I know that many of you are much more familiar with Paris than I, so I won't make this a travelogue. A few observations:
Every day on our way back to our apartment, we passed through the Rue Daguerre, a pedestrian shopping street about 4 blocks long. It seemed fairly large to us and has a wide selection of shops and restaurants. At least one and perhaps more of the tourist guides I've read has said that rotisserie chicken was French comfort food and, never having tasted rotisserie chicken and seeing them prominently displayed, we decided to try a French one. It was very tasty, good but not great, and we thought worth the money (about five euros).
When we got home, we tried rotisserie chickens from Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, Kroger, Foodland and Food Lion. I every case, without exception, the American rotisserie chickens were better than the French one. This was obviously not a thorough trial, but I was a little surprised.
On the same Rue Daguerre we discovered freshly made ravioli and tried several varieties. When we got home, we found that the fresh ravioli at Sam's Club was much better than the stuff we got in France. Also surprising.
We had breakfast one morning at a place on the Place Contrescarpe called Cafe Delmas. For me, Eggs Benedict and a glass of the house white. The Eggs Benedict were the best I've ever had, the orange juice freshly squeezed and the house white more than just acceptable. Cafe Delmas is said to be a little touristy and a little expensive, and perhaps so. 13.5 euros for the Eggs Benedict (also Eggs Norwegien for the same price).