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Smart Parisians, international exhibition-goers and business lunchers eye each other in this chic, cosmopolitan update of the Parisian brasserie Smart Parisians, international exhibition-goers and business lunchers eye each other in this chic, cosmopolitan...

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The high-ceilinged, 17th-century dining room has been stylishly updated This sleek, chic, gourmet bistro on the main thoroughfare of the Ile St-Louis is masterminded by Strasbourg chef Antoine Westermann, who puts the emphasis on revisited French regional...

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This neat, red-and-yellow bistro in the villagey Butte-aux-Cailles district is always a reliable bet This neat, red-and-yellow bistro in the villagey Butte-aux-Cailles district is always a reliable bet, with a friendly unpretentious atmosphere. Chef Christophe...

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Fish is often notoriously expensive in Paris but this restaurant, in a modern part of Montparnasse, has long been one of Paris’s bargains Fish is often notoriously expensive in Paris but this restaurant, in a modern part of Montparnasse, has long been...

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This is the place that made the pancake gourmet Named Breizh after the Breton for Brittany, this is the place that made the pancake gourmet, and although not particularly budget as crêperies go, it’s streets ahead of the competition in terms of quality....

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Tokyo Eat, Paris The big restaurant at the Palais de Tokyo is a fun place to eat and happily it’s now open every day, even when the art space is closed. In winter, it runs inside, along the ground-floor facade of the building, with artists’ chairs and...

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Paradis, Paris It’s hard to resist a name like paradise for a meal out, especially on a street with an ever-growing number of trendy places to eat and drink. In the evening, there’s a large choice of artistically presented creations, perhaps scallops...

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Dans Les Landes, Paris From the outside, this just looks like a cheerful everyday café, but foodwise this is a bistronomic trip to southwest France with some cosmopolitan tinges. There are Asian touches and a few trips across the border to the Spanish...

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Clover, Paris Between leaving Thoumieux and opening the ever-so-modestly named Le Grand Restaurant, openly aimed at acquiring three stars (not yet done), Jean-François Piège and his wife also opened Clover, this tiny little bistro hidden on a St-Germain...

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