The last part of my trip to Metz, France took me to a Wine and Gatronomy Exhibition. Flea market shopping and then my pick of French foods? Yes, please. It just so happened that the same day as the flea market, they were also having the food expo. It was in the same building and entry is free. This is a place where you can sample the finest French and worldly foods, such as beef, cheeses, beers, wines, macarons, quiches, and so on. Everything was excellent and the people were very friendly. Mostly everyone there spoke English. Check out the foods below.
Even though I found a lot of cheap scores at the flea market, the food expo was crazy expensive. You find yourself enjoying a sample of nougat, buying a slice, and then finding out it's 15 Euro! We did buy a quite a few items above. Here's a list and prices:
- French Macarons- 10 Euro
- French Wine- 10 Euro
- French Beer- I think 20 Euro?
- French Nougat 15 Euro
- Swiss Cheese- 17 Euro
- Greek Olive Tapenade- 8 Euro
There are also two other parts to this trip.
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