Paris Restaurants

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  • 401. Lao Siam

    This restaurant was recommended to me by someone on Chowhound.com when I had a craving for Thai curry. Like a lot of Asian restaurants that I have eaten in, it's not charming. However the chicken...

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  • 402. Le Buci

    We needed a break so stopped at this cafe in the student quarter for a drink. I had hot chocolate and my companions had coffee. The cafe had tables on the pavement and also space indoors. The...

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  • 403. Le Camélia - Bougival

    Bougival is EAST of St-Germain-en-Laye, and WEST of Paris. Le Camélia is the best restaurant in Bougival and I ate there by chance -- life offers beautiful surprises. I took the RER train from Champ...

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  • 404. Comptoir Du Relais

    Saint Germain area, a few steps from the metro station, this lovely brasserie will definitely make you happy. The tewnty and something tables are always full. The décor is classic French, and the...

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  • 405. Le Troquet

    This popular family style Basque restaurant, located in a working class neighborhood in the 15th, is well worth the visit and I found it written up in a major American newspaper (can't remember the...

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  • 406. 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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  • 407. Pema Thang

    Pema Thang is a small restaurant on two levels. It's the less glitzy of a pair of Tibetan restaurants beside each other, but it looked more authentic to Tiny (who knows that area of the world), so we...

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  • 408. Prik Thai

    Prik Thai is run by a husband and wife team. She is from Thailand and he is French. They were very nice. When I went the restaurant was empty and remained so while I was there. Since I arrived at 7, I...

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  • 409. Rajapreuk - CLOSED

    Looking up at various thai restaurants, one could easily separate the ones which are popular for other reasons than food and little homely thai restaurants, where the food would be equally good. we...

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  • 410. Le Carre

    good soothing ambiance, chic, modern, inventive cuisine, near gare st lazare and facing the church of Saint Augustin. Open mondays to fridays from 8h to 01h, Saturdays from 10 to 01h, closed sundays....

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  • 411. 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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  • 412. Mandarin de Neuilly -Neuilly-sur-Seine

    This has been around for a long time, it looks like. the owners are an old couple who seem to be on familiar terms with lots of the diners who also look old like them. the waiters seem to be fresh out...

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  • 413. Closerie Des Lilas

    You don't have to have degrees in French literature, Napoleonic history, or the life of Ernest Hemingway to enjoy this classic French restaurant, bar, and brasserie located in the St. Germain section...

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  • 414. Le Wepler

    3 out of 5 stars

    The food was adequate, albeit not what was expected from the reviews. But, the service was terrible! If you are looking for a pleasant night out, stay away from Le Wepler: the service will give you...

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  • 415. Chez Clovis

    Very local cafe. No tourist here (except us!). Wait staff very prompt and courteous... a theme that would repeat itself all over Paris! The menu was a little more daring as my wife noticed a few words...

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  • 416. Le Café

    It used to be a nice spot with a nice cheap rough french snacks and salad but it turned out to be a pain of the ass today. First the manager wasn't paying any attention when we make our order and...

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  • 417. 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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  • 418. Brasserie La Pointe St. Eustache

    typical French traditional resto in the area of the church Saint Eustache , walking by and thought of VT. here is a photo of this nice place in a nice area One of my strongest point its open every day...

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  • 419. Malongo Cafe

    Here's a hip little place to pop into for your morning coffee and croissant. They play hip music, there's free wi-fi, and they're committed to the environment (this website listed on their receipts:...

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  • 420. Tabac De La Muette

    This is one of the thousands French cafes mix in with a tabac the wonderful place where you can have a stamp a lotto ticket, even a newspaper and have a nice light meal with a drink while watching the...

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  • 421. Au Vieux Comptoir

    I can't begin to write enough good things about this cafe/wine bar. This was our last dinner in Paris. We read the menu outside earlier in the day and it looked good. The inside looked to be very...

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  • 422. L'Ardoise 86 - Jean Bart

    Not far from Place des Vosges, this little Breton bistro serves crepes, and larger meals such as moules frites. We went for the later, and very good they were too. I think they were 8euros, which is a...

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  • 423. Bistro Lepicurien

    This small bistro is located near the Place du Teatre but far enough away that there were no other tourists in the restaurant. I ran into friends Anne and Jim on a Montmartre walking tour, so we had...

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  • 424. Brasserie Pépinière

    In the 8th arrondissement, a high-fashion expensive area of Paris, it's difficult to find an inexpensive place to eat. Well, I've found one, Brasserie de la Pépinière which has a takeaway window...

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  • 425. Au Gros Caillou

    When you hang around in the big city in the summer you need a lot to drink, but if Paris, you do not carry you water bottle, in Paris, when ever I’m thirsty I stop and sit in a café, so here is...

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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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