower and Rue Cler.
Vino
Vino
Nive video, BUT \u003e don't eat steak tartare unless you want to get sick. It requires fresh-fresh meat. Buy it and do-it-yourself ! 
TheTraveler
TheTraveler
Tartare is my favourite, I never gotten ill eating it
Dewi78
Dewi78
there's pretty much no chance of getting sick with a steak tartare ordered in a good restaurant...
Alex Norokh
Alex Norokh
А Улитки очень вкусные по-французски
vatonorteno
vatonorteno
After touring Europe for decades, why doesn't Steves speak any other languages?
lohphat
lohphat
There's a Guy Savoy restaurant called "Les Bouquinistes" near Place St. Michel which is where I had my epiphany about French wine and food in 1996 when I was a fresh ex-pat lost in a new culture (6 years of German in school didn't help...) -- Ah the 1989 Chateau Cadet Bon...*sniff* Now these many years later I'm a true blue Francophile (and speak better French!) I return here every trip to pay homage. “To be a Parisian is not to be born in Paris, it’s to be reborn there.” Sacha Guitry
Pulse2AM
Pulse2AM
Berthillon - Île de la Cité/Île Saint Louis.
Pulse2AM
Pulse2AM
The business community doesn't take as long as in times gone by but if you're a tourist there's no rush. Dinner is late so there isn't much in the way of places to eat 4:00 to 7:00.
Ysn McAoui
Ysn McAoui
Its normal for Parisians to take at least 1 hour for lunch ! In allot of european countries its sacret to just chill atleast 1,2 hours around 11:30 -12:30 till 12:45/ 14:00. they just leave work, sit at a restaurant an enjoy there meal have some wine and desserts. In Spain the siesta they take even more time for lunch ! allot are taking 2-3 hours lunch breakes. They just leave there work go outside to a bar of restaurant then take a little nap for 30 minutes and then go back to work.
BakaShad
BakaShad
No, absolutely not, there is some french who dislike cheese :D Just go for the dessert just after the principal plate.
Caramelle Salley
Caramelle Salley
Because of the countless cars saturating the traffic, because of people who can't be bothered to get a plastic bag and clean up after their dogs, because there are so many careless tourists (Paris = most visited place on Earth for ages now) who can't be bothered with throwing their stuff in one of the billions trash cans all over the city (but not just tourists, of course, let's be honest), etc, etc... But you're exagerating a bit, it's not that dirty. I've seen far worse in Europe.
samados969
samados969
Socialist governement ^^
Katan Cheti
Katan Cheti
is every meal that long? or is this like a week end type thing
Dale Van Den Heuvel
Dale Van Den Heuvel
WE WILL BE THERE SOON
black pelican
black pelican
how is possible than parisienn pay 1000 dollars of taxes for paris cleaning and paris stinks and dirt all over.???????????
Quarty
Quarty
that meal look expensive \u003e.\u003c
chadnisha
chadnisha
Where was that sorbet shop?
Mxsmanic
Mxsmanic
If Velvia were a video setting, this would be it!
AK410
AK410
where did they eat?
emgirl21
emgirl21
Love! Ive been there already 4times and each time there is always something new!
rutgers grappler
rutgers grappler
Rick must have some insight on the difference on how foods in Europe taste as compared to the US.I've seen Rick eat a ton of food in some of his episodes and he seems to stay thin.
MaxRWF
MaxRWF
@piefrance When the meat is fresh, there's no more problems than with sushi. And steak tartare is just delicious... :)
neukertification
neukertification
And they still manage to stay skinny with all that rich food that they eat there...must be because they walk a lot too..
Zach Norman
Zach Norman
hahaha 1:22 La Guerre Des Bush.... oh course....
mrcoffie
mrcoffie
@lllovetocook Non
kooldavewarren
kooldavewarren
@piefrance I am studing French and planning a trip to Paris next Spring '12. The francophone people tend to not worry so much with issues such as raw meat. I know, I just cannot imagine, but I hear that the steak tartar is quite good. I will probably try it. Can't be any worse than Sushi, and I like sushi. And the legal drinking age is 16. In Switzerland, our French Professeur drank beer (instead of milk) in her high school.
yankbastard
yankbastard
Frenchieland!
fairiegirlga
fairiegirlga
What is the name of the cafe? We went to france in 09 and will be going back very soon !!
jianh1989
jianh1989
@eonnee hahaha so funny your quotes, but how to tell? I'm Asian but would be interested to know more about France.
Lawrence Cheeley
Lawrence Cheeley
just get his book!
California Travel Tips
California Travel Tips
Beautiful video — so well done! That cheese shop looked amazing!
THESHADOWATCHER
THESHADOWATCHER
Bravo quel endroit magique j ai cassé la croute tout pres de Notre Dame de Paris et terminé avec un espresso , un espresso au bord de la Seine un Must dans une vie