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Italian grocery and cafe where you can have an informal lunch

Wine, cheese, charcterie, pasta, sauces, and more

Location:

51 Rue des Martyrs 75009 (9th) Paris, France
Metro: Pigalle
Phone: +33 (0)1 48 74 07 50

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Soleil Gourmand

Soleil Gourmand

Cuisine Provencale, excellent salads, quiche, and desserts. Nice for lunch

Location:
10, Rue Ravignan, 75018 Paris
Metro: Abbesses
Phone: +33 (0)1 42 51 00 50

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Cafe la Palette

Cafe la Palette

Great terrace for aperitifs and heated in winter.  Super tartines.

The head waiter Jean-Claude rules the roost and can be quite surly but a smile goes a long way towards wearing down his gruff exterior

Location:

43, Rue Seine, 75006 Paris
Metro: Mabillon
Phone: +33 (0)1 43 26 68 15

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Cafe les Deux Magots

Cafe les Deux Magots

One of the most famous and oldest cafes in Paris, opened in 1885 – an all important address.

Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the terrace overlooking Blvd St Germain when the weather is good!

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 15 out of 30 (fair to good)
Decor: 20 out of 30 (very good to excellent)
Service:16 out of 30 (good to very good)
Cost: 37 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location:

6, Place St Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris, France
Metro: St Germain des Pres

Phone +33 (0) 1 45 48 55 25

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www.lesdeuxmagots.fr

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Cafe de Flore

Cafe de Flore

A Paris landmark. Slightly on the expensive side for a cafe, but along with its neighbor, Les Deux Magots, part of Paris’ literary history. Good eggs, frites, coffee, etc. Great Terrace.

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 15 out of 30 (fair to good)
Decor: 19 out of 30 (good to very good)
Service: 16 out of 30 (good to very good)
Cost: 35 euros (for one drink and one entree)

Location:

174, Boulevard St Germain, 75006 Paris
Metro: St Germain des Pres

Phone: +33 1 45 44 35 09

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