Who doesn't enjoy eating in Paris? Whether it's a buttery croissant at Bread & Roses or an upscale five-course French feast at Guy Savoy, there is much to adore about the food in Paris. As for cuisine, you'll find mostly French food and plenty of it, although you can seek out everything from Middle Eastern (Chez Marianne) to Asian (Ze Kitchen Gallerie). As one of the food capitals of the world, Paris packs its restaurants, so book ahead, when possible. Keep in mind that most restaurants expect only one seating per night, so you will never be rushed despite the crowds. The local cafés, which tend to operate continuously from morning to night, make for a great off-hours or no-reservation meal.