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1. Posted by Vovovo (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y

Hi,

I was on holidays in Paris and I had 2 weeks. During this time I had visit few places, restaurants with classic french food. I am wondering which restaurant in Paris do you like the most?

My favourite is restaurant "Au jardin". When I entered this place the first feeling was "what a great athmosphere"! Decoration is very nice. Service - waiters - are two - really nice polish girl and the second one is owner. Service is very fast; food is great - best I had eaten in Paris during all stay. Cost isn,t very big and this is in centre of city - near of St Michele place!

I've took visit cqrd and there is a web page: www.aujardin.biz - if you are in paris you must check this place I think!

2. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

Gad - I found it way too expensive to eat out in Paris. Except for two little suppers at a local place down the street, I lived on Nutella Crepes and milk from the corner store. That milk was soooo incredibly good - I don't know what they put in it, but I'm craving a pint now...

3. Posted by le_ffrench (Budding Member 39 posts) 11y

Here are a couple of ideas:

Bistrot et Terroir - 01 40 28 02 62. Adress :, 95 rue St Honoré
75001 PARIS (Louvre/Chatelet).
Classic French food with a few surprises (try their "hamburger" or the "crac, hummm, crac" or the "chocolate nem"). Good wines you can order one glass at a time.
23 Euros for a three course menu

Au Petit Théâtre
15, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré 75001 Paris Tel : 01 42 61 00 93 (same area as above)
A restaurant specialized in pig meat (if you dare, try their "pieds de cochon, I personnally do not fancy that, but...)
28+ Euros

Domaine de Lintillac 54, Rue Blanche 75009 Paris
Tel : 01 48 74 84 36 (Bourse/Opera)
South Western France cuisine (cassoulet, duck products) and wines. Fair prices, but be sure to book in advance

L'Ambassade d'Auvergne 22, Rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare 75003 Paris
(Centre Georges Pompidou). Massif Central Cuisine (potée, tripoux, aligot). 28 / 30+ Euros menu

Pain Vin Fromage (Bread, Wine, Cheese) 3, Rue Geoffroy-l’Angevin 75004 Paris Tel : 01 42 74 07 52 (Centre Georges Pompidou)
One of the places to go to discover a selection of the 350+ French cheese varieties. Around 15/20 Euros if I remember well

La Cave de l'Os à Moelle 181, Rue de Lourmel 75015 Paris
Tel : 01 45 57 28 28
A wine bar that also provides meals on evenings. A bit atypical as they do not serve you (you get the dishes yourself). Two services every evening at 19.00 and 22.00
20 Euros

Prices are without wine.
Be sure to phone / Book in advance in these restaurants.

Check out this website for more details

4. Posted by coolman (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y

You can try pub Brazil after it is amazing, you can eat all kinds of meet. I do not know exactly where it is located in but it is in the center.

Regards,

khalid