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  • 251. Gelati d'Alberto

    For me Gelati d'Alberto is to ice cream what Pierre Herme is to macarons. It's the best. Alberto has most of the same flavors as other glaceries, but with a different touch. And he also has some...

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  • 252. Les Délices d'Aphrodite & Mavrommatis

    Gourmet Greek Spanakokeftedes, spanakopitta, dolmades, keftedes, tarama, thalassini… if these words sing to you, you will love the restaurants of the Mavrommatis brothers. Within a few hundred meters...

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  • 253. Flora Danica

    You can sit down at this Danish restaurant on the Champs-Elysées or just take away the most delicious sandwiches, like the roast-beef one that looks like it's raw but is actually delicious! Sandwich...

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  • 254. Aux fins Gourmets

    This is where we had our anniversary dinner. Thanks to MarcG for helping us pick it! It was, in our eyes, a very typical little french restaurant. The food was great, the wine was wonderful and the...

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  • 255. Dragons Elysées

    C'EST LE PREMIER RESTAURANT "SUR EAU"...... WALKING UPON WATER...a unique SITE , ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RESTAURANTS in Paris, at a stone's throw of the famous champs Elysées the finest CHINESE AND...

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  • 256. L'Ilot Vache

    In years past, L'Ilot Vache Restaurant, situated conveniently at the juncture of Rue des Deux Ponts and Rue de L'Isle St Louis, was a draw for locals and tourists alike i search of good food at...

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  • 257. Le Gai Moulin

    The restaurant is in the Marais Gay District. It is a petit restaurant but it is quite charming. Be prepare to sit next to other people as the table are side by side but that make it easier to make...

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  • 258. Bistro Saint Ferdinand

    This is a mini chain on Dorr, the man behind the concept, here you get one menu for 42€ including a bottle of wine for two, entrée, plat,dessert,and coffee, . It was full of business folks,and even...

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  • 259. La Criee

    Restaurnat de Poissons et de fruits de mer Seems they now have several locations, where we had dinner on a rainy sunday night was at Levallois-Perret, very close to the Pont Levallois. very nice...

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  • 260. Le Centre Halles

    This was probably not the best option for eating a good French meal, but considering that it was our first night in Paris and was quite late, it was one of the few possibilities we had in Les Halles...

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  • 261. Le Chaland

    Nice surroundings, right by the Canal St Martin. A few tables outside. The food though was disappointing: -Porc cheek with wine sauce at 11 euros (in 2008) - good meat but the sauce tasted like it was...

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  • 262. La Rhumerie

    This used to be a place where you could order very good rums and fine cigars, but since the new law against smoking in establishments has gone into effect, the cigars are no longer on the menu. There...

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  • 263. Le Comptoir des Saints-Pères

    I enjoyed a tasty ham on a baguette. The onion soup is a nice one that isn't too salty. There are two daily specials for the dinner crowd. But get there early or they will be out! Good wines by the...

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  • 264. Maison Blanche

    Located in the Latin Quarter, part of the tightly packed corridor of restaurants that make the Latin Quarter famous, Maison Blanche offers one of the best set menu's in the district. For 10 euro I was...

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  • 265. Vesuvio Café

    On the Champs-Elysees we stopped at a nice café with a terrace overlooking the Arc de Triomphe – Vesuvio Café. This restaurant has been family run for decades and our simple meal here was one of the...

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  • 266. Pom' Cannelle

    Pom' Cannelle is one of the numerous crêperies on Ile de la Cité / Ile St. Louis. Their crêpes (pancakes) are very good, as is the icecream of Berthillon. Also a good place for lunch. They serve...

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  • 267. La Cremaillere

    One of several restaurants in place de Tertre. We thought this would be well out of our price range due to the touristy location but it was actually quite reasonable. Many of the restaurants do...

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  • 268. La Fresque

    I was curious about this restaurant as it was mentioned in one of my favourite books: 'Almost French - A New Life in Paris' by Sarah Turnbull. We visited in March 2008 and, not surprisingly for a...

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  • 269. La Galette Des Moulins

    The French are famous for their pastries and as we walked through the city we saw them in cafes and bakery windows everywhere. We dropped into this one for coffee and pastry as we walked the side...

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  • 270. Le Petit Marcel

    This is a nicely located French brasserie located just right for lunch after exploring Centre Pompidou. It is very French, unpretentious and serves the basics. As I often do at lunch I had an open...

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  • 271. Le Pre Verre

    Le Prè Verre is a very modern, busy restaurant that serves French dishes with an Asian twist. The dècor is all about clean lines and a 'quirky' atmosphere. They have an extensive wine list, but, as I...

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  • 272. Pierre Herme

    PIERRE HERME: best macarons in the world. We tried them at all possible places in Paris: Laduree, Paul, LeNotre, etc. Nothing can even come close to Pierre Herme - simply the best! For locations...

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  • 273. Sufren

    Le SUFFREN is very near the Eiffel tower, so it is a good choice after visiting the attraction. Mark, my partner, took me there for dinner after visiting the Tower and I have to said that this one it...

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  • 274. Chez Gladines

    Very nice restaurant, very lively and from my point of view very french, bistro-style, no fancy stuff. Not many tourists there. The food is basque, if i remember correctly, with a great selection of...

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  • 275. Le Coq

    Dine at Le Coq at the Trocadero. Go in the evening and if you can only stop for a drink it is worth doing, as the Tower is beautifully lit. Goat's cheese sandwiched by sweet red peppers. Fish. For...

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It's good that walking in Paris is so enjoyable, because dining in Paris provides endless possibilities to expand your waistline! How to choose? You can eat at Michelin 3 stars, classic bistros...

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