Courbevoie Travel Guide

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Courbevoie Restaurants

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    by thinking Written May 16, 2009

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    This is a very busy family owned and run small restaurant.
    It is filled with the French at lunch time from noon to 14h00.

    Only one person makes the crepes and you can see him from your table.
    He is excellent and so are his crepes.
    Closed Dimache et lundi soir.

    Favorite Dish: I love La Mixte which is vegetarian.
    I always order a bottle of cidre with this menu to share with friends.

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    by cochinjew Written Feb 8, 2008

    Just yesterday went to this restaurant for the first time. I have added it to the restaurant tips on Paris
    pleasant service
    gentle decoration
    good food

    Favorite Dish: Duck grilled with tamarind sauce
    giant prawns in green curry inside an open coconut
    mango salad
    sticky rice

    there are set menus for lunch at 16 euros and 23 euros for dinner. but it seemed a lot to eat..

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    by cochinjew Written Nov 2, 2006

    An intimate eatery, run by people from Bretagne. Obviously, Crepes and Cider! friendly service and tasty crepes. Neighbourhood atmsophere and usually a friendly crowd.

    Favorite Dish: I have eaten here more than once. My last meal included:

    crepe with eggs, onions, cheese
    crepe with chocolate with gran marnier on top, flambe

    cider

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Courbevoie Local Customs

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    by thinking Updated Jul 20, 2006

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    The French like their markets and fresh local foods.
    The Charras Market is located in Charras shopping center in the back.
    It is open on Thursday mornings at 8h00 to 13h00, on Friday from 3h30 to 7h00, and on Sunday from 8h00 to 13h00.
    Fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, bread, pastry are all sold.
    In the back, they also sell clothing, things for the kitchen and all sorts of odds and ends.

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    • Study Abroad

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