I am visiting Paris (from San Francisco) in September along with a couple nights in Burgundy. So obviously we're going to be visiting Paris for French food (woohoo!) and we're very excited, but I was wondering if there are any 'regional' French food that is totally different and unique that we should consider trying? Are there particular regions in France that has a very special and unique style of cooking? From my understanding cuisine from Normandy is very seafood oriented and Burgundy has a lot of rich stews, etc. Anything worth trying? And any specific recommendations would be helpful too!
My second question is would it be worth trying some Italian or Spanish or German restaurants? It'd be good to try to change things up from the heavy and rich French food and try something a little different, especially we'll probably not be visiting those countries during this particular visit
Thanks again! (By the way, any recommendation is welcome, whether is non-Michelin or 3 Michelin)
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