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  • 251. La Bonne Excuse

    We found this new restaurant down the street from our apartment and love it. We planned to go to another restaurant (across the street) and accidentally walked into La Bonne Excuse without looking at...

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  • 252. Auberge Du Bonheur

    Another dandy of the Bois de boulogne and one of my fav that finally took a photo of to show the tip. This is a must and families are welcome. It is like an old summer Norman home with old fashioned...

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  • 253. Bistrot Victoires

    The 1st Arrondissement is the home to, amongst other attractions, the Louvre and is therefore one of the most touristic in Paris. While you’ll find plenty of sandwich shops and even a McDonald’s and...

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  • 254. L'Epicerie Montorgueil

    I was hoping to find a place with good filet steak, and we just happened to see this place. Lot´s of locals eating (witch is allways a good sign, as you know) and went in. I think we had maybe the...

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  • 255. Le Grand Corona

    Great Paris bistro type resto, overlooking the pont de l'Alma and plaza, right off the end of ave George V. Very trendy and people pleaser, been coming here for several years and always make the point...

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  • 256. La Table d'Hédiard

    You might not know it but upstairs from the famous Hédiard shop is a restaurant known as La Table d'Hédiard. Here they showcase some of the food sold in the store below such as the fleur de sel (set...

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  • 257. Le Violon D'Ingres

    Located on the charming rue Saint-Dominique in the 7th arrondissement, le Violon d'Ingres is an exquisite French restaurant. White table cloth and high end service accompany the delicious French...

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  • 258. Bouillon Racine

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Lovely, busy restaurant particularly well located for us, just down the street from our hotel. I wanted a special EASTER DAY dinner, and as many restaurants in Paris are closed on Sundays, I had found...

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  • 259. La Petite Chocolatiere

    If your hotel is close to the Metro station La Motte Picquet Grenelle, skip the hotel breakfast and come to La Petite Chocolatiere! La Petite Chocolatiere is a bakery that serves delicious pastries,...

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  • 260. Madras Cafe

    Bus no 43 from Neuilly deposited me at the bus stop near Gare du Nord and just across from the bus stop was Madras Cafe. As a homage to my friends with whom I spent a lovely time in KL this past week,...

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  • 261. Les Mauvais Garçons

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    We found this place after a prolonged hunt for a restaurant in the area between our apartment (beside the Pompidou Centre) and Le Marais. Brasseries aplenty, but we wanted a restaurant dinner - 1st...

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  • 262. Au Coin Des Gourmets

    With the victory of VietCong in 1975 and even before then, with the defeat of the French at Diem Bien Phu in 1954, the bourgeoisie Vietnamese chose their French exile. the boat people and those with...

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  • 263. Au Rapide

    This Brasserie is diagonally across from Tower Montparnasse (which we went to watch the fireworks on Bastille Day). We reached their about 9:00pm after purchasing our ticket to the observatory deck...

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  • 264. Bellota-Bellota

    Yes, believe it or not on our 2nd visit to Paris in April, 2012 we indeed ate at a Spanish restaurant on our first night in Paris. Was this planned? No, just the opposite. Very much like our first...

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  • 265. Cafe Du Rendez-Vous

    When to this Cafe du Rendez-vous across the road from our hotel for breakfast. The place is pretty quiet for breakfast and, partly, because it is past the morning rush hour anyway. Had a little...

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  • 266. Cafe Le Corona

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    After spending a cultural filled morning at the Louvre, you may decide to walk across the bridge to visit Notre Dame church in Paris. You may be tempted to stop for refreshments at the most obvious...

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  • 267. Cafe Des Phares

    I stopped off one morning at the Cafe des Phares to enjoy its views of the Place de la Bastille, a prime spot for people watching & checking out the winter fashion statements in Paris. Café des Phares...

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  • 268. Camille

    “Lunch kills half of Paris, supper the other half.” — Charles-Louis, Baron de Montesquieu (1689-1755) LIVING TO TELL THE TALE Monsieur le baron did not know the comfortable, lively, neighborhood...

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  • 269. Chao Ba Cafe -CLOSED

    After all these years I've finally found the name of this restaurant, Chào Bà Café. It is actually more than a cafe. It is also a night spot and open till two or five in the morning, depending on the...

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  • 270. Class Croute.

    If you're looking for a dirt-cheap lunch near the Louvre then look no further than this ultra-cheap sandwich & salad shop called Class'Croute. I stopped by the rue des Petits Champs location on my...

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  • 271. Comptoir Du Pantheon

    After visiting The Pantheon we stopped for a coffee. The service was reasonably good, however the coffee was poor. The ice cream was excellent. The food being served to other customers looked...

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  • 272. Creperie Ty Billig - Les Glenan

    We got the recommendation from a local tour guide. We had what we called the best lunch in France. We ordered both salty and sweet crepes. All the selections were excellent. I had mine with foie gras...

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  • 273. Eat Sushi

    The Eat Sushi in the eastern Parisian suburb of Montreuil was a total surprise both before and after. I say “before” because I’d gone to Montreuil to shop the flea market and only happened upon the...

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  • 274. Auberge Nicolas Flamel

    Someone said one day, with fun, that high cuisine is when they use huge dishes for tiny food. This is the case. Though having the sensation that we are paying more for the decoration that we will...

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  • 275. HD Diner

    The diner was visited on the 1 November, at a little after lunchtime. It was a sunday and it was incredibly busy with quite a few tourists - mostly Italian and Spanish. The diner was decorated 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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