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Sep 24, 2007 02:48 PM

Sunday Night Dinner?

We will be in Paris next week and I am looking for restaurants recs for Sunday night. Any neighborhood is acceptable. We will be dining at Les Papilles, Le Florimond and Le Pamphlet the other nights that we are there... anything else that we need to try? Looking to spend max of $100 a person.

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  1. Sunday is not easy but here is a really good place, Michelin Bibb Gourmand too:

    1. Two that pop to mind are Mon Vieil Ami and Le Petit Pontoise.

      1. 100$ is 70€, right? I would say La Cave de l'Os à Moelle, l'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, (carefully to keep your budget) La Rotonde, L'Auberge Bressane.

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        1. re: souphie

          Sorry to say but I think more like 60E now.

          1. re: f2dat06

            take Robuchon out, but the other still work

            1. re: f2dat06

              Actually, 70 euros is correct, not 60.

              1. re: fishskis

                So we're into currency trading now?

          2. We usually end up in Paris on Sunday evenings. These are three places we liked:
            Pramil Restaurant 9 rue Vertbois 01 43 25 20 79 M- Arts & Métier
            L'Ardoise 28 rue du Mont-Thabor M-Concorde
            Fish La Boissiere - 69 rue de Seine M-Ste Germain

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            1. re: AGM_Cape_Cod

              Had never been to Le Pamphlet, but after seeing it being recommended on this board many times, we decided to have our last meal in Paris there.
              It was a very pleasant surprise.
              Three course set dinner menu, with several choices, is quite reasonable at 35E
              Traded with S, who ordered the leg of pork, thinking it was the "hock" (we had just spent a week in Brussels, before arriving in France).
              Gave him my lamb chops which looked good, and to my surprise the pork was very thinly spiced, and melted in the mouth.
              Loved this dish.
              Along with our regular favorites, we managed with your help, to find a few new food experiences in Paris
              So thanks to all.