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Suggestions for paris 6 er dining please...

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andee Oct 10, 2011 11:04 AM

We will be there at the end of this month,staying near Jardin Luxembourg.Thanks so so much!

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  1. Parigi RE: andee Oct 10, 2011 02:47 PM

    Budget
    Type of cuisine
    Type of setting
    Importance of location? If yes, which side of the garden

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      andee RE: Parigi Oct 10, 2011 03:54 PM

      We are staying on the Rue Vaugirard near the senate.We love all kinds of food! Up to 50 euros per person is OK.Really appreciate it...

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        Parigi RE: andee Oct 10, 2011 04:07 PM

        Quite near you, Les Papilles have very good French comfort food and have a large table, large enough for six, which happens to be the only table with large, uncramped space in the resto. In fact another current thread just mentioned it. Which reminds me, have you tried the search function and did you find nothing?
        Another good eatery not from you is Aux Fins Gourmets. Traditional food.
        Dans Les Landes, in the 5th, near the Paris Mosque and the astounding Arène de Lutèce, has great food and is a fun place for large parties.
        Often Chez l'Ami Jean, which is a heavy favoite here, proposes special dégusation menu for groups of 6 or more. Parisjo and I just had that, although we were not 6. The meal was absolutely orgasmic. But be prepared for tight space and an enthusiastic chef who likes to clap hands and yell. Food? I can't even describe it. Traditional with the chef's own modern take.
        When you want to eat well and there are 6 of you, it is best to reserve early, wherever you decide to go.

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          ChefJune RE: Parigi Oct 11, 2011 10:07 AM

          Somehow I don't think OP is talking about 6 persons, but the 6th Arrondissement.

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            andee RE: ChefJune Oct 11, 2011 10:26 AM

            Yes I did mean the 6th arrondissement,thanks for clarifying.

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