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24 hours in Paris for Rolling Stones Oct 19th

eggandchips | Aug 17, 201709:53 AM     3

Hi

I reckon it's my last chance to see The Stones so Im going on October 19th in the UArena.
I can only get away for an overnight so that leaves room for two nice lunches in Paris in the 24 hours I have.
I have options on two places to stay one in the 2e another in the 3e not too far from each other.
I would cancel either and book some place else for the right restaurant.
Here is my shortlist :

Saturne
Piroutte
Les Enfants Rouge
Pierre Sang
Clown Bar
David Toutain
Frenchie (I know its a cliche, any recent feedback?)

Any of the above you love/hate?
If you were in Paris for 24 hours where would your must not miss lunch spot be?

Interested in any opinions.
Thanks so much.

Niall

Frenchie
Restaurant David Toutain
Le Clown Bar
Pierre Sang in Oberkampf
Saturne
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