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July trip to Paris

Stephanie Jun 22, 2006 10:08 PM

I have made reservations at the following for our (myself and 18 year old daughter) upcoming trip to Paris:

Maison du Jardin
La Bastide Odeon
L'Avant Gout
Bon Accuiel
Atlier de Joel Robuchon

These are all for dinner except Atlier. I need one more recommendation for dinner. We are staying in the 6th but will travel anywhere. I have already tried Comptior but it is booked. Any suggestions? Or is there anything on this list that you do not recommend.

Thanks for all the help.

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    wyf4lyf RE: Stephanie Jun 23, 2006 01:33 AM

    For a wonderful treat, go to La Truffiere. It's not cheap, but it is amazing. It's in the 5th. For a less expensive option, we adored Le P'tit Troquet in the 7th.

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      fai jay (fai jackson) RE: Stephanie Jun 23, 2006 07:47 AM

      I think you and your daughter would enjoy Ze Kitchen Galerie. It is a lovely space in a wonderful location and the food is excellent. The chef is well known and held in high esteem. 4 rue des grands augustins, 6th arr. 01 44 32 00 32. fax 01 44 32 00 33, email www.zekitchen.galerie@wanadoo.fr.

      I also highly recommend Chez Jean on St. Lazare in the 9th arr. It was just awarded its first Michelin star. The owners formerly worked at Taillevant. Frederick was a superb waiter and his wife worked in the office with M. Vrnat. They are very lovely and warm people and the food is tres bon.

      Enjoy and report to us when you get back.

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        jottawalee RE: Stephanie Jun 23, 2006 12:57 PM

        a good balance for eating hi on the hog is a picnic on the pont des artes. often a wacky boho backpacker and family scene in the evenings, may appeal to the 18 y.o. and getting together a good picnic is no problem from a good traiteur

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          teezeetoo RE: Stephanie Jun 29, 2006 05:30 PM

          I loved L'Os a Moelle in the 11th on Rue Vasca de Gama and its wine bar, across the street, is a fairly "happening" place from an 18 year old's perspective.

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