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, perfect for making sandwiches or enjoying with cheese.

Croissant: A buttery, flaky pastry that is often enjoyed for breakfast or as a snack.

Cheese: France is known for its wide variety of cheeses, including favorites like Camembert, Brie, and Roquefort.

Macarons: Delicate, colorful sandwich cookies made with almond flour and filled with ganache, buttercream, or jam.

Crepes: Thin, pancake-like creations that can be filled with sweet fillings like Nutella or savory fillings like ham and cheese.

Foie Gras: A rich and creamy duck or goose liver pâté that is often served as an appetizer.

Coq au Vin: A classic French dish made with chicken braised in red wine, mushrooms, onions, and bacon.

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

Bouillabaisse: A traditional Provençal fish stew made with a variety of fish and shellfish, flavored with saffron and other herbs and spices.

Creme Brulee: A rich custard dessert topped with a layer of caramelized sugar, creating a crunchy contrast to the creamy custard.