Paris is the city and capital of France, known as the City of Lights. It is France's largest city. With regard to food, Paris has a lot to offer, choices for food in Paris are all over town, from upscale hotels to intimate restaurants to cafes. Moreover, cuisines from all over the world can be found in Paris (Asian, Indian, Arabic, and other international foods) and not restricted to traditional French delights. Also, to to convenience, fast food chains are rising in popularity.

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