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Restaurants for Business Travelers in Paris, France 

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  • 21

    Angelina

    4.5
    50 reviews

    A wonderful place for leisurely breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea. Ok, it is always a good time to grab a nice piece of pastry and hot chocolate. If haven't got time for sit down meal, they offer take away option out front but eating in the classically decorated dining area is highly recommended.

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  • 22

    Léon de Bruxelles

    4.5
    8 reviews

    I was dying for some good mussels and red raving reviews about this place, so I made a trip to check this place out only to be a bit disappointed. The mussels were very average and the fries - very American. There was only one waiter serving 10 busy tables and no bus boys. It may have just been the ...

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  • 23

    Le Grand Colbert

    4.5
    8 reviews

    would they be as famous as they are now if Jack Nicholson didn't look for his love Dianne Keaton in the film something gotta give...but anyway a great place to have a real nice french dinner

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  • 24

    Frenchie

    I haven't been, but EVERYONE and their mother recommends it.

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  • 25

    Buddha Bar

    4
    15 reviews

    OK, for some folks, this might be a little more touristy than hip, but I had a really fun time here. It's a ridiculously spectacular nightclub that doubles as an excellent restaurant during early evening hours. What's fun is to time your dinner late enough to watch the transition from one to another - a place of refined elegance and ...

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  • 26

    L'As Du Fallafel

    4.5
    34 reviews

    I had my first fallafel here and it was delicious. Totally recommend it. Pretty popular place in the Marais area. I highly recommend getting your fallafel to go. The place is pretty small and always busy- hmm...I wonder why?! :)

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  • 27

    Le Ciel de Paris

    5
    6 reviews

    One of the best places to see the sunset, city view, and Eiffel Tower. Come here for sunset, and you'll be amazed at the view and the city. The bar staff is friendly and they don't pressure you if you just sit at the bar for a drink while you watch and wait for the Eiffel Tower lights to come ...

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  • 28

    Le Chateaubriand

    5
    9 reviews

    Recently rated one of the top 50 restaurants in the world, this is a great place: "It's hard not to be excited by Le Chateaubriand. It is effortlessly cool, understated yet accomplished, democratic, affordable and, perhaps most importantly, fun. Its lack of airs and graces – hard chairs and bare tables, the take-it-or-leave-it five-course fixed-price menu and the championing of ...

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  • 29

    Fauchon

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Fauchon's restaurant upstairs of the store can easily be a tourist trap, but it is not. The ambiance is very chic and pink and the service staff, very chic and pink. The food is quite beautifully plate and most important of all, delicious! Set menus and a la carte are both available, just be sure to order dessert at the ...

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  • 30

    Café Pouchkine

    Magical and creative pastry treats marrying Russian opulence and French elegence. Fresh and delicious, the pouchkine gold dusted macrons are heavenly. Perfect pairing with champagne, of course.

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  • 31

    L’Avant Comptoir

    5
    4 reviews

    Could eat here every day if it would be possible to get in every day try the pigs ears and anything foie gras

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  • 32

    Restaurant du Musee d'Orsay

    wow, this setting, and in combination with the museum, perfect lunch, city center. enjoy real french food and traditional atmosphere

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  • 33

    Café de Flore

    4.5
    27 reviews

    Yes it's an overpriced tourist trap, but I still love it and there's no better place to go for an after dinner espresso, or an after dinner Irish coffee--(the baileys is added table side).

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  • 34

    Pierre Hermé

    5
    6 reviews

    There are several Pierre Herme stores in Paris. Some may argue that the original store in the Saint-Germain des Prés area should be THE one to visit. For me, there is something to be said about admiring (and eating of course) beautifully and deliciously created macrons AND macrons bonbons...and then stroll down the street to see the most beautiful store ...

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  • 35

    Chez Paul

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Wowooow first time having escargot! Sooo delicious! This restaurant is phenomenal! The French onion soup and black pepper steak were top notch as well!

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  • 36

    Laduree

    4
    10 reviews

    To be fair, I'm not a huge macaron fan, but Laduree is overrated and already everywhere else in the world. There are better spots for an afternoon treat. Though, the attached tea room looked adorable, and might be worth a (likely expensive) shot.

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  • 37

    Berthillon

    4.5
    25 reviews

    The ice cream here is the most delicious ice cream you can have in Paris. It is super famous and they are all made fresh.

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  • 38

    Amorino

    5
    18 reviews

    OMG, the best tasting gelato in Paris so far! For the price of 1 scoop 1 flavor at Berthillon, you can have up to 3 flavors at Amorino! The fruit flavored gelatos were so good, it was bursting with fresh fruitiness. I ordered a passion fruit, mango, and peach. Soo soo good! It's also very pretty, they shape the gelato ...

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  • 39

    Boulangeries Paul

    4
    19 reviews

    Paul has to be the most mainstream place to eat in Paris - but not fast food. it's a boulangerie (bakery) with a delicious assortment of bread, sandwiches and pastries. The croissant and the pain aux amandes are specially lovely. In some of their locations they have a dining room where you can have lunch as well.

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  • 40

    Train Bleu (Le)

    Stunning. Expensive. Fancy. Go have a glass of champagne and watch people come and go.

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