Going to Paris
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try this website www.thefork.com
it provides discounts (sometimes 50% off) and you will be able to choose and book the kind of restaurant you want.Comment.about 1 month ago. Report
- Pain Vin Fromages3 Rue Geoffroy l'Angevin, 75004 Paris, Francerecommended Pain Vin FromagesIf you want to have your cheese, and eat it too, in about 76 different ways, head to Pain Vin Fromages (Bread, Wine, Cheese). The sections of the menu include Fondue and Raclette. Cheese and meat ... read moreplates from each area of France are listed on a cute little map, and the wine list includes some delicious bordeaux. Casual, friendly, with scope for some real gourmand pigging out a la francaise, it's definitely worth an evening and the 50 or so euro you'll spend a head..Comment.3 months ago. ReportJulia P
And in case you decide you want to go with French food....I love this place!
recommended ParisParis is the perfect combination of continental and cosmopolitan. The decadence is without parallel-streets include a cheese store, a chocolate store, a wine store and, maybe, some oysters. Don't miss ... read morethe Marais. Don't miss walking around for hours-the Sainte Chapelle, the Louvre, and the Musee d'Orsay are all worth a trip, but for my money, wandering the city and having macarons for lunch captures the spirit of bohemien paris..Comment.3 months ago. ReportJulia P
Hey there! I'd try Cyclo or Le Cambodge. I haven't been to either, but I've heard they're both good. Hope that's helpful!