To visit a City of Lights and not try the local oysters poured with aromatic lemon juice is a real crime. Be sure to try a local delicacy.
Where else to try oysters, if not in Paris? There are so many varieties of them: oysters Marennes-Oleron, Bouzigues, Gravette and of course the Breton Oysters Belon.
The cost of a dozen oysters in restaurants is from €18 to €30. If you buy oysters on the market, you can save some money - here a dozen of clams will cost from €6 to €20. In order not to get hurt, you can ask the seller to open the oysters, and not to eat on the curb near the market, it's better to wrap a delicacy with you and have a dinner in some more picturesque place
from €20 in the restaurant and from €6 on the market.
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