The Only 10 Foods You Need to Eat in France

Baguette: A long, thin loaf of French bread with a crispy crust and soft interior, often enjoyed fresh from the bakery.

Croissant: A buttery, flaky pastry that is a staple of French breakfasts.

Cheese: France is famous for its variety of cheeses, such as Brie, Camembert, and Roquefort.

Foie Gras: A rich and creamy liver pâté, often served as an appetizer.

Escargots: Snails cooked in garlic butter, a classic French delicacy.

Coq au Vin: A hearty dish of chicken braised in red wine, mushrooms, and onions.

Bouillabaisse: A traditional Provencal fish stew made with a variety of seafood and flavored with saffron.

Ratatouille: A vegetable stew made with eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions, seasoned with herbs de Provence.

Crepes: Thin pancakes filled with sweet or savory fillings, such as Nutella, jam, or cheese and ham.

Macarons: Delicate, colorful almond meringue cookies filled with ganache, buttercream, or jam.