The American Dream is an American restaurant, in front of the Hotel Scribe, near the Paris Opera. Its outside wall is particular, featuring an American policeman, a clown, a kind of Elvis in three dimensions, next to the Blues Brothers. It serves typical American food, with an American theme something for tourists in Paris who are tired of French food and miss a burger, or want to have a great time with the kids. The menu includes chilis, Mexican, about 12 euros per dish, giant salads, for 12 euros, fish platter for 15 euros, fish fried or cooked as in the south of the country, and of course grilled meats and chicken (between 12 and 20 euros depending on the piece). For a healthier option try the bagels, in total, it generally comes to around 20 euros per person, quite expensive for what it is.
This place is very easy to locate. You get to the train station of Versailles. You go out, You cross the street to the Palace of Versailles and the end of it you're will find it. I really liked it because it was very clean and not your typical fast food restaurant, very comfortable and in my opinion with some very good prices. Above all if you compare them with what is paid in other places in Paris, it is a good deal. You Pay for a chocolate come. That is a chocolate with cream which ones out to € 2.30. That is about same as you would pay in Spain.
Frenchie To Go is the fast-casual outpost of Gregory Marchand, one of Paris’ upcoming culinary stars and founder of the intensely popular Frenchie just a few doors down. Frenchie To Go specializes in British and American comfort food made with care, authenticity, and top-quality ingredients.
Think dishes like pulled pork sandwiches, lobster rolls, classic pastrami on rye, the best Reuben sandwiches found anywhere in the city, and a plethora of homemade cookies and desserts, not to mention one of the better selections of draft and bottled beers I’ve found in Paris. It’s open from 8:30 in the morning until 6:00 in the afternoon, and also makes a great place for a tasty savory breakfast if you’re getting a bit tired of croissants!
True to its name, you can get all the dishes to go but I’d recommend grabbing a seat in the small dining room to enjoy the atmosphere and the curious mix of locals and expats wandering through the door. The best part (aside from the food): the price. Almost all menus items range between 5.00 and 15.00 euros, and the quality is more tan worth it!