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Is 150 Euro in my pocket enough to have 6 days food at Rennes city, France?

Of course I will prefer low budged food like bread, rice, biriyani, chicken or eag etc?

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    Would I be correct in understanding from the last paragraph that you'll have access to cooking facilities? – Peter Taylor Aug 24 at 14:51
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    You can use numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Rennes to help figure that out. – Traveller Aug 24 at 15:07
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    What's tolerable to eat, and how much is required, will differ greatly because of eater's food preferences, as well as the eater's size and appetite. Thus, I think this question is both too broad and opinion-based. I voted to close. – David Aug 24 at 15:15
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    How will you prepare the food? – Bernhard Döbler Aug 24 at 16:17
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Yes.

Rennes has four Lidls, https://www.lidl.fr. They all have bakeries.

150 euros buys you about 450 croissants, or about 25kg of tzatziki, or about the same amount of moussaka. In other words, you can eat about 4kg of moussaka every day for 150 euros in six days, without overshooting your budget.

  • While at LIDL, buy pasteque and feta cheese as well...taste sooooo good in the parc. – Max Jasper Aug 24 at 16:12
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    There are many other shops, where they have traditional French food, which are hardly more expensive and give a much more satisfying experience. – Willeke Aug 24 at 17:34
  • Buy bread pudding from the boulangerie. – Weather Vane Aug 24 at 17:57
  • what is croissants? – M. A. SARKAR Aug 24 at 18:31
  • A croissant is a very typical pastry found in French bakeries. – Zach Lipton Aug 24 at 19:00

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