What is a Croque-monsieur?
A croque monsieur is traditionally made with boiled ham between two slices of brioche-like bread, topped with grated cheese, and is baked or fried so that the cheese topping melts and forms a crust. The dish originated in French cafés and bars as a quick snack.
Where to eat Croque-monsieur in Paris
1. Café Trama
Café Trama is serving up the best croque monsieur in town. The bread they use from Poujauran bakery (a very well known bakery among Parisians) and a pinch of truffle salt is what makes this croque monsieur stand out from the rest.