You can visit Paris a hundred times and never repeat a restaurant or a café. You can visit Hédiard, Fauchon, or the food hall of Galleries Lafayette. You could buy a punnet of figs or blackberries, and eat them on a park bench in a quiet corner of the city with not a tourist in sight. Or you could go to rue Montorgueil and shop like a Parisian housewife: with an elegant shopping basket and a list of cheese, pâté and some other necessities of life in the boutique stores in the area. G Detou is just one purveyor of fine foods around this famous Paris street, but there are butchers, cheesemongers and a bar or two with real zinc counters.